ArcticShield® X-System® Fleece Pullover Top for Men
- No reactivation or regeneration required
- Mechanical moisture-wicking
- 4-way stretch fabric
- Breathable moisture-management
- X-system 100% polyester fleece
Manufacturer style #: FPO.
X-System® Mid-Weight Fleece Pants for Men sold separately and can be found through item search for item number 870-053-02
Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by MassBow Too big and Pilly I normally wear and XL, 6' 215 so I ordered a set of these in XL. There size more like an XXL or XXXL. On top of this, after the initial wash the fleece started to pill. I wore them once but the size and the pilling made me send them back. They were warm and comfortable so if you do want to order them and can deal with the fabric pilling just make sure you order at least 1 size smaller. November 27, 2011
Rated 3 out of 5 by AussieMitch Good, but not great I got this top to wear as a base layer under my jacket. It's nice and warm, and has great air flow panels under the arms/armpits. The only problem is the collar is starting to go all fuzzy after only one time wearing it, and I'm not sure if this was from my one day old stubble or what. Not sure whether I should take it back and exchange for another brand, or will this do the same? November 23, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Boudreaux Super Very soft and warm. Can use the top for a base layer or scent free jacket in cooler weather. Why pay four or five times more for more widely advertised name? These tops are great. November 4, 2009
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A:This is a mid layer, pack it in your bag and add it if your cold. I would say in addition to a good jacket and thermals these would be great for winter.
A:The X-System developed by Arctic Shield (ARC Outdoors) is actually intended to be an odor controlling technology. The clothing line was especially developed for early season hunting and as an all around scent controller. If looking for colder season gear and wanting to stay in the Arctic Shield line, try looking at the H-series clothing.
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