Absolutely my favorite sweatshirt. Perfect combo of warm and thin. Really enjoy the weight of it, not too heavy and thick but not light either. Please please make it it more colors. I will buy them!! :)
Had to get both colors because I wore my first one so much. Warm, comfy, and looks nice even when not lounging
Super comfortable and light feeling. The wool seems to make it work from pretty cool to slightly warm. Looks good on.
I needed a thinner yet warm hoodie that would hold up enough to a month of travel, daily wear, and probably no washing. This is perfect! Someone spilled mead on my first day wearing it and you can’t tell! I ordered a size down from what I’d usually wear for women’s sizes and it’s roomy enough like a hoodie should be. This hoodie is super comfy and warm without the bulk.
This is a review of the size small in the charcoal color. Based on other reviews, I ordered one size down from my usual and am glad I did. I'm 5'5", narrow-shouldered but pretty busty (34D), so worried that the hoodie might be tight across the chest. It is not. In fact, the size small is so roomy that I could probably have two shirts underneath. Perhaps even extra-small would have fit well. The sleeves are quite long (more than covering my hands), and the hood is unusually large (I can pull the top edge down below my nose). Wish the hood was cinchable. Also, the hood is lined (i.e. two layers of fabric); the body, sleeves, and pocket are each just one layer of fabric. What this means is that the hood is comfortable (not scratchy) and warm, but all of its extra fabric is adding a lot of additional weight to the garment. As for overall length, the bottom hem comes halfway down my butt, which is what I want. I like the way this hoodie looks and fits. It seems well made. I'll probably use it for travel and home wear, however, as it's too heavy for the long-distance backpacking I do. The size small weighs 13.5 ounces. (Garment weight info should be provided on the Point6 website. I weighed my hoodie on a digital scale as soon as I received it, as I consider the weight of everything worn and packed for my hikes.) I also wonder how sun-protective the fabric is (does it have a UPF rating?), in comparison with other hiking and backpacking baselayers. Perhaps this info can be provided at some point, if it is known.