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From spring skin tracks to post-work trail runs in autumn foliage, the lightweight, highly breathable Stoic Men's Microlith Softshell Pullover likes to get after it when there's a nip in the air. Stoic's fully welded, dynamic Microlith softshell fends off nature's cold and wet side without restricting movement, and the lightweight construction won't weigh you down or hold you back. Replacing the need for a temperature-regulating midlayer or a just-in-case shell, the extremely breathable Stoic Microlith Pullover wants to take over as your favorite shoulder-season softshell.

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5 5

This is a fantastic soft-shell pullover.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: Runs small

I get compliments whenever I wear it. It is stretchy, but durable and the more I wash it - the better it gets. I do a "nikwax" treatment every once in a while for water repellence, but this is a great garment. Wahoo! Runs, just a little small, but not much. I'm a L/XL and got the XL. Glad I did - the L would have been too tight in the shoulders and chest.

3 5

Gift

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
  • Fit: Runs large

Too large for me, so ended up giving it as a gift. The friend likes it and wears it most of the time in his office job. The material pills though, but this doesn't seem to bother him.

4 5

Perfect Shell for Cold Days - Not Rain

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

This pullover is the Bomb!! When I fist got it I thought wow really thin. After a short ride in the morning fog I fell in love. It is an athletic cut (I am 6'2 260 yes big guy) the XXL fits perfect. Not tight like you need to lose weight but not loose where it flaps all over the place. 30 to 60 degrees is where this jacket is perfect. The high collar is so nice when fighting off the wind. The inside is soft and does a great job at whisking away moisture. I sweat a lot when I am active and this does the job. As for water "Rain" not a great idea it would become a little heavy and uncomfortable because of its fit. The outside is durable (many branches and bushes have tried to come through) no rips or tears. I wish I could say it can hold up in a shower but it cant, period. Anything more then a light drizzle and you will need a shell, was a bummer but oh well. Coming from a sailing I understand "water will find a way in". Use this jacket for Hikes and Mtn bike rides and it does the job.

5 5

Freakin' awesome pullover

Okay, so I have this and the similar BC Windshirt they made a few years back and I LOVE these things. Why BC keeps discontinuing this stuff is beyond me. I like them for winter workouts and summer on the boat on cold mornings. I'm about 175, 5'11" and the largo is bueno.

Freakin' awesome pullover
2 5

Weird Sizing

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

So I read all the reviews, and chose this because im tall and lanky (6'4" 175 lbs). I ordered a large. A little tight, probably need an XL. The fit is actually really nice, but aside from only being a half-zip, it is waaay too short in the front. I just got it in the mail and tried it on - it doesnt even cover the front pockets on my jeans! And whats worse, it doesnt get any longer until you order XXL...which would be way too baggy.

Major bummer. The color and fit is really sweet, and its actually long enough in the rear, but it "rises" around the front of your waist...like they cut it high on purpose. So close, but so far away...the quest for the perfect soft-shell continues.

2 5

Doesn't last

Got this jacket in the fall, wore it mostly as a casual piece. Never any high exertion. Now just a few months in it is piling pretty bad under the arms and all over the inside. It's amazing how quickly something like this can make a favorite into something you never wear anymore. I love the versatility and it looks great at first. I told a lot of people about it. Now I hope they didn't get one and blame me for the durability.

Doesn't last
5 5

GREAT SNUG FITTING JACKET

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

GREAT JACKET, ARMS A LITTLE LONG FOR LARGE FOR 5 11 165LB ME BUT THEY ARE TIGHT FITTING ARMS SO WORKS REALLY WELL (LIKE TO MOVE MY HANDS INSIDE THEM WHILE JOGGING IF I DON'T HAVE GLOVES). MEDIUM WAS TOO TIGHT IN BODY; HEAVIER THAN LIGHTWEIGHT FOR WARMTH BUT THICK IN TERMS OF WIND SHIELD BENEFITS; OVERALL FANTASTIC JACKET

4 5

A must have in the line up

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This jacket features a very breathable fabric. It has a thin liner of wool on the inside that takes the chill off real nice. Another nice feature is the chest pocket has a cut out so the head phones can go on the inside. The cuffs are tapered and kept the frigged night air at bay.

Me wearing the Large

Me wearing the Large

6' 170 for reference. And I barely work out.

Large Versus Medium

Large Versus Medium

I went with the large. The torso on the medium was a bit too tight, hard to wear anything under it. Arm length is nearly the same. Large is a little taller. I'm 6 feet 170, broader shoulders and longer arms.

5 5

Stretchy and athletic

This is one of my favorite pieces of outerwear for spring and fall. It's just enough to fight the chill in the morning or evening and it's easy to carry when I don't need it. A short shower will bead off it and it blocks the wind admirably. I am 6'3" 170 and I love the trim fit of the medium. The arms are long enough and it's just close fitting enough to not get in the way. Get it. You won't regret it.

5 5

Stretchy and athletic

This is one of my favorite pieces of outerwear for spring and fall. It's just enough to fight the chill in the morning or evening and it's easy to carry when I don't need it. A short shower will bead off it and it blocks the wind admirably. I am 6'3" 170 and I love the trim fit of the medium. The arms are long enough and it's just close fitting enough to not get in the way. Get it. You won't regret it.

4 5

Just right

Nice stretchy material that moves when I need to move, mat he'd with a nice fit. A little too lightweight for what I was expecting, but a good product nonetheless.

5 5

Awesome!

Fits like a glove. I wear a medium, I ordered a medium, and I am satisfied.

5 5

Love it

Amazing protection against the wind. Light enough for spring workouts. Athletic cut.

5 5

very nice

just got one of these the other day and so far I like it it fits well Im 6'1 200 and the large is a good fit. The extra length on the sleeves is not an issue either. from some other reviews I thought there would be a lot of material but hardly noticeable. I would say that this is athletic fit so that you can get it under a shell if need be but there is plenty room for a tshirt under it. If you want anything bigger than a T under it then size up.

5 5

Nearly unbeatable

This coat is fantastic for mild weather conditions. As a professional athlete I find it a perfect solution for outdoor training when the weather is just a bit too cool for a t-shirt. Its a real nice fit, not too baggy which is great for jogging, biking etc. Surly one of my favorite Stoic pullovers.

Unanswered Question

Is the sizing on this the same as the BC...

Is the sizing on this the same as the BC Rime Pullover?

5 5

Great mid layer

This is a great layer for 60 degree days. Surprisingly warm for how thin and light it is. The material is also a bit stretchy which make it very comfortable. I am 5'10", 155lbs, and the large fits great. I do have longer than average arms... A medium might be good for someone with shorter arms.

4 5

Not as good as the BC Rime but is still good

I own the Backcountry.com Rime Pullover and love it! I use it when camping and canyoneering. It is getting a little worn out so I got the Microlith Pullover hoping it was the same thing. It is very similar but is missing the soft layer of Micro fleece on the inside. It's still a great jacket but I really like Micro Fleece in the Rime and many color options the Rime had to offer. The Microlith also has a bungee system around the waist which I don't think is necessary (I never use them on any jacket).

Responded on

How does this compare with the Arcteryx Accellero? It sounds like it might be a similar weight etc.

Responded on

Check out the Stoic Monolith. It has the fleece lining you're looking for.