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Fashion that performs.
- Recycled polyester wicks moisture to keep you comfortable and is easier on the environment
- DWR treatment sheds water so you stay dry during late-afternoon drizzles
- Seam-sealed construction won't let precipitation sneak in through the stitching
- Drawcord hem seals out the weather
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Light, stretchy, but could have issues
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
Bought these in XS - I'm 5'6, 110LB. Fit is right on. Like the classy color, and wanted to use it as a summer active vacation piece - mix of city travel and mostly mountain running. I ended up sending it back, and here is why. While super light which is great for travel and running, inner fabric could pose durability issues. It feels that it's a 2-layer fabric, not 2.5 layer like Gore PacLite. So the waterproof membrane could wear off easily. Also the nature of anorak makes it lightweight but could also be very hot. This pullover lacks venting which could be a real concern in hot and potentially humid European summer. Also the fabric is rather unknown so I don't know how breathable it is. The plus side is it fits extremely well, and I love the stretchy fabric. And the look of it makes it suitable for strolling in the city w/o looking like a mountain man/woman. It's seam taped, so should be fully waterproof, and I really like the zipper on the sleeve - I hate velcro (bulky and unwieldy) and elastic cuffs (stretches out easily).