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Arc'teryx Covert Zip Neck Pullover - Women's - 2008 BCS
You\222d like a clean, trim look in your pullover. A layer that feels soft, breathes, dries quickly, and has a distinctly wooly-looking face without actually being wool. Wow\227welcome to the Arc\222teryx Women\222s Covert Zip Neck Pullover. The Polartec Thermal Pro fabric uses a sweater knit for smooth style. Sleek design lines and a women\222s-specific fit cater to those who don\222t appreciate the boxy look. Gussets at the underarms are an added bonus\227no more hem-lifting and mid-section exposure when you raise your arms.
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July 9, 2012
Just got it and I must say even though it is not as thick as I would like, it def keeps you warm on a rainy Denver day with a long sleeved tee underneath. I usually wear a L in Arc gear, but ordered an XL for a more relaxed fit. The material is so soft and I love the colour (I ordered Twilight). This is def my new 'go to' piece for all round wear and I can't wait to take it skiing this winter!
December 24, 2009
Usually I'm a huge Arc'Teryx fan. However, this sweater did not do it for me...and here's why:
Too tight/short for starters. I'm 5'6 125 and usually a med fits fine. This made me feel wrapped like a mummy (with a tight base-layer on), especially along the back/shoulders area. It's short in the arms, and the torso is also a bit short, causing you to constantly pull the sweater down to meet the top of your jeans/pants. Another ding: it looks like wool, but it certainly doesn't insulate like it! If you are inside, this sweater is great, but the second you step outside, the wind cuts thru it and leaves you wondering what you paid all of that money for. I kept the sweater b/c it looks sharp, and is great for indoors...but I won't be packing it with me when I'm outside, even to a bonfire.