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Wild Things – 1/4 Zip Power Stretch Pullover

Made from Power Stretch┬« by Polartec┬« which features 87% recycled fiber content, for those of you into thst sort of thing, Wild Thing’s 1/4 Zip Pullover incorporates four-way stretch and flatlocked seams to reduce chafing.

The 1/4 center front zipper is great for ventilation and has a fleece zipper guard. There’s also a left chest pocket with coil zipper along with thumb loops and a dropped tail to keep your lower back covered when you stretch.


7 Responses to “Wild Things – 1/4 Zip Power Stretch Pullover”

  1. Alex says:

    189$? Is it a joke??

    • SSD says:

      It’s made in America. Apparently, you haven’t been paying attention for the past eight years.

    • Whiskey Bravo says:

      If you can’t comprehend how and why a quality piece such as this can cost that much then you are probably not the intended consumer to begin with.

  2. Ex Coelis says:

    No Alex, this is absolutely no ‘joke’. As our SSD mod cogently stated – it’s made in the United States of America(and as such, will probably last it’s owner a lifetime – think ‘investment’ not ‘purchase’). Alex – have you compared or priced-out any similar garments from Beyond Clothing? Rest assured, any of WT’s offerings are not only fairly priced, they also have one of THE best warranty programs – if not THE best – on the planet(Beyond Clothing, please take careful note). Unlike BC, I’ve NEVER had a single issue with any of WT’s garment zippers, seam-seals or any other issues to make mention of. As for Beyond Clothing – please, don’t get me started. All of the Beyond Clothing garments that I’ve purchased with an ADS Inc label have had their zippers fall apart, velcro wear out and trying to work out any international warranty claims/returns with BC clothing has been frustrating. While I love the cut(or ‘fit’) of Beyond Clothing goods, I’ve found that ALL of the Wild Things good I’ve purchased fits, works and is consistently ‘quality-made’. Bottom-line: I got exactly what I paid for and can definitively say, I’ve never had to bear the slightest consideration of making any warranty claims with any of Wild Things goods.

  3. Invictus says:

    If WT added a hood, that would be a direct competitor for the Patagonia R1 Hoody, in a much better colorway.

    • Matt says:

      Look up Arc’teryx’s Naga Hoody Gen 2. Similar cut, PowerStretch body and HardFace shoulders/arms. The scuba hood isn’t for everyone, but fits nicely under a helmet.