Closeouts. Mountain Hardwear's Transition zip neck pullover offers a combination of Windstopper® soft shell technology featuring lightweight breathability to see you through all your outdoor adventures.
Reviewed by Mountain Momma from Portland ME on Monday, December 31, 2012
I purchase many things from STP and rarely send anything back. This Mountain Hardware pullover was disgusting in color, a sickly greenish yellow, and fit like a child's piece of clothing. I own several Mountain Hardware items and this was obviously a mistake in all ways. Could not get rid of it fast enough, very disappointed and it was not at all as pictured on the website.
Reviewed by Salish Sea Explorer from Seattle on Friday, June 17, 2011
Medium size online was listed as 6/8. Normally I wear a medium 10 so I ordered the large. It was way too big. The feel of the fabric is great. I will probably use it more as a shirt under a jacket than a jacket itself
Best Uses: Boating sailing, Hiking and Camping, Skiing/Snowboarding, Wet Weather
Reviewed by Mad Mel from Whiteriver, AZ on Sunday, March 06, 2011
I was looking for a lightweight windbreaker, ordered 3 or 4 including this one and ended up keeping the Mountain Hardwear Ghost Anorak Pullover instead. This one was ok but the orange color was kind of weird and it was heavier than what I was looking for - definitely more of a soft shell than a windbreaker. OK if that is what you are looking for and you like the creamsicle color.
Reviewed by CaraW from FL panhandle on Monday, January 03, 2011
I have the heavier Mtn Hardwear Windstopper, which is too hot for anything above 30* F. Since we moved south, I have been wanting this jacket as my substitute, and it's perfect for anything above 30* that you need warmth for. Anything much above 60*(non-sunny) and it will be too hot. Breathable and windproof.... perfect. The only downside is it does indeed snag very easily, so not good for hiking or biking where there are thorns or branches. But that's just cosmetic. Mtn Hardwear is excellent for outdoor activities!! Oh yes, the medium is a true medium..... and NO GIVE. I am 5'3" and 120, very athletic, and I would NOT want a small, it would be too restrictive for running.
Reviewed by beardiegirl from woodland park, CO on Sunday, November 28, 2010
A friend of mine has had one of these for years and kept recommending that I purchase one. I hike several times a week, backpack a few times a year, and snowshoe during the winter. I have used this during three really windy and cold (almost 20 degrees Fahrenheit) days. It kept the wind out and kept me warm. It feels a little big and I don't know if it is supposed to be. I bought a medium and I feel like I can put a thin fleece under it if I need to. Maybe I'll buy a small, too, and have one that is a little more fitted.
Best Uses: Cold Weather, Extreme Conditions, Hiking and Camping