The Dolomites Sweater Fleece Vest is the height of luxury in the Performance Sweater collection – the evolution of Sweaters as Gear. Inspired by classic Italian treks, this vest has the performance for the mountains combined with stylish flair for a night out. Royal Robbins has taken some of their classic fashion sweater touches and added performance fabrics for a lightweight yet warm and quick drying Performance Sweater fleece. The non-mulesed wool lends a classic, rustic feel to the uniquely dappled coloring. The spirit of the outdoors are alive as this piece will take you from trail to town with its asymmetrical button front and a wide shawl collar that can be buttoned up for extra warmth or opened up to show your fun layers underneath.
- Standard Fit
- The evolution of the sweater as gear
- Asymmetrical button front creates a wrap look and feel
- Wide shawl collar folds down to reveal layering underneath
- Brushed interior is super soft against the skin
- Hand warmer pockets lined with cozy brushed tricot
- Quick dry fleece remains warm when wet
FABRIC: The most luxurious mid-layer fabric goes beyond sweaters and fleeces. This Italian-born blend takes the best properties of synthetics and wool and combines them for a stylish boucle with extra warmth and breathability.
- Ombre Boucle Sweater Fleece
- 8.3 oz. 60% Polyester, 40% Virgin Wool
- QUICK DRY: Wicks moisture and dries quickly; ideal for travel and outdoor activities.
- THERMAL: This fabric contains thermal properties to deliver weightless warmth.
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.