Brands like Relwen are the reason we get excited about heritage gear. Each careful stitch is made with the goal of creating something useful, something that lasts, and something with classic style. That way, when you open your closet five, ten, twenty years from now, you'll have a lineup of reliable clothes that look damn good and are with you for the long haul. To live up to that tradition, Relwen makes pieces like the Windzip Popover—a kind of jacket/sweatshirt hybrid that puts the best of both worlds into one killer pullover. Relwen designed it to keep out the wind chill during a backyard bonfire but still look stylish enough to wear out on the town, and we think they nailed it.
|Front Body Length||28||28¾||29½||30¼||31|
|Sleeve Length (Half Back to Wrist)||36¼||37||37¾||38½||39¼|
All measurements are in inches
Howdy! This is Ryan, one of the copywriters for Huckberry. To ensure y’all are getting the best fit for these killer new Relwen products, I tried ‘em on so I could give you a hands-on sizing recommendation. For starters, I’m 6’0” and weigh 175 lbs, and if you spotted me walking down the street, you’d probably say I have a lean, slightly athletic build. The medium fit me perfectly through the chest, shoulders, and waist, while the sleeves rested just at the start of my thumbs. Typically, I wear a medium for Patagonia and The North Face jackets, and found this piece fits similarly. Hope this helps!