Steezy, functional and toasty.
The Women’s Cilla June Pullover is a sweet midweight, steezy, micro-fleece to wear when riding or skiing. The colorfully designed waterproof band on the bottom of the June Pullover casually sticks out underneath your jacket to add personal flair to your outwear. Built-in thumb holes prevent snow from creeping up your arm when you take a big crash on the slopes. Cilla made this top from 35% recycled polyester so you can feel eco-good this winter.
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Do they fit big? Im usually a medium,...
Do they fit big? Im usually a medium, should I get a large or should I be ssafe?
New review for the 2009 Cilla top
I got a new 2009 Cilla top, my other review has me wearing the 2008 one. My 2008 top is a medium and fits perfect, but the 2009 in medium... is HUGE! I should had gotten a small... crap. The only issue is when I ride powder, sometimes it sprays up into the inside of my top. But it's so cute and I love the blue, so I just deal with it... plus it's a nice way to cool down if I get warm haaa. It's a bit long since it's so big, but no biggie, my jacket covers up the black part well. it also matches my shop hoodie which is a plus!
Love my cilla's!
I love love love my Cilla base layers. I've logged more than 50 days in Colorado so far this season, and have to say that I don't feel the same riding if i don't have my Cilla's on. They're so lightweight, and warm, and they look good too.
I don't feel as great not wearing my cilla base layer. It makes all the difference!
LOVE LOVE LOVE
This top RULES! I have put at least 180 days on this top last season (out of 250), and 60 days (out of 80) so far this year, and it's held up GREAT! Just be careful not to let your snowboard rub against the hip when carrying it! It is so freakishly warm, I wore just this top and a puffy jacket when it was -25F and I was totally fine! It's also great on the warmer days with a thin jacket (but not like 50F and over days, I'm sure) It's a wee bit pricey, but after all those days (and millions of washes), I say it's worth it!!!! Definitely would buy another one!
I'm not really sure what I'm doing in that picture I attached, but you can see the Cilla top I'm rockin!
really warm and cozy!
i wore this the first time on a very cold day in vermont with wind chills in the negatives with only underarmour underneath and my jacket (which is i believe 60G throughout. and i was plenty warm! now if only cilla made things for your feet and hands.... haha
I put the june pullover on first, then put my harness on. it keeps my butt SO dry when kiteboarding and sitting on my butt when the wind dies, or when taking a break and sitting or anything. I would never kite with out it.
you can pull it further down than it shows here, so you can cater it to any steez you want
This has to be one of the raddest things EVER! I got it for free 2 seasons ago and it is still going strong. The pattered part that sticks out is waterproofed so my butt is NEVER wet, even when falling in the park. It also keeps snow from getting down my pants or up my back. I snowboard and kiteboard in this almost every day that I go. I have probably put 100-150 days on in this. It is awesome. def going to invest in one this year. The one I have now is in a large which fits my hips good, but it is really bagging in the chest area. Ahhh get it...you will not regret it for a moment at all! they changed it a bit from when I got mine, the fleece goes all the way down the arm, with a nylon gater, instead of before where it has nylon from the elbow down...that would make my arm a little cold sometimes.