Look, we’re huge fans of the hoodie.
Great for warmth, comfort and convincing VCs to invest in your startup. It’s a sweater/sweatshirt/raincoat mèlange.
But on the style index? Not so great.
Enter: the Merino Pullover by Olivers, a smart new take on the conventional hooded sweatshirt.
We already dig Olivers. The San Fran-based company makes forward-thinking sportswear that’s both versatile and minimalist.
The Merino is just their third item, following their hydrophilic briefs and gym shorts made with military-grade parachute cord.
Now, they’ve reimagined the classic hoodie, imbuing it with enough technical know-how and sartorial smarts to incorporate it into your fall wardrobe.
The details set it apart: Tailored fit. Reverse raglan socket sleeves inspired by Italian cycling jersey for increased range of motion. An internal collar for added structure. A neckline modeled after military flight jackets.
And contoured cuffs, so the sleeves stay where you want ‘em.
The merino wool is great for regulating body temp, wicking away sweat and keeping the stink out.
Available in gunmetal, navy or frost, the Pullover is available through today only at a special preorder price.
Consider fall casual upgraded.
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