Filson Bridgeport Sweater - Zip Neck (For Men)
About Filson Bridgeport Sweater - Zip Neck (For Men)
Closeouts. Crafted from a uniquely double-faced fabric, Filson's Bridgeport sweater sports a handsome, wooly rib-knit exterior and deliciously soft fleece interior that extends all the way up to the stand collar for cozy, next-to-skin comfort.
Specs about Filson Bridgeport Sweater - Zip Neck (For Men)
- Zip Neck
- Zip neck: 8-1/2"
- Closure: Zip neck,YKK®
- Length: 27" (based on size large)
- Fabric: 48% polyester, 38% wool, 14% nylon
- Care: Machine wash, dry flat
- Made in El Salvador
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by yum2 from Virginia on Thursday, February 6, 2014These sweaters with the soft fleece lining and the Filson quality construction are perfect for cold winter days under a coat or for cool evenings by them self
Reviewed by NordicNorm from California on Tuesday, October 29, 2013The quality was fine, a good casual/dressy mid layer for spring/fall, but not what I wanted. I expected something far more substantial, rugged/durable and a lot warmer for hard winter use from Filson. I returned both of the two I ordered.
Reviewed by Shopping Grandma from MN on Monday, October 28, 2013My husband has always worn Filson size Medium in every thing from shirts to jackets but had to return size M sweater and exchange for L. Very nice sweater just be aware of the trim fit.
Reviewed by junebug from Michigan on Tuesday, October 22, 2013This sweater is all its cracked up to be. Warm and comfortable.
Reviewed by old skool birds from Upstate NY on Thursday, October 3, 2013I have worn Filson products for years. I'm OK wth spending top dollar for high quality products and I have been pleased with the durability in the past. This sweater is not in the same league and am disappointed that Filson put their name on this garment.
It's not a bad sweater, it's much lighter than expected, runs a little small and will serve me pretty well...it's just not what iexpected from Filson.