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    Cold Spring Pullover

    $89.00 $71.20
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    Light Ash Stripe

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    Style Number: T1081803


    Layovers, red-eye flights, rest-stop coffee—you can survive it all in the travel-friendly Cold Spring Pullover. The sustainable blend of organic cotton and recycled poly wicks moisture, moves with you, and washes in a flash. An oversized collar can cozy up your neck and cover your eyes when you need some shut-eye.


    • Made with recycled content
    • Stretch movement
    • Moisture-wicking
    • Wash-and-wear easy care
    • bluesign® certified fabric
    • OEKO-TEX 100® certified fabric
    • Funnel neck with drawstring collar or can be worn as hood
    • On-seam pockets
    • 26" length

    Fabric: Tango Duo

    60% Organic Cotton 40% Recycled Polyester

    Our Tango fabric has a new partner: recycled polyester, meet organic cotton. It’s the same super-soft double knit, with less shrinkage and pilling. Light on its feet and a total dream boat.

    Care Instructions: Machine wash cold, tumble dry low. See garment tags for additional details.

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      really weird collar



      The only nice thing I can say about this top is that the fabric was soft, hence the extra star; looks like it wouldn't fair terribly well in the washer and dryer, but it was soft straight out of the bag.
      The main problem I had was with the collar. It was both too small and huge at the same time. The neck opening is cut too narrow, so it bothered my neck (I am sensitive to fabric around my neck and don't wear turtlenecks for that reason, but have never had a problem with a cowl neck). Then I had an enormous amount of fabric just bunching up uncomfortably around my neck. It did not lay or drape, it looked silly, and it was uncomfortable. It was large enough to stretch all the way up the back of my neck and head and cover the top of my head from the back, and the front was long enough to cover my face up to my eyes. So I am not sure if it's meant to be a convertible balaclava - one thing it definitely doesn't look like is a cowl neck.