Closeouts. Ready to settle down and be a permanent go-to layer in your chilly weather wardrobe, Ibex's Nomad half-snap pullover gives you the warming power of fleece with temperature- and moisture-regulating merino wool.
Reviewed by rwhood from NY, upstate on Friday, March 21, 2014
Whenever I get a email notice of a good sale there are a few brands I check, Ibex is one of them. Have 7 of their products and happy with every one, but these Nomad shirts are a favorite (have a couple). The first time you put it on it might seem a little snug but after a few washings they fit like suppose to. Best recommendation I can give: already have a couple but will buy more.
Reviewed by PDub from Seattle on Tuesday, November 6, 2012
I am a big fan of the US made Ibex products. I ordered this in a large to be a bit looser fit and it is perfect. I usually get a medium to fit "athletically" and a large for relaxin' or to fit more underneath. Sizing is right on. Can't say enough about the products. I have 10 year old well-worn sweaters that still look new. This feels very much like a polyester sweatshirt type fleece, but it's wool and so much better functioning.
Reviewed by WilliamInNashville from Nashville, TN on Tuesday, October 23, 2012
I'm a little partial to Ibex gear. Most of their stuff is made in the USA (most)... And for the most part (especially these heavier weight garments) are excellent hard wear products; suitable for skiing, running, etc., and the subsequent repeated washings. Their lighter weight stuff...don't expect it to last more than a year. This is my second Nomad Half Snap. I bought another one, secondary to a great price at STP...not 'cause the other one wore out. The Medium will fit up to 6' 175lbs.; the Large, to 6'3 200lbs. Get one; you can't go wrong.
Best Uses: Casual Wear, Outdoor Activities, Travel, Work
Reviewed by logic from Laurel Highlands, PA on Saturday, August 18, 2012
I love Ibex wool! I've come to find that Ibex clothes are more of a slim fitting item - which makes them good for layering. I bought an Ibex zippered, boiled wool jacket a few years ago and the same is true. Keep this in mind. Their items remind me of Patagonia in that respect.