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Details

  • Merino wool naturally regulates temperature and resists odors
  • Front zip handwarmer pockets, back zip pocket and right sleeve zip pocket with key clip hold all the essentials
  • Thumbholes and extra-long sleeves and torso offer comfort and coverage when riding
  • High-neck collar with 3-panel hood adds comfort

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Specs

Best Use Urban Cycling
Shirt Style Zip-front
Fabric Merino wool
Moisture Wicking Yes
Sleeve Length Long Sleeve
Hood Yes
Thumbholes Yes
Back Length Hip-length
Gender Men's

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Rated 2 out of 5 by from Very Thin I bought this wool sweater expecting that there would be some durability and thickness to it. When I hold it up to the light, I can actually see through it. That is how thin it is. The pockets are mesh so if you put keys, etc in there it will snag. Very cheaply made. For the price I really expected more. I would give 1 star but the back pocket idea was cool. The fit is pretty good, but unless you are just wearing it to "look cool" without functionality than it doesn't really matter. I will be returning sadly and go back to searching for a good hoodie.
Date published: 2017-03-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well made and very functional for adventure riding Fit is close in and looks great. Good materials. Love the thumb holes on the sleeves for when I want to keep things tight and close in - especially early on chilly mornings. Layers great over a base layer and thermal jersey to keep comfortable down to around 40 F. I also use this as an under-layer with a breaker set over top for down to "16 feels like 9". Lighten up on the layers and this piece is valuable to me up to about 65, maybe 70 F. Quite flexible in my opinion. I don't use the tiny zipper key pocket on the right sleeve much, but I probably should. It has a little elastic loop to secure a key and tucks it out of the way - but allows you to pull it out quickly without it ever leaving the elastic loop. Enough play in the elastic to get the key in your hand and into a door. If I could just get myself to make a smaller set fo keys for riding, I would use it. The front hand pockets are good, and are backed by a very smooth mesh so that if you leave them open they vent to the interior. Nice for a small overheat. The back pocket is HUGE and also backed by the same smooth mesh. Access to the back pocket is via two long zippers, one on each side - right and left. Leave these open for a huge vent for large overheats or just a nice breeze. Or pack away a buff, hat, gloves, snacks, or even another light base layer or jersey. Regarding durability - I have seen no fade whatsoever, and have had no trouble with zippers etc. I have been wearing it a lot for about 6 months from late summer to early spring. Went down like a bag of hammers recently on nice wet pave and slid for about 12 feet directly on the left arm of this piece of clothing. To my surprise I could not locate any noticeable damage to the fabric. I'm not sure how that's possible, so maybe I didn't slide for a far as it felt like at the time but I definitely went down and slid on asphalt with no visible damage.
Date published: 2017-04-09
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