The Dash Pullover is made of Running Luon; it's moisture-wicking, there are anti-stink mesh panels under the arm and on the inside of the arm. Thumbholes and cuffins. A reflective front zipper; reflective strips on the fore-arms with decorative little ruffle; and reflective zipper on the pocket at the back.
This one is in static coal, in my usual Lululemon size 6. I found it to fit true to size.
(No, I would not typically wear this with denim-like trousers, but it was a little cool in the apartment when I got home from work and did not feel like putting on running shorts for the photos).
If you want, you can zip down the front and fold over the collar if you get a little warm:
Or you could really unzip the front...but this would cause the excess fabric to flap around like some online reviewers complained about. I can't imagine unzipping it this far while running anyway... I'm a little surprised the zipper is this long.
Some reviews have also mentioned that this top fits long. As you could see in the earlier pictures, when worn comfortably, the top hits at the hip on me and I'm 5'2". It was long enough that I would not worry at all about it riding up as I ran. The only way I could see this being too long is if you really stretched it out and pulled the bottom hem down. Then I would be able to get it past my hip and over my butt.
I would never wear it like this.
This would be a more comfortable way to wear it unzipped to cool off, without the fabric flopping as you ran:
Here's another back view to see the "anti-stink circle mesh body mapping." Those dark zones are the circle mesh. In addition to the back zipper being reflective, there is a reflective logo at the neck.
Here's the zipper garage:
And the back pocket:
I'm not really decided on this top... only days after ordering the Dash Pullover, the Run: Alpine Pullover came out. I ordered it over the phone in the color haze, to compare. It's made of a warmer material called tech fleece. It's smooth on the outside, but soft and brushed on the inside, a little thicker than Running Luon (I had an opportunity to try on a top from the same material last year; the Run: Spirit Pullover). Here's what it looks like:
[source: lululemon banff facebook page]
Assuming the Alpine Pullover fits well; I'd be losing some of the reflectivity that the Dash offers (Alpine has reflective zipper on front neck, back pocket, hood logo). The Alpine pullover adds a hood and some extra warmth. The kangaroo pocket isn't exactly functional.
Not sure which I'll end up keeping, or if I'll keep either. My wallet would not approve of me keeping both...