Men's Recycled Fleece Sweatshirt

$76

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  • Less Water Used
  • Recycled Materials
Product Details
  • This product saves approximately 40 plastic bottles from landfills
  • Classic Fit
  • Comfortable fit for layering
  • Slightly dropped shoulder seams
  • Back yoke detail
Content & Care
Color: Blue Nights
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Model Sizing
  • Less Water Used
  • Recycled Materials
Product Details
  • This product saves approximately 40 plastic bottles from landfills
  • Classic Fit
  • Comfortable fit for layering
  • Slightly dropped shoulder seams
  • Back yoke detail
Content & Care

Reviews

Customer Reviews

Based on 39 reviews
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J
Joe
Fit: True to size
Size: Medium
Comfiest comfs I’ve owned!

In my family we call our sweats our “comfs”. My new Richer Poorer sweat pants (and sweatshirt) certainly live up to that nickname. Super comfortable- soft and a perfect fit. I am 5’11” and 150 pounds and run between a small and medium. Medium was the way to go.

A
Andy

Great quality. So soft. Launders nicely. If you’re a fringe M I would size up to L next time.

A
Andy

Feels amazing. So soft. A quality product and great value. Launders nicely but I would size up if you’re a fringe M. I’m 34 waist and will buy an L next time.

J
Jerard

New favorite sweatshirt

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Robert Villalobos
Fit: True to size
Size: Extra Large
Standards Have Gone Down

I bought the sweatshirt and pants. I was really excited to wear these but the sweatshirt's shoulders were pointy. I thought they must have put it on a hanger and it would return to normal, but after closer inspection, it was a defective sew job. I have a muscular build already, and the pointy shoulders look ridiculous, like it's a sweatshirt suit coat. Also, the neckline feels a tad stretched.

On top of that, I have noticed the quality and standards of Richer or Poorer's materials have gone down the past couple years. I loved my short sleeve sweatshirts I bought 4 years back. Now, the materials feel cheap. I used to think I could rely on RoP on purchasing simple items that look and feel expensive, but now it's starting to feel like H&M and Forever 21 materials.