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Saucony Transition Sportop II Pullover - Long Sleeve (For Women)
Closeouts. Keep your routine in full stride during the transitional months in Saucony's Transition Sportop II pullover. This top offers the extra coverage of moisture-controlling diamond mesh, and a convenient back pocket holds small media devices or essentials.
Reviewed by Rebecca from Dallas on Thursday, July 25, 2013I wanted something that was light to wear in the summer to keep me shaded from the sun. This fit the bill perfectly.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by SD in FL from central Florida on Tuesday, November 13, 2012I got this for a light layer for seasonal transition runs. It's nice and bright (pink), kind of obnoxious but I like it. Nice small zipper pocket for a key, which I also like. I thought it would breathe a little better than it did on the one run I've used it for so far, but I also think it was warmer out than I thought, and I probably didn't need the layer at all. Would work great with or without something underneath. The small is plenty roomy to layer - if you like these tight, size down.
- Best Uses: Layering, Running
- Pros: Breathes, Bright, Comfortable, Zipper pocket
Verified Buyer Reviewed by joanlonga from Bartlesvile, OK on Saturday, November 3, 2012I purchased the white and it was way too shear for me to be worn alone. Maybe the other colors are OK, but be prepared for skin and all to show through on the white.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Catwoman from Spokane, WA on Saturday, November 3, 2012This a great shirt. The cut is very flattering. Item is very well made. Note that the fabric is a tad revealing: not that it is sheer, but it sort of clings a bit. I have worn this while running in 40 degree weather, and it's warm enough on its own (once you start moving). The side panel are mesh (and a small strip on top of the shoulder) so it breathes really well. The seams are well made so chaffing would not be an issue. A must have for colder days
- Best Uses: Around town, Cycling, Running
- Cons: No Pocket
- Pros: Mesh Side Panel, Warm, Wick
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Running Woman from New Hampshire on Thursday, October 18, 2012Returned it. Fabric felt cheap, the seams laid funny, it was oddly large in some places, & just felt uncomfortable overall.
- Cons: Fabric Felt Cheap, Poor Fit, Seams Lay Oddly
Verified Buyer Reviewed by CarlyF from Philadelphia, PA on Friday, October 5, 2012This is a very lightweight pullover, perfect for transitional weather. I do not think it would offer much warmth in colder weather, but for spring or fall it is perfect. I ordered a large so that I would have room to layer underneath, but I probably would have been okay with a medium, it seems to run pretty large. I am still very happy with it. It's easy to pull off over your over head if you get too warm, and is lightweight enough that I didn't even notice it was there when I tied around it my waist to continue my run. Over all, I am very happy with this product. I only deducted one star for fit.
- Best Uses: Jogging, Running, Walking
- Cons: Runs large
- Pros: Colorful, Comfortable, Good for layering, Lightweight, Moves Freely
Verified Buyer Reviewed by runner gal from Wallingford, PA on Thursday, September 27, 2012I've used this jersey for runs in mornings 45-65 degrees and find it perfect. I don't have to take it off once I get warmed up because it breathes well. The jersey dries quickly and does not retain odor from exercise, like some synthetic fabrics.
- Best Uses: Running cool weather
- Pros: breathable, Lightweight, Warm but not hot