Hearthside Cowl Neck Fleece


The Hearthside Cowl Neck Fleece is as comforting as wearing your coziest blanket on a cold day.  This high loft fleece traps warmth and is super cozy.  You'll love wearing it by the fire, while out for dinner or drinks, or on a casual stroll through town. Pull the cowl-neck up for unmatched comfort.

This material is knitted in Hudson, NH (though dyed out of state), so it is definitely a home state favorite!

Weight in ounces:
XS: 7.8
S: 8.4
M: 8.8
L: 9.7
XL: 10.3
XXL: 11.1

Made in USA:
Handcrafted in Lincoln, NH

Fabric(New Hampshire!):
96% polyester, 4% spandex, knitted in New Hampshire!

Wash with like colors in cold water
Lie flat or hang to dry
Do not dry clean


Customer Reviews

Based on 15 reviews
Brian E. (Las Vegas, US)
Mother-in-Law Loved this!!

I got one of these for my wife (who loves it) and one for my mother-in-law too. My mother-in-law raves about this and loves to wear it on cold days around the house. So warm but really soft too.

Jessica K. (Enfield, US)
Must have!!!!

This is the most comfortable fleece/sweater I own. I love that it’s oversized. I can throw it on over a base layer and not feel uncomfortable or tight. You could size down if you prefer not to have it big. I also like that you can wear this out for a sweater too and look great!

Sarah (Marquette, US)
So cozy!

I love the Hearthside more than I thought I would. I wear it all the time around the house and at work, and it keeps me at the perfect temperature, especially around my neck! It’s so soft and doesn’t mess with my hair, and it’s so stretchy, so I don’t feel restricted. I’ve gotten many compliments on it as well! I plan on wearing it out, we’ll see how long it takes!


Got this for my girlfriend as a birthday present. It is super warm and light. She loves to wear it casually but also great for an added layer when skiing. Burgeon always does it right!


I wore this Cowl Neck Fleece on the coldest day we’ve had in history and I was Cozy Warm & Very Comfortable, Great Fleece, Love, Kelly from Upstate N.Y.