Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Marmot Polartec Power Stretch Pullover - Zip Neck - Preview

Today we are previewing the much requested Marmot Polartec Power Stretch Pullover - Zip Neck.

These run about $110 but I picked mine up for $30 on Sierra Trading Post.  Sadly they have sold out so you may want to keep an eye on it and they could get more in.

I believe that this sweater has been discounted but you can still find it on sites like amazon.

Highly breathable Polartec® Power Stretch® is wind and abrasion resistant
Four-way stretch for comfort, mobility and shape retention
Flatlock seams reduce chafing and provide a low-profile fit
Stand-up collar for added coverage
Welded zip neck with interior wind flap
Offset side seams for comfort
Bonded zip sleeve pocket
Length: 29" (based on size large)
Made in El Salvador
Zip neck: 9"
Closure: YKK®,Zip neck
Length: 29" (based on size large)
Fabric: 9% elastane, 91% polyester

Excellent product. Fits true to size and isn't super tight like many power stretch pullovers. These are my favorite winter pullovers by far.

Ski, trail run, or take a hike while wearing the versatile Marmot Men's Power Stretch 1/2-Zip Fleece Top. Stretch fabric moves with you while you travel on the trail or the mountain, and the 1/2-zip front quickly dumps heat. Wear this top as a midlayer during the deep of winter, and wear it alone during the milder months.

Polartec Power Stretch fabric provides plenty of warmth in cold weather and helps to move chilling moisture away from the surface of your skin when you heat up
Elastane fibers allow the Power Stretch fabric to stretch and flex as you do so you maintain full range of motion
Athletic fit keeps this top close to your body for warmth but still allows for light layering underneath if needed
Flatlock construction eliminates hot spots at seams
Elastic drawcord hem lets you cinch the hem of this top so you can keep the cold out

I’ve been wearing this pullover for a few months now and I really like it.   It looks great, fits great, performs very well.  With just a shirt and this pullover I’m comfortable down to about 40 degrees F.  When it’s colder than that I will add another sweater and that will keep me warm down to 20F.

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