Men's Ridgeline QZ Pullover
37.5 4-Way Stretch Nylon
Men's Ridgeline QZ Pullover Details
- Outer Layer
- Ulralight 37.5 Stretch Nylon (4 way)
- Midlayer or ultralight outerlayer
- Mesh lined zippered pockets
- Deep front zipper for easy on/off and venting
- Dries fast
- Temperature regulating
How It's Built
- Material: 37.5 4-Way Stretch Nylon
- Cut: Athletic
- Primary Uses:
- Spot & Stalk
- Weight: 8.5oz.
Where to Use
- Temperature Range:
- 45F - 60F
- 60F - 80F
- Above 80F
Out of all the first lite gear I own, which is a ton, this is my favorite. Packs down to less than a softball so its stupid to not have it in your pack and works great to knock a slight chill off early season or keep off a light rain and is roomy enough without being massive to layer underneath for a little extra wind resistance. Im actually wearing it in a stand right now over other layers in a cold drizzle. Got mine for hunting and will definitely pick up some solids for wearing around town.
I just got back from a weeklong hunt in Wyoming and saw some pretty significant temperature swings - low 40's at night, upper 70's to low 80's during the day. I was a little skeptical of this pullover given how thin it is but that quickly changed. Over a merino t shirt in the morning and late afternoons as the temps dropped, it was enough to keep the chill off and bucked the usual Wyoming wind. Very impressed with this pullover and very glad I bought it. It packs up about the size of a baseball and weighs practically nothing. It will be a staple addition to my pack and I may buy another for everyday wear.
FWIW, I am 6' and around 210. I generally order XL and in this size the Ridgeline fits me perfectly.
The Ridgeline is my go to for knocking the wind and chill off. I keep one in the glovebox of the Pioneer for those evening rides when the temps drop off and one in the house for morning coffee on the back porch or shooting the bow when the days get shorter. It packs down enough for a glove box, side pocket on the pack or even a cargo pocket. Can't ask for more of a lightweight pullover. Also can't wait to use it next turkey season as an outer layer and merino protector.
This is a great light weight pullover for warmer weather (50+). The dwr finish is great when there is a light rain or morning dew. Training dogs in the mornings on a windy day this is always my go to!
Best piece of gear for knocking down the wind and a little rain.
Packs down to pocket size.
Took this along with me on a scouting trip in the Wasatch Mountains of Northern Utah.
The material and design makes it my 'go to' outer layer for warm weather conditions.
Super lightweight and does what it says, breaks the wind when it gets a little chilly. Awesome lightweight packable piece to have around.
This is a great little piece. Imagine it to be similar to a light weight golf pull over. I find it best as a piece I throw over my wet/sweaty clothes to keep the breeze off me when I stop after a hard hike. It’s lightweight enough I always keep it in the lid or water bottle pocket of my pack to quickly throw on. It’s not a rain piece but will shed a light drizzle. I’ll pack this spring through fall here in Montana. In the winter I’ll likely wear it in the pickup driving around or out to the bar for a drink after a long hunt.
I received this piece a few days ago and I cannot believe how light weight it is. I absolutely love the fit of this piece as well. I bought this in Fusion, but will definitely be buying one in solid to wear around when not hunting. That is how much I love it. It works very well when worn over a merino base layer. You can wear anything from the Wick to the Furnace comfortably under it. My personal favorite is to wear a Kiln Hoody underneath. I enjoy the fit and having a hood as well. 10/10 with this piece. For size reference I am 6ft even and 190ish pounds and the Large fits perfect.
Great as a stand alone and going to be great for layering! Great light weight layer for chilly mornings and cool evenings. Great fit and awesome am length.
Been using the Ridgeline pullover regularly while hitting up the trout streams this spring. It worked great to knock down the wind on an otherwise decent day. Today, I actually used it in 70° weather during a quick little rain squall while fishing. It worked perfectly to keep the water off me. While it will not hold up in a downpour, it is perfect for quick one cloud event when the Corrugate is to heavy.