Rated 3 out of 5 by centraliowagirl more cardigan choices?
will you offer a cotton/cashmere blend cardigan that was mentioned by you in a 2011 review response? for me, the cotton cardigan is too heavy and the wool one has bad buttons. also, you'd make a fourtune if you offered 2 styles of a v neck cardigan for women - one in a shorter close fit and one in a longer traditional fit. all women's offerings are thin with fussy details. for now, thank you for offering size small for us ladies. more colors would be appreciated.
June 7, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by colderthanmost sweater
men's sweater was great quality and comfort. Better than I"ve found anywhere else. I like it so much that I bought two other colors.
June 2, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by NortwestIslander Nice sweater
This is a very nice cardigan sweater, more substantial than I anticipated. It looks quite okay with a shirt, tie and slacks.
April 3, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by ZWilosn Fantasitc
If your into cardigans, highly recommended. I'm 6ft tall 170 lbs and a large fits great.
April 3, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by shari64 Wonderful Cardigan
I ordered this sweater in navy for my husband. He loves the feel and weight. The only thing I didn't like are the pockets "hanging open". I plan to hand stich them closed to look neater, they do add style. I highly recommend this cardi for guys to wear every season of the year.
March 30, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by LoveNJBeaches Awesome, but Cotton
I love this sweater. I now have three in different colors. Totally comfortable, top quality, but they are cotton so they stretch and/or shrink or both. My oldest one is several years old and is wearing well, yet they are still more suited for casual than for a shirt and tie.
January 24, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Hoplow Good...but...
Looks pretty good, but I can't figure out the size. Layered with a dress shirt, it is warm enough for wearing around in the house where I keep the temperature low (upper 50's to low 60's). Overall quality is very good, but the fit is odd. The sleeves remind me of wearing a rain poncho you buy at an amusement park. It is possible this would stuff well for making a scarecrow. I am keeping it as it still looks good, it just feels odd.
November 27, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by rlommen Perfect Texas sweater
It never gets too cold in Dallas for the Fall or early Winter, but a nice sweater is necessary on some days, and I'm so happy with this one! It has a more weight to it than your average sweater, but the cotton fabric makes it breathable rather than itchy (as wool often does). Although it's a men's sweater, a size small and fits perfectly --a bit roomy in the arms and comes down just below my hips.
November 1, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Mervich Double L Cotton Sweater, Burgundy Cardigan
Got this button-front cardigan in burgundy XL (which is my normal size). An earlier reviewer stated the burgundy color was not burgundy?mine is a rich, true burgundy with brown buttons?and I am picky about such things. The fit and sleeve length are perfect (I wear a 34-35 inch sleeve in a dress shirt). Front pockets are a plus. The body may be just a bit long, but no more than an inch, at most. I wouldn't say this is a heavy sweater, but it is more than mid-weight. An premium sweater at a great price! Nobody does it better than L.L.Bean!
February 6, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by PARoadtrip Sleeves too short
First let me that this is a beautiful sweater. I read many of the reviews and saw that several people had written that the sleeves ran short but figured I'd be OK with a tall size for my hubby. Not! The body is tall; the sleeves not so much. There is no LLBean store near us and, not wanting to pay for return shipping more than once, I decided to call customer service for advice. Duh! Why didn't I do that the first time? The kind lady on the phone had measurements of all the sweaters and helped me find another style (the blue jean sweater) that actually had tall length sleeves. If your intended wearer usually wears a tall size or otherwise has long arms, save yourself some trouble and order by phone so you will know what the actual measurements are. Tall is not necessarily so.
January 16, 2012