Spyder Plush Mid-Weight Core Sweater (Women's)
Please Note: This style is from a previous season
The Spyder Plush Mid-Weight Core Sweater is a comfy, cozy ski sweater that still looks sleek and stylish. The exterior is a ribbed sweater knit, but the inside is lined in plush furry fleece. Mid-weight fabric provides just the right amount of warmth when layered for skiing, or you can wear it as a casual jacket. Whether you choose to layer the Plush Core Sweater under your ski jacket or wear it as an everyday jacket, you'll be wrapped in warmth and comfort, while still looking good.
- Mid-weight fabric great for layering and stand-alone in milder weather
- 100% polyester cable knit exterior fabric
- 100% polyester furry fleece lining
- Anti-pill fleece stays looking new longer
- Full-zip front for jacket style
- Two zippered hand pockets keep fingers warm
Questions and Answers
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"Does this sweater run small? I typically wear a small; however, I do not like clothing "skin-tight". Thank you."
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Question by Ali on 12/17/2013 - 4:16 pm
"Most womens ski clothing does tend to run small. There is a size chart provided that you can check out to see if a size small or medium would be more comfortable for you based off of your measurements. If you normally size up in ski clothing to a medium because it is more comfortable for you then you should definitely make that same decision here. "
Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 12/17/2013 - 7:30 pm
"I purchased the Spyder Plush Mid-Weight Core Sweater (Women's)in XS...it is a bit big. What size in Child would correlate to an XXS in adult?"
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Question by angelonice1 on 11/8/2014 - 9:41 am
"Child's sizing is measured differently than women's. An XXS would be an approximate correlations to a L or XL. You can view our size chart http://www.peterglenn.com/sites/default/files/size/SPYDER.html?no_mobile=1&TB_iframe=true&height=500&width=625 to get a better comparison of the two. "
Answer by Kacy (Peter Glenn Staff) on 11/10/2014 - 4:02 pm