Massdrop x Peak to Plateau Yakino Wool Sweater
Massdrop x Peak to Plateau Yakino Wool Sweater
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Yaks are pretty incredible creatures. To survive high in the mountains, where temperatures dip to 40 below, they’ve developed long, coarse hair and a soft down undercoat for extra insulation Read More

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leebenningfield
24
Nov 18, 2020
why these only go to XXL. give me a 3X or 4X.
VAS007
287
Mar 21, 2020
I remember the time when Massdrop just came out, there used to be so many cool new products coming out, people talk about the company that would take orders from a bunch of people and send it to the brand, then we would get cool brand name items for cheaper! 5 years later, I only see the old run down earphones/watches/knives/sunglasses that no one ever buys anymore, the same products that just keep rotating once per year and so on. What happened to the DROP? How can one business with no new products even stay afloat? Where are the cool new brand name products? Where is the big order towards cool new items? I look at the past 500 emails from the DROP and there are the same 50 items that just keep rotating around and back there is absolutely nothing new, huh this is so disappointing sorry...!
Lingouser
35
Mar 3, 2020
very tempted!!!!
RayF
24945
Oct 21, 2019
Is this thing back, or did it never leave? Makes no difference--it is singularly unattractive (in all colors). It looks like something your grandmother would buy you for Xmas, and that you in turn, would only wear when she visited, and then only because your mother insisted you do so. Assuming you are now an adult, living on your own, and that your grandmother is sadly no longer with us, there is absolutely no reason to expose yourself (or those you love) to this PTSD inducing, knitted-nightmare of a sweater!
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zgulsby
7
Jan 5, 2020
Yes. All yes. This looks like something that a character would wear in the big bang theory.
RayF
24945
Jan 5, 2020
Who's wardrobe director took her inspiration from a little comic strip back in the 60's created by Charles Shultz ;- )
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RickRick
1
Oct 20, 2019
I really want one of these, but I'm not sure which size to buy. I'm 5'8", 165 lbs. I wear a 38 short in a suit coat. Sometimes I have trouble buying sweaters because if they fit my chest they're too long in the torso or arms. Will a small do the trick? I worry that a medium will be too long. Thanks!
RayF
24945
Dec 28, 2019
There is no such thing in as a "suit coat" in the same way as there is no such thing as "suit pants." When you say: "I wear a 38 short in a suit" (or a jacket) no one thinks you're talking about the pants that come with the Suit. The distinction between jacket and coat sizes vs trouser sizes, is understood.
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Justin_E
1
Oct 18, 2019
I would buy one if it was even just a solid color, some kind of cable/waffle/anything. Looks like it was designed by somebody's kid who just got new crayons.
highline1
0
Oct 17, 2019
Hi. Really like the sweater. I paid $100 for it. Now that it’s $65, can I request a credit for $35? Tx
Jack-in-the-Box
107
Oct 17, 2019
I’ll buy it if the yak’s name is stitched into the sweater, and if I get a photo of the yak too.
seedeevee
86
Oct 17, 2019
So - it's a little confusing - are these made in China or New Zealand?
nobita77
0
Oct 9, 2019
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