Lole Stray Sweater
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- A winter-ready sweater that's also wicked cute.
- Pullover sweater is knit from a blend of merino wool and Coolmax® polyester.
- Merino wool absorbs body moisture to retain warmth and regulate body temperature.
- Coolmax polyester dries quickly for sustained comfort.
- Tall stand collar.
- Half-zip placket.
- Logo zipper pull.
- Curved seaming on front.
- Ribbed edges.
- Yellow logo tag at right hem.
- UPF 50+.
- 50% merino wool, 50% Coolmax polyester.
- Machine wash cold, dry flat.
- Length: 26 in
- Product measurements were taken using size SM. Please note that measurements may vary by size.
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Lole Stray Sweater
I just got the last size small and I love it! It fits great and the color is fantastic. I don't agree with the other review - it isn't too large and it's very well made. Also love that you can zip it up all the way and fold the collar over like a turtleneck. Don't even think of removing the zipper pull - it's cute!
- Anonymous - customer
- from Dallas
- March 2, 2013
I love the Lole brand and snapped this up when it went on sale because I love merino wool. This item runs large. The medium is a bit big on me, but not too big to bother returning; if you're between sizes, go down. The sleeves are quite long, as the photo indicates. The Lole "L" is evident as a minimalistic pattern on the front. The signature yellow Lole tabs are on the zipper pull and on the right hip; the latter can be snipped off, but the zipper pull yellow is made of a sewn-down chain of thread, so to remove it, you'll have to cut off the ribbon pull. The knit is fairly lightweight. I wear a base layer underneath for warmth. I'm downgrading my ranking by a star because the underarm seams are quite loose, so it appears not well made.
I'd also recommend: Mountain Hardwear, Kuhl
- Karen - customer
- from Maine
- February 24, 2013