Closeouts. Ortovox's Andermatt vest features natural merino wool fibers woven into Schoeller® soft shell material. It offers extremely breathable, wind-resistant core protection for mountain adventures in cool temperatures.
Reviewed by Ephblum from Amherst, NY on Tuesday, December 10, 2013
The color shown is accurate, which is not exactly what I would prefer but works fine in terms of wearing for high activity. The vest was warmer than I thought it would be wearing over a CW-X insulater base long sleeve. Being mostly wool it should also avoid some of the smell that can start to creep in with poly fleece. I have no problems with the tight fit which I prefer for jogging, etc. (got L @6'2" 180 lbs normally 56L euro suit jacket), but it is slim and if you are not looking for a tight, spandex-type fit, I would steer clear of this vest or size up accordingly. It is very stretchy, and is meant to be snug.
Reviewed by misbe from Baltimore on Friday, November 22, 2013
The Andermatt is a beautifully constructed garment. It is also basic, having one outer pocket (plus one inner) and a very thin wool inner lining. The exterior is also thinner, much softer and more flexible than most soft shell tops. It is meant to block the wind and give a bit of moisture protection but is not overly warm. View the sizing chart to find your fit and don't rely on "small", "medium", etc., which describes the product for the UK market.
Reviewed by Scott from New York on Monday, November 4, 2013
Really liked the quality of materials and workmanship, but the small for me (5'9" 140#) was too tight below the arm holes, and very loose in the neck (where i like them to be more close fitting). So, i returned mine.