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I got this for my dad for Christmas this year and he has been very happy with it. He wears it skiing pretty much every time he goes. It is nice and light weight so it doesn't feel bulky but is really warm
Mountain hardware Zip T-Shirt
Bought it for use as a mid-layer and it works nicely. Size is true to form, gives extra warmth on cold days.
M.H. Micro Grid Pullover
Pretty much gotta have a fleece layer. Should it be $80 retail price? Not sure. With that, I am impressed with the Micro Grid pullover. I feel as though the grid construction gives the fleece more durability than standard 100 weight (which it compares to in thickness). I have not experienced any pilling or wear, and I have brought this piece on many trips. Under a shell, it does it's job as a fleece. Alone, it breathes well and stays close to the body. The fit is a bit tricky. I'm 5'10'' 190 and the large fits me very trim, with room for a light base. It's not too small, I just think the overall cut of the piece is trim, which was exactly what I was looking for, as I dont like to have too much material bunching under pack/harness. If you need room for more layers under, you may want to size up. Or if you are normally a med. in MH and want a more casual fit, size up. Great layering piece to complement a base and shell. The neck zip is deep and works effectively to release some heat, however it is a bit tight when fully zipped up. If you are looking for a technically designed fleece to fit well, last long, and work well with layers, go with this one. Great piece