The classic R1® Pullover - minimalist design for maximum versatility - is the ideal midlayer for the full spectrum of mountain endeavors. Made with Regulator® grid fleece for outstanding stretch, breathability, compressibility and durability.
versatile R1® Pullover stretches, breathes, moves moisture and insulates. The finely tuned high/low interior grid polyester fabric (Polartec® Power Dry®) squashes down to practically nothing, has a terrific feel and remains durable and warm. The improved, technical fit accommodates light underlayers or works as a stand-alone top. Our new Variable Conditions Cuffs have discreet on-seam thumb loops and a spiral stitch construction that lets you push up the sleeves without constricting your forearms. New minimalist zippers reduce bulk, while lightweight micro-grid stretch polyester at the cuffs and armpits enhance breathability and dry times. A soft, kissing-welt zipper garage at the chin gives next-to-skin comfort. With a smooth, microfiber face for easy layering, offset shoulder seams for pack-wearing comfort and a zippered chest pocket.
- Our classic R1® fleece - with it’s high/low grid pattern for enhanced wicking, airflow and fast dry times - provides excellent stretch, warmth, and durability in a variety of temperatures
- A lighter weight, micro-grid fabric on inner collar, underarm gusset, and Variable Conditions Cuff, improves breathability and dry times where you need it most
- A re-engineered pattern offers a refined technical fit; offset seams provide comfort under outerwear and packs
- Center-front Slim-Zip with soft, kissing-welt zipper garage and chin flap for next-to-skin comfort
- Variable Conditions Cuff has discreet, on-seam thumb loops for added coverage, and a spiral stitch construction allows sleeves to push up easily without constricting forearms
- One left chest pocket has Slim Zip install and clean finished zipper garage
- 6.8-oz Polartec® Power Dry® 93% polyester (41% recycled)/7% spandex
- 333 g (11.75 oz)
- Made in Colombia.
We recycle used soda bottles, unusable second quality fabrics and worn out garments into polyester fibers to produce many of our clothes.