The pullover is exactly as advertised and I'm getting great use out of it.. Not only has it been a useful and warm addition to my wardrobe, but it also is well designed, a great and comfortable fit, and especially well made. My only wish would be that it weigh a little bit less. It is a little bit heavier then I had anticipated. I would recommend this pullover to anyone. It's a great value.
Great pullover - but...
I love these sweats, soft, warm, and only a little too expensive, but worth it. One negative: the hood is too short. I like to pull on a hood and have it come over my whole head, this one stops at my temples. I also wish they had it in black. Charcoal is ok, black is better.
Alta Loma CA
Faulty Fat City revision
I loved my old Fat City Pullover and was glad to see it back, even if re-imagined. The fabric is great, the weight is true to the original, but I have a single, major complaint: this version has a kangaroo pocket, creating a ridge right across the stomach that shows through the outer fabric. Not a good design. I see they've stopped calling it a Fat City Pullover.
Wear every day
I have had three sets of the old Fat City pullover, and this is a slightly more elegant version, without the elastic cuffs. The grey is nice, but I would have preferred black.
This pullover, and the matching pants, are super comfortable and warm. They are my favorite winter lounge wear. If you dislike the usual fleece lining in sweats, you will appreciate these.
I got this pullover, together with the weekend pants, for lounging around in the morning on my days off. It's as warm and comfortable as you could ask.
The best one thing Territory sells
Heavy weight fabric. Warm but not too warm for inside wear. Feels just right on your body. Flip on the hood for extra warmth. I bought another one is the lighter color for my Landscaper who works outside a lot. He says he'll wear it when he deer hunts.
i purchased this as a gift for my 21 yr old son - he loves it - in fact his girlfriend complained that he was wearing it too often
southern new england