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For smooth-as-butter comfort, rely on the Mountain Hardwear Women's Butter Zippity Top on those cold ski days or cool evenings at camp. This top's plush suede-like texture and flatlock seams ensure a smooth, comfy feel without chafing. Thumb loops keep sleeves in place when you're layering, and they block the chill when you're wearing this top solo. The Butter jersey wicks away moisture, dries quickly, and stretches for all-day, active comfort. The quarter zip neck lets you cool down or cover up. 

  • P. Butter stretch jersey
  • Regular fit with zip neck
  • Antimicrobial finish
  • UPF 50
  • Thumb loops
  • Chin guard
  • Zippered secure pocket at side panel
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Cute and functional

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

Bought this in the bright salmon color and love it. Works great as a base layer but also very comfortable as an everyday top on winter weekends when you're just hanging out or running errands. I am 5'7" 145# and bought a large because I wanted it to be a little more roomy. A medium would have been fine if I wanted it to be more fitted. You won't be disappointed with this top.

I wanted to love this, but ...

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: Runs small

This one seems thinner than the previous years, which is good and bad. The pocket has been moved to a better spot so it doesn't bag funny in the front. I just can't get over the sizing difference between medium and large sometimes with mountain hardwear. Sometimes it's right on, but other times, no way. I usually hover between a medium and a large because I have long arms and wider shoulders. The medium is basically skin tight for me, but if you go to the large like I did last year, it's baggy and oversized. I kept the medium and decided to use it for a running top or a spring ski touring base layer, but it's not the warm base layer I wanted for alpine skiing. One nice thing is that it is long enough in the arms and the torso.

So, Update: I used this for a season and fell in love with it. I want another one now. It wasn't what I expected but it turned out to be great for a touring base layer while you are going up, a cold mountain biking layer, and a nice running top for cold days. Plus, it's good under a fleece and a puffy on powder days. Nice to see mountain hardwear didn't disappoint, even if it wasn't what I thought when I ordered it.