Hooded coziness never looked so sweet.
The Mountain Hardwear Women's Sevina Hooded Sweater is so adorably stylish, with its ample, extra-cozy hood and button placket, but it has serious performance capability, with its striped yummy fleece construction and flatlock chafe-less seams. Wear this sweet hoodie on the town, on trail, or to get cozy after a day on the hill.
- Rana Tweed Stripe polyester-wool fleece
- Semi-fitted shape
- Flatlock seams
- Full-coverage hood
- Neck placket with buttons
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- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
I own a few of these sweaters and I can't say enough about the quality and warmth. I have poor circulation and wearing this sweater has always provided me with more than enough warmth, almost to the point where I might be a little hot! If you live in the pacific northwest it is perfect for the damp, chilly weather. The wool is soft and quite comfortable. Great for travel and planes.
Thank you for making this wonderful product. Fit is true to size. I am 5'7" and about 145lbs and the medium fits fine.
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
- Fit: Runs small
This sweater is very form fitting. It is extra long in the back and looks great with jeans or leggings. Unfortunately, I am returning it because it is itchy. For the price, I expected the sweater to be flattering and comfortable to wear.
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
I had purchased the unhooded version of the sweater last year, and while it was plenty warm, the back was WAY too short - and I'm only 5'-1"! I found this sweater on sale and gave it a shot, as the back looked longer in photos. I'm so glad I did! All the warmth of the other sweater, but no drafts. Plus a giant hood that actually covers my admittedly large head. I also feel like this version is a little softer on the inside than the unhooded version, but some may still find it on the itchy side. I tend to have issues with the arms on Mountain Hardwear's shirts (climber's arms), but this actually has plenty of room for me, so I'm a happy camper.