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100% cotton embroidered new for our collegiate collection ! Step up your game day gear with this super classic yet on trend sweater vest ! Step it up and stand out -!!! Notre Dame !!! Fight on - Go Irish

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The checkered sweater vest can be obtained from Able Sisters for 1,440 Bells. The item can also be obtained from the apparel shop in Happy Home Paradise for 1,300 Poki if the shop's theme is set to sell "simple clothes" or "cool clothes", or when the store is asked to sell any clothes under the "anything is fine" option.

We are obsessed with this unique and trendy colorblock sweater vest. It has a checkered colorblock design with an oversized, boyfriend style fit. Style with a long sleeve collared top underneath and your go to jeans for the perfect look. Comes in a black/ivory combo, blue/green combo, or tan/beige combo.

Fit: This sweater fits comfortably and is true to size. Models are wearing a size small.Bust: The bust features a slight scoop neckline and is relaxed and roomy.Waist: The waist is slightly relaxed.Undergarments: This sweater vest is bra friendly.Fabric: The fabric features a cable knit design and has some stretch.

If you have received an item with any problems or defects, please contact our Customer Care department at within 7 DAYS to inform us of the issue. You must include a photo of the damage/defect in your email. We are not responsible for damages to clothing caused by improper care/handling or incorrect sizing.

To find the best puffy vests, we asked cool-weather climbers, commuters, cross-country cyclists, hikers, a curler, backcountry skiers, and an ICU nurse what they wanted in a vest for both work and play. Our sources included:

A vest has some practical advantages over a jacket: It weighs less, allows for added mobility, and takes up less space (which is nice for travelers who are limited to a carry-on). Also, a vest typically costs less than a jacket.

Although breathability is less important in a vest than in a base layer, an insulated vest should not trap your sweat. You can also layer your insulated vest with a wind jacket. To stretch the temperature range of the vest-plus-base-layer combo without having to add a jacket, put on a hat, gloves, and warm socks.

A vest also works well under rain gear. When you spend enough time in the rain, water creeps under your sleeves to the layer beneath. If you wear a down jacket, those sleeves become useless for insulation and warmth. But with a vest, your core will stay warm, without the worry of wet wrists or sleeves.

To determine which brands and models to test, we talked with experts, considered the most popular vests at outdoor stores, scoured outdoor and fashion media, and looked through customer reviews. We identified over 50 different vests that looked promising. From there, we narrowed the field to 25 contenders during several seasons. Then we chose which vests to test based on the following criteria:

Down has the best warmth-to-weight ratio of any insulation, and down vests can be more compact, durable, and soft. Plus, they typically look more stylish than their synthetic counterparts. Our testers generally thought down felt cozier and more luxurious.

Over the course of five years, our 22 testers took 25 vests to nine states and two countries to put them to the test, over several seasons. From visiting waterfalls in Iceland to playing cornhole in Michigan, our testers evaluated these vests across many different climates and scenarios, including:

Durability: Each vest went through standardized rough treatment. We shook each one 10 times and then crammed it into its pocket or stuff sack, after which we shook the compacted vest 10 times to mimic jostling in a briefcase or backpack. We took each vest out of the stuff sack and repeated those steps 10 times. By the end of the experiment, feathers were flying. We also noted any threads that loosened or any synthetic insulation that came through the seams.

Previously, testers complained that the Down Sweater Vest had a shorter torso than some of the other vests we tested, so it would ride up and expose the small of their back when they wore a backpack. But the 2022 remodel has added an inch or two of length, and the drawcord hem at the hips also creates a more secure fit.

We also appreciated the two generous hand-warmer pockets, with YKK zippers big enough to work even with numb or mittened hands. Each hand-warmer pocket fit an iPhone 6s, a camera, sunglasses, a checkbook-sized wallet, keys, and two Probars. To confirm that the pockets were angled well enough to keep their contents safe, we played a 21-point game of cornhole with our pockets full and unzipped. At the end of the game, the winner still had a phone in her Thermawrap vest pocket.

The person behind the website appears to be Sumukh Sridhara, a product engineer at AngelList, a job listing website for startups. Sridhara told Axios he was inspired by a satirical article on Fortune that poked fun at investors' typical Patagonia garb.

The partner kit, priced at $500, the vest, the sneakers, "Zero to One" by investor Peter Thiel, "Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind" by Yuval Noah Harari, subscriptions to "important VC newsletters" like Wine Spectator and tech news site The Information, and access to the popular paid e-mail app Superhuman.

There's a ring of truth to the whole joke: Just look at photos from events like the Sun Valley Conference, the "summer camp for billionaires." Photos of attendees at the conference show a wild amount of Patagonia vests, not least because the event gave them out to attendees as door prizes, showing how popular they are.

Green is a neutral this spring! The mixed pattern sweater vest can be worn with long sleeves for some warmth or worn as a tank top. It has a V neckline, hits at the waist, and is ribbed at the neck, shoulders, and hem.

Conditions: In January 2015, I put a call out for recommendations (link to thread) to the Trailspace community for good-quality vests that could pull double duty; warm enough for cold season layering, stylish enough for occasional wear in business casual situations. After looking at many suggestions and weighing prices, I settled on the Patagonia Better Sweater Vest. Fortunately, I found it at my local gear store on a end-of-season sale.

Outdoor uses have included as mid-layer vest in cold weather (hunting, hiking, and fishing) and as an outer-layer vest in warmer temps (mountain biking, camping, and hiking). Outdoor temps have ranged from -5 to 60F (-20.5 to 15.5C), and I occasionally wear it into the office in the chillier months atop a long-sleeve collared shirt.

Layering: Vests are, by their very nature, meant for layering. Adding layers on top of the vest is no problem at all because of its low profile and slimmer fit. Even my slimmest jacket, a Patagonia Dual Aspect Hoody, fits just fine over top. When adding layers underneath, I am usually limited to two layers maximum, which are typically either a polyester or wool baselayer and/or a t-shirt, collared shirt, long-sleeve shirt.

Full-length frontal zipper: The full zipper was a little worrisome at first when thinking about using it on the trail or in the field. In my eyes, the more zippers, the more chance for failure. However, while in some select cases it would probably be more ideal to have a button or pullover vest, I find this zipper to provide the right level of ventilation options in the field and on the trail.

Recommendation: I recommend this vest to individuals looking for a slimmer-fitting vest for added warmth and looking for an overall appearance and function of causal, and not overly technical.

The vest is not super warm, it is only about 150 weight fleece, but for the weight it is very good. The zippers on it are kind of loud and have lots of resistance which is strange. Bought it off ebay NWT.

Our Sweater Vest dies are sized to create A2 sized shaped cards and can be personalized with a crew neck or v-neck and can be dressed up with a collar, bow tie and argyle. This fun set is versatile for all year round with ability to create ugly Christmas sweater cards, Fall themed cards or father's day cards! 041b061a72


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