Rated 4 out of 5 by KeithBoston Same, but different
Slightly less roomy than the previous models I had purchased, and now the company logo has moved from a benign location at the waist (on previous items) to the upper left breast area. It is in the same color thread as the fleece, but still there and visible. Don't like logos on my clothing - just a personal preference.
November 21, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by madcitymama Tight through body
We bought a Tall Large to replace an LL Bean fleece my husband lost at the airport. He wears a Tall Large in LL Bean's flannel shirts, so that's what we ordered in the fleece. The fit was terrible: tight through the body and really long, baggy arms. Not the comfy, more boxy fleece from a few years ago. We returned it.
November 13, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Benner good light fleece for athletic body types
I really like this fleece as a basic, midweight pullover. I was surprised at how well it fits - it has a snugger, more athletic fit than LLB's usual. The fleece is midweight with no windproof membrane (what do you expect at this price?). I got this in lieu of a well-known, retro-styled, overpriced fleece pullover from a big name brand. I prefer this one because it has better pockets, the fit is more functional and flattering, and I can actually push the sleeves up to my elbows.
I only wish LLB offered more color options with the contrasting placket and zippers. In my opinion, the bright navy heather version I bought is definitely the best of the available color options because of the contrast details.
September 30, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by StuffedDuck Bring back the old one!
I love the Trail Model Fleece Pullover. It's unbelievably soft, functional, lasts forever, and has classic styling. But please LLBean, bring back the elasticized cuffs and hem!
July 22, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by peppysfriend LOVE this fleece fabric!
This is the quality fabric I wanted! Superior polarfleece: thick, plush, snuggly (yes, I am a female buying these for myself to wear). I have long arms and these sleeves are plenty long (one of the reasons I buy mens items), I would love an elastic opening here, personally. I don't care for elastic at the hip opening, but I can adjust it so it hangs loose and straight, so no foul. I am 5' 9" and 140 lbs., I'm keeping the small size which is generous in length, both body and sleeves. It does seem to be more of a slim cut which works for me, but I don't think my husband would be as comfortable with this cut. I love the zippered kangaroo pocket, would like a zip neck more than snaps, but these work fine. KEEP MAKING CLOTHING WITH THIS QUALITY FLEECE!
July 8, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by SIDEOUT Fleece Pullover
Waist strap broke first time I tried it on. Returned item.
April 30, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by LouisvilleDave Perfect for crisp spring or fall
I bought the Trail Model Fleece Pullover to replace my two-decades-old polar fleece pullover. This was exactly what I was hopping for -- pullover design with zippered pouch/pocket in front. It is great to keep you warm on cool crisp spring or fall mornings, and makes a great layer underneath a lightweight rain jacket.
April 9, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by BillVA Warm and comfortable
Really like the pullover. The only problem I have with the pullover is that the collar snaps are a bit cumbersome to use.
March 26, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by GaryDD Trail model Fleece Pullover
I'm impressed! No loose threads anywhere, no labels in annoying places, and sized right. I'm six feet two inches tall, and 220 pounds. An extra large tall is just right. The warmth is just what I expected; it's not wind proof, but it's not designed to be. Works great under any of my wind proof shells. I plan on buying another.
March 26, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Vaccinium There are better fleece pullovers
After 2-3 years of light use, I conclude that there are better fleece pullovers on the market. Performance has been adequate, but not exceptional. Noticeable pilling of the fabric began after only a few months and the garment now looks quite shabby. Cuffs are open (not elastic, as they were on previous versions of this product) which drives me crazy. They hang down near my fingers, get soaked with slush, brush my food, etc.. I would be happy to pay an additional $10-20 for a more durable fleece fabric and a little bit of elastic tape stitched to the cuffs. I assume these observations apply to the Trail Model Fleece Jacket as well.
February 19, 2014