Obermeyer Boulder Fleece Pullover - Women's

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A blast from the past with an improved 100% polyester fleece construction, the women's Obermeyer Boulder fleece offers a relaxed fit and hand pockets that make it both comfortable and functional.

  • Features

    • When the weather turns a bit chilly, the Boulder takes the nip out of the air with its fleece-lined collar, snap front placket and elastic binding at the hem and sleeve cuffs
    • Mock neck with partial snap-front placket
    • Tricot-lined hand pockets
    • Elastic bound cuffs and hem
    • Droptail hem
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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use


    Sweater Type



    Polyester fleece

    Sleeve Length

    Long Sleeve



    Back Length


    Back Length (in.)

    27 inches




    2 pounds

  • Size Chart

    Numerical Size246810121416182024-68-1012-1416-18
    Chest333435363738.540424446.548.53334 - 3536 - 3738 1/2 - 4042 - 44
    Sleeve Length28.52929.53030.53131.531.5323232.5
    Waist25.52728293031.533353739.541.525 1/227 - 2829 - 3031 1/2 - 3335 - 37
    Hip35.53738394041.543454749.551.535 1/237 - 3839 - 4041 1/2 - 4345 - 47

    Sizing Notes

    Measurements are stated in inches unless otherwise indicated.

    All dimensions refer to your body size, NOT the product's dimensions.

    CHEST: Measure at the widest dimension

    WAIST: Measure at the narrowest dimension

    HIP: Measure at the widest dimension

    SLEEVE: With arm slightly bent, measure from center back neck bone over shoulder to wrist bone

    INSEAM: Measure in a straight line from crotch to ankle bone

    Sizes in chart represent regular sizes.

    Short inseam lengths are generally 2 inches shorter than regular sizes. Long inseam lengths are generally 2-3 inches longer than regular sizes.

    For petite sizes, garment measurements of sleeve and center back are 1.5 inches shorter than on regular sizes.

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