9. D.S. Dundee Kilmartin Cardigan

We don't know if this is simple coincidence or something deeper, but history informs us that two of the 20th-century's iconic cardigan-wearers, Fred “Mister” Rogers and Arnold “The King” Palmer, were neighbors and high school classmates in Latrobe, Pa. The cardigan, unlike the much-maligned sweater vest, is never really in or out of style, it simply is—which is a basic dad-virtue if ever there was one. London-based D.S. Dundee produces its knitwear, including the classic Kilmartin sweater, in Scotland. This cardigan is made from 100% pima cotton, so it's easy to care for and offers warmth and comfort both on the course and off. ($202,

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