Peace River Pullover
- 100% quilted polyester
- High stand-up collar for warmth
- Horn rimmed buttons
- Split tail for comfort and fit
Peace River, originally named Peace River Crossing, and known as the Rivière-la-Paix in French. Peace River is a 1,923-kilometer-long river that originates in the Rocky Mountains of northern BC and flows to the northeast through northern Alberta. A sight to see, your outdoor paradise. It’s late November and as morning dawns you push back the curtains of your rustic cabin to reveal light snow falling on your 30 acre Alpaca farm nestled along the river banks - how dramatic! As you rub the salt from your eyes, and glance at your Titanium timepiece, reading 0600 hrs, it’s time for the herd to be moved to find more grass to feed on for the day. A quick cup of coffee and you grab your Lined Kodiak pants (pg TBD) and your new Peace River Pullover to keep you toasty warm as you hop aboard your 4 stroke Kawasaki snowmobile and head for the hills. This is the life! This stunning top has a high collar and full quilting, offering incredibly high warmth, not to mention a very alpha silhouette. Not everyone can have this lifestyle, but y’all can all have this pullover, it’s that nice.Jump to Product Reviews
Peace River Pullover Reviews
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I was pleasantly surprised with the Peace River pullover. The first time I wore it was for a base layer for skiing on a cold MN day. It worked great for that. The next time I wore it was when my wife and I were going to a cocktail party and she wanted me to put on something more "appropriate." I put on my PR pullover and she was tickled pink. It's light weight and very comfortable to wear. I'm 165 5'll'' and the M size fit prefectly.
James A., Minneapolis, Minnesota
I bought this pullover and liked it. I lost a bunch of weight and bought the same one - only smaller.
Taylor C., Henrico, Virginia
This is a nice pullover that has enough class to dress you uprather than down as a normal sweatshirt does. It is well made and does not overheat you as you would think with the waffle knit.
Stephen L., Twin Falls, Idaho