Cham 3L Shell Pullover

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  • This new pullover takes the lightweight and minimalistic performance of our Cham line to the next level. Capitalizing on the exceptional breathability of the Schoeller® Aerobrane™ fabric, this shell is designed to be worn from start to finish on alpine missions. The 3L fabric provides fantastic weather-proofing while the 4-way stretch allows for uninhibited mobility. With minimal pockets, zippers, and features for seamless integration with a pack or harness, and weighing just 295g, the Cham Pullover offers efficient comfort and protection for as far as you want to go.

    Plus, with neutral colors and a gender graded size scale, we’re extra proud to make this iteration of Cham unisex fit. Please check the size guide.

  • FIT: Active unisex

    CENTER BACK LENGTH: 29.5 in (size Medium)


    • FACE FABRIC: Schoeller® Aerobrane™ | 100% polyester face, 100% polyester backer, DWR treatment | Electrospun Aerobrane membrane | 0.4 CFM | 100g/m2 | 40D/20D

      INSULATION: none

      LINING: none

      WEIGHT: 295g (10.4 oz)

      COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: Vietnam

      GUARANTEE: Strafe 2 Year Warranty

    the tangerine cham pullover reaping the rewards of the skintrack


    • Ultralight, minimalist design for ultimate touring shell performance. No powderskirt, wrist cuffs, or superfluous add-ons.
    • Extremely air-permeable Schoeller® Aerobrane™ fabric sheds excess heat.
    • Fully seam sealed, waterproof 3-layer construction with DWR (durable water repellent) finish.
    • 4-way stretch fabric and strategic paneling, with backpack-friendly seamless shoulders, encourages active movement.
    • Hem drawcord adjustment with new friction lock.
    • Integrated helmet compatible hood with 2-point adjustment.
    • Interior zippered pocket. Chest pocket with internal mesh electronics sleeve.
    • 1/2 length center-front zip with interior windguard.
    • Water resistant and reliable YKK AquaGuard® (Coil) zippers.

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      Robertson P.
      United States United States
      I recommend this product

      I love pullovers

      The title says it all. I love pullover jackets for resort or backcountry snow sports. They always seem to sit better across my waist and I've never been bothered by the extra step of pulling them off, provided they're a stretchy material. I've used an Outdoor Research softshell pullover for fair weather touring for a while now and have been on the lookout for a hardshell pullover top for the cold/wet/windy days when the softshell won't cut it. Having owned a pair of cham pants (recently replaced with the updated bibs after 4 years of hard service) I was stoked to try the Cham pullover. I've only used it once so far on a day of doing laps on a smaller hill. Temps were in the mid to high 20s and I wore only this with a 150 wt merino baselayer underneath. With good use of vents on the pullover and my baselayer I was perfectly comfortable the whole time up and down and never felt the need to take the top off. Breathability is definitely above my resort hardshell (TNF futurelight) and I'm excited to put it to use on some good, long tours coming up. The top is quite easy to take on/off due to the stretch in the fabric and I definitely don't miss having pit zips. In regards to fit, I'm 5'11", 190lbs, athletic build. Size L is perfect length torso and arms and the cut through the body trends more "freeride" than "euro" though is certainly not overly baggy.

      • How would you rate the sizing of this product? Runs SmallPerfectRuns Large
      • What size did you purchase? L
      • What is your favorite mountain or place to ride? Mammoth Mountain, CA

      Strafe Outerwear

      Thanks for the thoughtful review and putting the gear through the paces!