Emu Ridge Australia Mt. Bogong Pullover Sweater

Priced: $109.61 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 7 reviews.
Emu Ridge Australia Mt. Bogong Pullover Sweater
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It is highly probable that the soft Australian merino wool and classic style of the Emu Mt Bogong Pullover Women's Sweater will make it your very favorite top. With fine-gauge knit comfort and merino-wool breathability, this cool cowl-neck feels light as air, never restrictive or overly warm. The loose and relaxed neck with subtle crossover style and sweet button adds sophisticated style to this versatile pullover. Dress it up with a flowing maxi or dress it down with skinny jeans and well-worn boots.

Fabric:

  • Australian merino wool fine-gauge knit

Fit:

  • Regular fit

Neck:

  • Crossover cowl neck
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Emu Ridge Australia Mt. Bogong Pullover Sweater Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

I ordered this in XS in Tan Marle. This was my first time buying Emu, so I wasn't confident in the brand's sizing ordering online. At 5'2", 34 bust, 24ish" natural waist and 34.5" hips, the XS turned out to be a good fit. It is slim in the arms and shaped through the body, but not tight. Overall length hits at my hip (25.5" center back length), so not long enough to wear with leggings as a tunic, but I have worn it several times with jeans for a casual look, and with dress pants for work. While fine-gauge, it doesn't seem too delicate. Due to the fine gauge and tan color, it is a little sheer. You can see the care tag on the side seam through the sweater, and I do wear a tank underneath. The sweater is wider than expected in the shoulders across the back (just over 14" between the shoulder seams), but it doesn't look too loose on me. The price is steep, but it seems like a quality item so far. After wearing it 4 times I see no pilling anywhere on the garment even in higher friction areas (under arms, on side of body).

Amanda L at Backcountry.com on 11/11/2013

I bought this sweater in the Berry color, wanting to add some more color to my closet as I typically wear greys & blacks. I am so glad I did! Its a great color for Winter and I have received many compliments on it.

msip640599 at Backcountry.com on 11/12/2013

My wife just got this sweater in Berry and absolutely loves it. It's fitted without being tight and the neckline is very flattering. It will work great with jeans, leggings or skirts. Excellent quality merino.

Hap Seliga at Backcountry.com on 10/12/2013

This sweater is lightweight, but nice and warm. No bulk. Fitted. Extremely comfortable around the neck and chest area. Love the colors to choose from - can't go wrong!

Bottoms Up at Backcountry.com on 09/29/2013

I get compliments every time I wear it. Long in the body and sleeves...great winter addition.

jjo2734907 at Backcountry.com on 12/18/2013

Negative Reviews:

So I just received my sweater in the mail and when I opened it I was a little surprised at how thin and delicate the material is. It is almost sheer. Haven't decided if I am going to keep it, thought I was going to get a heavier sweater for the price that I paid considering it's on the steep side. If I would have seen this hanging up in a store for this price I would definitely would have kept walking.

Chottie at Backcountry.com on 12/01/2013

Neutral Reviews:

My wife loved the look of this sweater. So without her knowing I ordered her one in the size that she wears all of her shirts/sweaters. Unfortunately we had to return it. It's actually "too fitted" if you will and was uncomfortable for her. If they had one size larger available that would've been perfect. From our experience we sadly cannot say it runs true to size :(

Timothy at Backcountry.com on 11/08/2013