The Channel Island Pullover is a midweight layering piece that’s perfect when your adventure gets a bit chilly. The ultra-soft fabric is made from eco-conscious Tencel® fibers and features wrinkle resistance, stretch, and a quick dry, making it the perfect piece to keep on top of your carry-on. Side entry pockets keep your hands cozy. Designed to be an easy layer to throw on in any on-the-go situation.
- Standard Fit
- Midweight layer with sumptuous softness falls just below the hips for increased coverage
- Featuring eco-conscious Tencel fibers sourced from sustainably-managed wood cellulose
- Cowl neck for increased coverage
- Side entry pockets to keep your hands cozy
- Wide-rib cuffs to keep your sleeves in place
- Princess seams for improved shaping
FABRIC: This midweight terry blend’s eco-conscious Tencel® for a superior soft hand, with polyester for moisture-wicking performance and spandex for stretch and mobility.
- Tencel® French Terry
- 6.4 oz. 66% Polyester, 32% Tencel® Lyocell, 2% Spandex
- Eco-Conscious Fabric: Organic and/or sustainable materials are included in this type of fabric.
- UPF Protection: Sun protection. Reduces your skin’s UV radiation exposure significantly.
- Quick Dry: Wicks moisture and dries quickly; ideal for travel and outdoor activities.
- Wrinkle Resistant: Resists wrinkling, making it ideal for travel.
- Stretch for Range of Motion: Two-way and four-way stretch fabrics add range of motion and flexibility.
Get what you really wanted, and be outfitted for your next adventure. Travel-friendly styles for warm and cool weather climates.
Royal Robbins and his wife Liz were iconic Sierra Nevada rock climbers during the 1960s. They belonged to a progressive band of climber/philosophers who pioneered the term “clean climbing”: a set of practices and techniques that enabled them to climb big walls with little or no damage to the rock, a literal representation of their lived ethos of deep respect for the natural world. With that foundation of conservation and their successful business comes the responsibility to contribute positively to society on a global scale as well as in our backyards.