Outdoor Research Soleil Pullover
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Free Shipping. Outdoor Research Men's Soleil Pullover FEATURES of the Outdoor Research Men's Soleil Pullover Quick Drying Wicking 1/4-Length Front Zipper Zippered Napoleon Pocket SPECIFICATIONS of the Outdoor Research Men's Soleil Pullover Weight: 9.5 oz / 269 g Trim Fit Center Back Length: 29 1/2in. / 74.9 cm 100% polyester fleece This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.
Super packable, lightweight, quick to dry and warm, Outdoor Research's Soleil Pullover is a versatile, technical, yet casually styled piece. A perfect insulating layer under a shell, the Soleil Pullover is also ideal for down-time at the crag, or chill-laxing in the yurt at the end of the first leg of a multi-day ski tour.
- Mountain Gear
Fleece has always offered and incredible warmth-to-weight ratio, and Outdoor Research does not disappoint with the Soleil Pullover. Made out of 100% polyester fleece, this pullover is a perfect companion for everything from a multi-day ski tour to an afternoon stroll through the neighborhood. The trim fit makes it easy to layer underneath a shell and the 1/4 length front zipper provides quick and easy on-and-off. PRODUCT FEATURES: Quick Drying and Wicking 1/4 Length Front Zipper Zippered Napoleon Pocket Fabric: 100% Polyester Fleece Weight: 9.5 oz (269 g) Center Back Length: 29 1/2" (74.9 cm) Trim Fit
- Appalachian Outdoors
CLOSEOUTS . Outdoor Researchand#39;s Soleil pullover is the quick-drying, supersoft layer you want to wear under a shell. Casually styled with a chest pocket, itand#39;s also ideal for down time at camp. Available Colors: HOPS. Sizes: 2XS, XS, S, M, L, XL, 2XL.
- Sierra Trading Post
Outdoor Research's Soleil Pullover is super packable, lightweight, quick to dry and warm. The streamlined Soleil Fleece collection is comprised of versatile, technical but casually styled jackets, hoodies and pullovers. It's the perfect insulating layer under a shell. I can also be ideal for down-time at the crag, or relaxing in the yurt at the end of the first leg of a multi-day ski tour.