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Another great piece of Patagonia gear
Had this item before but lost it and had to replace it. It’s the ideal piece of gear for protection from the elements on face and light missions. I use it for summer mountaineering on sunny glacier hikes and uphill ski touring. Keeps the sun and wind off without being too hot. Ideal for people who run hot.
Salt water fishing
I didnt buy this for fishing. Almost returned it. But It is the bomb. Its perfect for salt water fishing. Except no pockets-dumb dumb. Thin and cool. But chest relatively wind proof. With a little work ( pocket in the right place) this would be the best salt water shirt ever Even without it its one of my favorite flats shirts.
Unusual, but a new favorite
Notes on fit: I'm 5'10", around 145-150lb, generally slim build. I'm somewhere between S and M for Patagonia (S: R1, capilene midweight; M: nano puff vest, better sweater vest, capilene lightweight Ts), and I found S to be the perfect fit. The wind-resistant fabric is not super stretchy, but once on, it's a nice tailored, c... Read Morelose-to-body fit for me. That said, I'm using it for running. If I were climbing in it, I might have gone for a M, as it's not too generously sized around the upper back. If you have wide lats, you'll probably want to size up. Review: I'm always glad when Patagonia offers unusual/unique pieces - they often perfectly fit what I'm looking for. This is now my go-to running layer for a wide range of temperatures. I often want something to keep my core a little warmer or cut the wind, but I overheat easily in jackets (I'm also a big fan of vests - if you aren't, this might not be the right jacket for you). The capilene forearm sleeves and double zip are great. I don't always use the hood, but it's thin enough to tuck down the back of the jacket so it isn't flapping in the wind.
Great Product - go back to monochrome colorways
I have two of these and I wear them all the time! My old one is now for climbing (I basically never bring my houdini anymore).excellent breathability and just enough wind protection for quick moving mountain adventures, early morning runs or errand running. I love the fit! Please don't change the sizing as I know a M fits perfect.
A very high quality product
Most months here in the Pacific Northwest are cold, wet, and gloomy. This jacket helps greatly with the cold and wet while running outside. They obviously did some research into materials and design to end up with something so light and breathable, yet warm. The front zipper also has a wide range of open to close, so you can change how cool you wan... Read Moret to be. I've only used it for a few runs, but now I want more of these. Fingers crossed it holds up well to wear and keeps the sweat smell at bay...
Incredible piece of clothing
I tend to run warm, so I struggle with what to wear when I run in 40-50 degree weather. This shirt is designed incredibly well to keep you warm (particularly in the wind), but cool off quickly with the sleeve design. I already bought a second one! This will be my new running staple!
Perfect Cool Weather Trail Layer
This has quickly become my go-to layer for summer alpine runs and fall trails. I love the use of thr capilene sleeves and long chest zipper to dump heat on the approach and stay warm on the ridge line. It packs down small and fits into the pocket of my Strider Pro shorts or a running vest on days with large temperature changes. I regularly wear it ... Read Morewith no base layer t-shirt and love it that way too when the temps range from 45 to 60 F. I am 5 ft 11 in and 160 lbs and the medium fits perfectly. The only minor change I would make is the addition of thumb holes to hold down the capilene sleeve material and keep my hands warmer on chillier days when gloves are not needed yet, but I tend to run particularly cold in my thumb joints.
This is a "Pro" piece for a reason
Reading through the reviews here shows that a lot of people are missing the point of this anorak. It isn't a windshirt, and it's definitely not a jacket that you buy to wear around town. It's meant as your outer layer for high exertion in alpine environments. You layer it over a thin base layer and it fits very close to your body. It... Read More doesn't fit like the standard "causal" Patagonia jackets at all. The concept is that you get some wind/element protection through the core, big front vent, and then UV/wind protection on the arms and neck via the hood. If you're moving hard and summiting 12K+ peaks, this is possibly the best layer for the uphill I've owned. I've used it for mountaineering and for ski touring uphill on volcanoes and it's the best for keeping me warm/protected from the elements without overheating, especially with a pack. This is a very specialized piece. You probably don't need it. But if you go on frequent high-elevation adventures, it's worth its weight in gold.
It's a fine jacket, but then there are plenty of jackets aren't there?
This is a fine jacket, but you can only wear it outdoors. It's not something you can keep on inside all day long like a wind shirt. Patagonia used to make lightweight, half-zip shirts in this material, and I would love to see those again. More shirts, fewer jackets please, Pat.
Why discontinue the airshed pullover?
I cannot understand why Patagonia would discontinue the hoodless airshed pullover. It's perfect for technical stuff, yes, but also to wear to work. This product here looks too much like a coat to wear all day at work. Bring the old one back! There's nothing else on the market like it. Stick with something unique instead of making somethin... Read Moreg that I find with any brand, anywhere.
Hi Ron, thank you for this suggestion; we're passing it along to our product teams. In the meantime, if you purchased the Airshed Pro Pullover and it's not working for you, you're welcome to [return](https://www.patagonia.com/returns.html) it. Also, you might take a look at the Houdini Air Jacket, which is kind of a cross between our Houdini shell and the Airshed Jacket.
This is one of the best pieces of trail running equipment I have ever had. So diverse in its uses and seasons. Disappears to nothing when u dont need it. I find I can layer it over a long sleeve too on colder days and while the run is chilly at the beginning I dont over heat. The hood and extra long sleeves are great for adding warmth.
The Layer you didnt know you NEED!
Absolutely love this piece!! So backstory I have had a Nine Trails jacket for years been repaired twice and still FAB!!, honestly this purchase was past due. Do not let the light weight fool ya! And it wicks great I dont feel sweat build or the jacket hold the moisture, the hood is PERFECT on a windy summit. Must have in your pack go get yours!!!
The fabric on this pullover is fantastic. Slightly stretchy but it blocks wind and snow. It hits a sweet spot in terms of warmth for me between 25 and 35 degrees F. The main issue I have is similar to so many other similar products: I get really warm in my core when running, but my arms get really cold. So many running jackets (this one included)... Read More put breathable fabric on the forearms rather than wind blocking fabric. This leaves me with frozen forearms when I finish a wet run. This pullover would be perfect if they extended the shell fabric over the front/top part of the forearms and added some more ventilation under the arms and back. I will forever be confused why companies make this same mistake over and over when everyone I talk to here in Minnesota has the same complaints.
Thank you so much for taking the time to write this review and for providing this feedback. We will make sure to pass it along to our Product Design Team so they can look into making slight changes to help fix these issues in future designs.
Excellent multi weather running gear
Very happy with this overall. As mentioned it runs small! I own many Patagonia items and this is my first Large. I am an athletic 6' 0" and 175 lbs. I bought both a Medium and Large. The medium fit but was too snug to allow any layering. I am very happy with the Calipene sleeves and hood. Deep vent to dump heat when hot. Is able to pack s... Read Moreuper small for trips. Looking forward to using this for years to come.
Lightweight shell for aerobic activity.
Lightweight shell for aerobic activity. I use it for outdoor running in northern VT with temperature range of 25 -50 degrees F. I use layers underneath when its colder. Light weight and easily packable. Fits easily into hydration pack. I like it so much I have bought this shell as a present. It is a slim fit. I am 5 feet 9 inches and weigh 150
Not quite for Me.
I was looking for something that could bridge the gap between something like a Houdini and a Capilene and it seemed like this was the obvious choice. Having used a houdini and other capilene midlayers/baselayers and longsleeves I thought this would be the ideal product for me. It was just a really weird - way too slim - way too long fit compared to... Read More all their other slim fit medium pieces. But to be fair I also am quite short and little wider, but this just draped over my torso and landed at my mid thigh when I put it on.
Thank you for submitting this review, Jared. You can always reach out to us by phone or by chat if we can be of any help finding something that will work better for you!
Order a size up!
This is a specialized piece, and I definitely wouldn't buy this except for running in like, the 40-50F range. I love it as a slim, incredibly lightweight layer for my runs that doesn't really keep me warm, it just keeps me from getting cold. That said, SIZE UP! I am someone who wears Small for everything. I'm 5'11", 150 lbs... Read More and like slimmer fits, and with a few exceptions almost always wear Smalls--95% of things I try on in Medium feel like they're hanging off my body. This is the least-stretchy piece of clothing I have ever owned. I was technically able to put the Small on, but it felt like I was at risk of tearing the shirt and was suffocatingly tight. I nearly had to get help from a friend to take it off it was so tight and restrictive once I got it on. The Medium size is still honestly tighter and harder to get on than most of my Small shirts, but that's just because it has zero stretch to it. So if this piece interests you and there's ANY question to you about what size to get, get the bigger size. I give it 4*, just docking 1* for the sizing issue--it's pretty specialized in use but very good for those circumstances and something I love using whenever possible.
We really appreciate your detailed and thoughtful feedback on all aspects of this top. By including your height and weight, along with various conditions ideal for this piece, you're helping other customers and our design team. Thanks for taking the time to send us a review, Lee!
Excellent piece of technical gear with weird fit
I bought this because I was struggling to find a running top for the winter. Shell jackets I tried had me sweat soaked a mile or two in. Running shirts/insulating layers became bulky and left me very chilled as the wind picked up. This shirt will cover me from 0-30 f with the right under layer (although its tight enough the option is thin tank up t... Read Moreo thin long sleeve). I think at a colder temp, real high wind, or a walk/hike pace I may need a less permeable wind shirt. My only gripe is that the shoulders chest is cut for fairly skinny build. I tried an xl and it fit my chest and shoulders perfectly but was awkwardly long. Overall I am very happy with this piece because of the temp range and conditions I have used it to cover for my use case
Excellent piece of technical gear with weird fit
I bought this because I was struggling to find a running top for the winter. Shell jackets I tried had me sweat soaked a mile or two in. Running shirts/insulating layers became bulky and left me very chilled as the wind picked up. This shirt will cover me from 0-30 f with the right under layer. I think at a colder temp, real high wind, or a walk/hi... Read Moreke pace I may need a less permeable wind shirt. My only gripe is that the shoulders chest is cut for fairly skinny build. I tried an xl and it fit my chest and shoulders perfectly but was awkwardly long. Overall I am very happy with this piece because of the temp range and conditions I have used it to cover for my use case
A great sun shirt
I had been thinking of a sun shirt to replace my long sleeve base layer. Something with a hood to protect my neck from the sun. Patagonia has one for fishing, but it was not exactly what I was looking for. Colin Haley has a blog called Skagit Alpinism, and recently he had a review of some Patagonia clothes that he digs. I really admire his writing ... Read Morehe has a piercing clarity and lack of ego. In this recent piece he talked this shirt up: It is just what I was looking for. For my action suit I wear a t-shirt base layer, this piece, an R1 hoody, then some puffer. Normally I wear a large in Patagonia clothing. I followed the fit guide and got this in an XL. The fit is almost snug; perfect. I can easily slide the sleeves over my forearms. The double zipper seemed like more than I needed, but I find it very useful. I can zip open the hood and open up the bottom without disturbing the pack sternum strap. Its a little thing, but I like it. Now this is something extra that I don't know where to put. Somewhere Mr. Chouinard, in one of his books, has a table on the environmental cost of shipping things. All I recall is that by ship its not much. Not much by rail. More by truck, and a lot by air. I suggest that Patagonia start a by ground only shipping option. I would even pay more for it. Besides the environmental benefit I think it would be educational for people seeing the option. Just my thoughts
Comfort & Versatility
This is my go to wind shirt! I love the versatility of retaining body heat with the hood and long sleeves but then comfortably pushing up the sleeves, venting with the front zip, wearing a hood that breathes/move moisture. I cant believe how well it functions in a wide range of temperatures.
Specialized piece for the quiver-durability questionable
I normally wear a medium in most cap/Patagonia base layers to get the maximum benefit of next to skin moisture wicking, so I went with the medium and it fits like a glove and is just right. (6 175#) For me theres still enough room to fit a base layer under but I have also used it solo to run up to around 40F with and its great. The GOOD: Wind bloc... Read Moreking of pertex is not 100% (its not meant to be but its actually pretty effective). I absolutely love the ability to modulate heat dumping as I begin to really warm up and also on descents to zip back up to retain heat. I find that wearing this alone or with a base layer covers me in a wide range of temperature from the low teens to the 40s. (F) The Not So Good: I wanted to warn anyone thinking about this layer that its an incredibly specialized piece to add to your quiver. Took it out with a cap base layer under it for a 12mile trail run/hike in about 20-10F weather on a local mountain with decreasing temp as I moved up in elevation. It is a superb piece, BUT my day pack I was wearing with food water and emergency supplies shredded (now bunched, piled and seams are starting to pull) the ultralight Pertex back panel of the garment and the function of it is most certainly affected there. This was after my first inaugural use. This is marketed for running especially shoulder season as a multifunction piece, but if you plan on carrying any gear/water for medium to ultra-long endeavors in a pack you might want to steer clear of this as the ultralight Pertex paneling of the main body appears not durable enough for extended abrasion resistance. Will test this to failure like I do with most of my gear and report back if needed. Patagonia I know it takes up server space, which equates to carbon but please bring back the ability to post photos in reviews, so we can show expected wear patterns on clothing and limitations of gear as well as battle scars on our well-worn stuff! Well waste less carbon by not ordering a an inappropriate for use piece in the first place, and your clothing designers might get a good sample size of where gear is failing to improve upon it.
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Helps cut the wind without sacrificing breathability for cold, windy winter runs
I wear this as an outer layer to cut the wind during cold, windy runs through the winter when it's typically 20-40 outside. This item is very thoughtfully designed. It provides a little shielding from the wind but doesn't overheat me. Traditional running 'jackets' make me WAY too hot and aren't breathable. I really like how... Read More lightweight it is, and I like how the sleeves can be pushed up the forearm. The zipper has a very deep cut which I love, and the zipper is actually 2-way so it can be opened from the bottom. When the zipper is all the way up, the neck resembles a soft buff. I don't find myself using the hood very often but it's well designed and it doesn't catch the wind or flop around when it's not in use. I usually wear a t-shirt, then a base layer, then this Airshed top. I really like how this fits me with the slim cut. I'm running around 20-35 miles per week in NYC, often at night and often in high wind situations along the Hudson.
The only layer you need for most things*
*By most things, I mean wind, light rain, and variable temperatures anywhere between 45-65. I live in Southern California and need a layer 1 out of every 5 days between November and March. But I used to live in San Francisco, where I think this piece would really shine. Function: It's not perfectly windproof, it's not perfectly waterpro... Read Moreof, but if you're dealing with mist, fog, or wind, or any combination of, this is a pretty unbeatable piece. It's enough to cut the chill that would otherwise come about when either stopping, or turning a corner and getting a blast of wind, but it's breathable enough that you won't overheat. My go to trail-running kit would typically be a Houdini jacket stuffed into a running vest to be put on over a short-sleeve. I think that's still a good combo, but airshed pro pullover does pretty much everything the same while remaining much more comfortable and breathable. I would say Houdini might excel if you're hiking, but this excels when running. Fit: Verges on a little tight but made up for in stretch. I'm 5'5" and 130, and wouldn't change a thing. Appreciate the longer sleeves, especially because this piece excels in temps where I wouldn't want gloves but having extra fabric is nice to have. Looks: Stellar. One of my favorite purchases from Patagonia.
Super small & tight, super thin material. Awful.
5'6", 130 pound man, typical distance runner build. I could barely get the small over my head. After I did, the pullover was tight against my rib cage and underarms. The material is thin and cheap-feeling. I am not the kind of person who buys stuff and sends it back; but, in this case, I am. This was a huge miss from my favorite clothing ... Read Morecompany.
What I've been missing
I keep grabbing this even though I have a half dozen other wind jackets/pull-overs I've accumulated over the years. It's ideal for high output aerobic activities in 25-45 degree weather where you're generating a lot of body heat but need wind protection. The thin/breathable arms work really well at dumping heat and avoiding soaking t... Read Morehe arms of your baselayer. They also make it comfortable to wear with just a tshirt, which isn't the case with most windshirts. Good for running, skimo, nordic, mtb/fatbiking and climbing - if you want to just leave your windbreaker layer on for the duration. If you're carrying something for protection for part of your excursion, grab a houdini - less breathable but more wind resistance.
Best Patagonia product out there
I've bought so many of these jackets for family and friends that I've lost count. This jacket has so many uses. I've used it as a layer for skiing, paddle boarding, hiking and to run around town. It does an amazing job self-regulating body temperature and can be worn all seasons and easy to pack. It even folds up into my fanny pack w... Read Morehen I'm hiking. Keep making more colors.
To Thin for Winter Running is LA
The size medium is really a size small. I don't know why clothing companies do that. This jacket is also much thinner than I thought it would be so, I returned it immediately.
Hi Robert! Thank you for taking the time to write us a review. We're really sorry to hear about the disappointment with the pullover. We appreciate your comments and we'll share this with our design team.
Nice Piece, glad I purchased!!
Really love this hoodie. Perfect for cool/windy, cold days running trails in the mountains. Wrist to elbow and hood wicking material take away that clammy touch. Perfect over t-shirt that wicks moisture thru this shell. The Bonus is this pairs perfectly with my Storm Racer Jacket when really cold or really raining or snowing. I had to go a size up ... Read Moreon this piece, seems to run small.
This versatile top is meant for running but is simply a perfect shell for early morning mountain bike rides. The hood is comfortable under a helmet when it's chilly and the sleeves can rolled up when things start to warm. The two-way zipper lets you dump heat as well. The slim-fit is good idea when wearing a hip-pack or backpack and it doesn&#... Read Morex27;t flap in the wind on descents.
Favorite Layer for the Mountains
This has become my favorite layer PNW Volcano season, biking, and alpine rock climbs. Breaths well while skinning, cuts enough of the wind when that starts to pick up, and the sleeves stay up when you gotta reach deep into the crack. Love love love how it packs down to nothing when you're not wearing it. I typically pair it with the merino Cap... Read Moreilene or the Lightweight Cap daily t-shirt depending on what I'm doing.
This is a perfect layer to have for trail runs in Northern California, a slight extra layer that fits snug (including the hood) and can shade from sun and add just a bit of shelter from the cold foggy ocean winds. And the double zipper can ensure the elasticized hood stays fixed and ventilation can happen into the deep zipper opening. Super light a... Read Morend compact too, durable. I love it. Thank you.
Like a few other folks, I wear this primarily as a baselayer, typically as a stand-alone piece. It comprises two superb fabrics and manages moisture very, very well. The deep two-way zip is excellent (very effective at boosting airflow and dumping heat) and the hood provides an almost perfect amount of coverage without impacting vision. Unlike many... Read More ultralight hooded shirts, the hood stays put, does not flop around when running or in high wind, and layers cleanly under a helmet or other layers. I find the cut/sizing to be perfect. Durability is the obvious concern, given the materials and price, but I have a very hard time complaining given the undeniable performance. The only thing I would remove is the stash pouch in the back of the hood. I think this is extraneous on a piece that is otherwise so cleanly minimalist. This is a unique piece of gear. Leave it to Patagonia to come up with something like this. I am aware of maybe only one other halfway comparable design from any other manufacturer that approximates the materials and performance (relative to my use case). It will probably not be like anything else in your closet. (To the design team: please put some thought into a sun protection hoody with identical fit and features but higher UPF materials. Something like that would be an excellent companion to the Airshed Pro. When it comes to sun protection, especially on rock, snow or ice, I find most sun hoodies much too boxy and baggy. I.e. not very great for dynamic, high-output movement. I would love to see a shirt that fits like the Airshed Pro, with the same design features, but incorporating more sun-protective materials for those warm/hot, long, fast, ultra-high UV exposure days.)
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The RURB (Realized Ultimate Reality Baselayer)
After my experience with the Airshed windshirt I wanted a hooded windshirt version. I didn't get it in the Airshed Pro. Instead I got a fully-realized version of those baselayer tops with the wind-block front panels. How I've used the Airshed Pro so far: 1. Hiking in windy conditions in temps from 40s to 60s. Layer a light baselayer bene... Read Moreath (short sleeve or long), wear with baseball cap and maybe gloves. Pull on or remove the hood as needed. Pull on shell layer if really blustery or precip. 2. Snowshoeing. Wear w/ L/S Cap Lightweight baselayer beneath and wind shell over (an old Krushell) for comfort in gusty mid 20s (F) conditions. 3. Biking. Layer beneath a jersey for extra wind blocking. Pull on the hood beneath the helmet if it's chill. Even with a wind jacket, riding in cool conditions always means air infiltration. An inner layer helping to block that makes a surprising difference in comfort. 4. Sleeping. Worn as part of sleep clothes the Airshed Pro stops the air infiltration at the shoulders with my down quilt. And the hood is right there if I feel cold. I've come to really like this thing. The Airshed fabric breathes well and blocks some air movement. The Capilene lower arms and hood offer a way to save heat or shed it with little wearer input or delay of game. The fabric dries quickly if it gets wet. It's bugproof. I prefer wearing a Capilene lightweight shirt beneath, but I have worn next to skin and Airshed is surprisingly comfortable. The pullover weighs basically nothing, and wads into a little ball if I'm not wearing it. It brings a lot for not much weight. Some details. Sizing. My Airshed windshirt XL fits like a sack. I brought the Pro in L, and it's...snug. Very snug. I could not wear more than a light - maybe midweight - baselayer beneath. After using, I don't think you should try to wear with more than that. Despite the snug fit, movement is good with the Pro. I don't feel constrained while wearing, only when putting on or taking off. The hood. Like the R1 hoody, the Airshed Pro hood is like a light, perfectly fitting, balaclava sewn to the neck. Great face coverage when zipped up, easy to shed when unzipped. Sleeves. The Capilene lower sleeves feel fragile. They haven't proven so in use, but I'd push up the sleeves before crack climbing in this shirt. BTW, pushing up the sleeves helps cool down, more that I expected it would. Pocket. There isn't one, and I think it could use one. Just a chest pocket like the Airshed windshirt had... I haven't figured out all the ways the Airshed Pro pullover fits into my existing clothing systems, but I think it has a lot of potential. I've liked it a lot for the systems I've added it to so far.
Great featherweight for races
This jacket is perfect for an over layer on my race suit for skimo races. Super light but cuts just enough wind that I have piece of mind once I start going higher that Im not going to get wind burn at the summit. Honestly I forget its even on me or in my pack. Exactly what I wanted and it hasnt disappointed. The zipper can probably be upgraded to... Read More sustain its life but Im also opening and closing much more at transitions than a typical runner would. Patagonia should seriously consider a spandex suit with kangaroo pouches. Theres definitely a need for a domestic brand to get into the market for race suits and Im sure you wouldnt disappoint.
Ive been running in my pullover for approx a year and very happy with it. I use this in temps from low 40s to 50s. It does a good job of regulating body temps. Wicks moisture well. And also provides some light protection from rain (for heavier rains I use the storm racer). Im 56 with a 43 chest so I opted for the large. Fits me a little loose but n... Read Moreot oversized. Recommended. Great value
Great running top
I bought this for cold weather running and have been very pleased with its performance. For 40 degrees (Fahrenheit) and up, I wear a short sleeve under it. For 20-30 degrees (Fahrenheit), I wear a long sleeve Capilene base layer underneath and it's just the right amount of warmth for me. The built-in hood is enough to keep my ears warm such t... Read Morehat I don't need to wear a beanie. For sizing, I'm 6 ft, 180 lbs, medium build, and in between a medium or a large. For this piece of gear, I went with a large based on other reviews and it fits well, giving me room for layering underneath.
6'2" 220lbs/ lean build, 44ish chest and bigger shoulders. This is a cool looking and functional piece of running gear. I like the anorak styles that are popping up everywhere. The sleeves are more spandex and allow it to easily roll up when you get warm and they won't work their way down like other jacket sleeves. The piece is SUPER... Read More thin. It does seem to block wind for such a thin piece but wear another long sleeve if you want warmth. I think it's a bit overpriced as it doesn't come with any pockets or stash places. It could also be a touch bigger in the upper body, while still retaining a trim jogging fit.
Take the edge off
Not as much of a wind lock as I imagined, but Ive come to appreciate it for higher output activities. It breathes really well and takes the edge off the wind just enough while riding my bike. I appreciate the deep front zipper to dump heat in an instant. I chose to go with a large based on prior reviews and glad I did. A medium would have simply be... Read Moreen skin tight even for my narrow frame. That might work for some, but I like a little room.
This piece works so well. With just a short sleeve Ive run for 2+ hours in cooler temperatures (30-50), including a two hour jaunt this morning in the rain and this piece keeps me warm (but not too warm) and dry. After 10 years in an original Houdini I was hesitant to switch but that went out the window pretty quickly. Hoping it performs in warmer ... Read Moretemps too.
Very good, but could use a few tweaks.
I have had an (non-hooded) Airshed pullover, and after several years of use, I wanted another, but it has evolved into the Airshed Pro. It lost its pocket in the process, and the forearm material has changed. I believe I am have a slim physique, but the slim fit is a little too snug. It makes me wonder whether I will rip the pullover when I remove ... Read Moreit. The forearms are not as wind-protected as in the original. I guess that is intentional. The hood is problematic. The zipper is in the midline, so when it closes, it is very tight over the chin. It would be better if the zipper were not midline, but followed the path of a one-armed Y, so it closed at the jaw. The cut at the chin could be more generous so it weren't so tight, or perhaps it could go higher to cover the mouth with a mesh fabric. It would be nice if the pocket were restored. I really loved the original non-hooded Airshed pullover and would love to buy another. I used to wear it throughout winter in the Northeast with a balaclava on sub-zero (Fahrenheit) days, and it was perfect. This could better in the ways described above.
Hello John, thank you for taking the time to share your feedback. Your review will certainly be helpful to our designers for future product development. If you prefer the previous version, you may want to check our [Worn Wear website](https://wornwear.patagonia.com/) for pre-owned options of past styles from time to time.
Airshed Pullover Pro
First, let me say that when I run, I run hot. Ive been trying for a while to figure out what to wear on 40-50 degree days. I would do a regular ultra light cap long sleeve shirt and run cold because of sweat evaporating and getting me cold in the wind. This jacket covers the temp range I needed and more. If the temps warm up a little just pull the ... Read Moresleeves up and fully zip down front. It allows for me to dump a lot of heat quickly. For cooler days, the hood and extra long sleeves let me leave a hat and gloves in the jeep. Just put the hood up and roll in the longer sleeves and I am good. I wish they would have put another piece of fabric for your fingers to go in. I fell I. Love with the first one so much I purchased another one in black.
no more elbow sweat!
I own the hoodless version:Just enough to keep the extreme chill off while trail running in windy 30 degree weather maintaining the cool/cold feeling with only a short sleeve later underneath. it breaths super-great with no chance of clammy-ness. At 5'11" 195lbs with strong paddlers shoulders a Large fits perfect with a layer underneath (... Read Morea slimfit mid-layer could be added) this could also be used as a midlayer. I mistakenly washed on REGULAR which created a snag but still functions fine. WASH ON DELICATE though it won't stink often. I immediately purchased one for my dad for his birthday.
I want to love this layer but I'm confused at what this layer is intended to do. I'm a seasoned ultrarunner and haven't figured out where it fits. It's not warm enough for a cold-weather layer over a t or longsleeved shirt while running. The materials are seemingly all backwards. The hood material is doesn't block wind, whi... Read Morech is why I want a hood. The zipper placement is awful when zipped, nearly choking me. The back panel is the same fabric as the front panel, which is the last place where I want wind protection. Is it a good-looking, fun layer? Yeah, very much so. But I haven't figured out what it's good for. Did they test this thing at all in the field? Maybe it's good for golfing in 55 degrees.
Thank you for your feedback on the Mens's Airshed Pro Pull Over. We are sorry to hear that it is not what you expected. Layering wise it is really a multi faceted piece. You can add a base layer under it, and wear either a Houdini or Nano on top for colder and gusty days, or you can just use the Airshed it's self for more mild ones. Then always of course if does not work out you are always welcomed to return it.
Great piece of trail kit
It was much lighter out of the box than I expected but the warmth from it was fantastic. I have been using it during hikes and runs as a lightweight shell to deflect the wind. The integrated sleeves are phenomenal for heat control too. Great piece of trail kit for sure. Every runner needs one just like the Houdini :)
Incredibly versatile. Expensive, but if I was to have only one technical shirt in my closet I would probably choose this. For me it functions as a perfect 3.5 season mountain baselayer. Combines two excellent fabrics. Exceptional moisture management - absorbs very little water, dries very fast. Breathes well and the two-way zip is great for dumpin... Read Moreg heat. Hood protects neck and ears nicely. Cut is perfect for active movement and layers cleanly under insulation and/or shells. Construction is very clean. Durability is as youd expect given the design/materials. 6 feet tall; ~165 lbs; 40.25 chest; 15.2 neck; Medium is a perfect trim fit. Last time I was this psyched about a piece of Patagonia gear was the Nano Air.
Leadville Trail 100 User Ultra Marathon musthave
Wore this piece of kit going and down Hope Pass during the Leadville Trail 100 Run. Hood kept the wind cutting me at 12K feet and the double zip allowed breathability on the ascent with sleeves pushed up on the descent. Great mix of fabrics for a true mountain layer piece as day temps fluctuated between 75-50F and i was comfortable for a good 7hr p... Read Moreeriod. Dries remarkably fast even with wearing a hydration vest! 160lbs at 57 this Small fit perfectly as a Medium size had too much belly room (38 chest). Great recommendation from my local Pittsburgh Pa Patagonia store.
Best Multi Temperature Shirt Ever
This is the best multi-temperature running shirt I have ever owned. I start my run with the hood on, zipped up, and sleves down... Then as I warm up, the hood comes down, then start to unzip or roll up the sleves. I basically don't run with anything else on cold days. The large size for me was great so it wasn't too snug but I didn't... Read More feel like I was swimming in anything.
Crazy Versatile Hoodie
Love this hoodie. Used for running, skiing, mountain biking. Nice balance of breathability and minimal wind protection. Hood is great under or over a helmet. Packs up small, dries quick. I am 6'4" 180 pounds and the M fits how I want it to fit, but is a little tough to put on because the body fabric does not stretch much. Once on, it feel... Read Mores great. The sleeves are not long enough to cover hands easily, but I have long arms. I just bought a size L, so I will see how that fits differently. Very broad temperature use range, either as base layer, second layer or mid-layer.
Wear shirts and Run
I have been used Houdini (pull-over, Jacket) for little rain and windy day running several years. This shirts can cover Houdini position for a lot of situation. More breathable fabric, Hoody and long sleeve make me warm. double zipper is so usable for ventilation. Front parts fabric stop wind. When you run long distance on the mountain you can wear... Read More it all day long just adjust sleeves, hoody, and zipper.
Originally ordered these in medium. I went a size up, to large, the pullover is not quite elastic on the waist up to the beginning of the chest. Other than the fine tuning on the size, the pullover is stupendous. I be been wearing everyday since it came in. For a technical piece, there is a lot of versatility, both during sports and in casual setti... Read Morengs. Breathes very well, the arms are stretchy and soft, but have not lost any elasticity since the first day, about a week so far, of every day wear. The pullover feels warm on a spring morning, and although I wish I could feel more wind protection, I dont think I would sacrifice the breathability and pliability for a more windproof fabric. I believe in the power of layering, this garment is quick to stow and deploy, and for 3 seasons at least, it will provide ample flexibility to layer for running and riding.
First, the pullover fits well but is on the slim side so it is not made to go over many layers. Ive used it a few times and found it to not block wind like I thought it would. It is thin so it didnt provide much heat in the 40s. I wore it on its own in the 60s and it stuck to me. The long zipper does allow it to open to let out heat. I think Id onl... Read Morey use it as a second layer but it is not enough for cold days. I like it but it just doesnt seem like an answer in many situations.
Stellar Piece of Kit
Me: 180lbs, 6'1", athletic build, long arms. It: One of the best pieces of gear I've bought. Absolutely perfect for any high-output activity. It doesn't block all the wind--just enough for when you're working--and breathes more than a standard wind shell. I've worn this walking around town and trail running in temps f... Read Morerom 35 F to 60 F. (Adjust your base layer to accommodate different temps. I'm great in this with a t-shirt under if I'm running and it's 40 outside, a mid weight capeline base layer would cover you for colder weather.) It's just a great, super light, super packable outer layer. Ideal for running or skinning. It'd be good for climbing if you were doing single pitch stuff in windy conditions, however, it won't replace a Houdini for a lightweight windshell to throw on at chilly belays. If I could think of a reason to buy another one, I would.
Quality light top
I run 30-60 miles per week depending on the season out here in western Colorado and prefer running longer mountain races. This is a super specific top that I definitely wont be wearing around town but for running it is spot on. Super light and breathable body that blocks the wind and snug fitting capilene forearm sections that stay put when pulling... Read More them up if the sun pokes out for a few minutes. I tend to run warm so even a capilene mid weight long sleeve is the max Ill wear in winter and this top covers a ton of seasons for me, from warm winter days to breezy summer mornings. I fall right between the medium and large size on this (all my other Patagonia running stuff is medium) but the large for this was a good fit, the sleeves on the medium would have definitely been short and the chest tight. The hood is a nice add also, fits well with no fussing around with adjustments when it gets windy up high and dont notice it when its down.
holy smokes this thing is cool. It's the kind of jacket/shell/shirt that only Patagonia could come up with. Some of their best lightweight technical fabrics combined into one piece, and the influence of several similar designs that came before it. I only use this for running and it is the perfect cool and cold weather top for mountain running.... Read More The hood and sleeves with lightweight capilene fabric are my favorite parts. The hood is quiet to wear, fits well, and provides nice warmth and comfort. The sleeves are comfy and stay in place well when I slide them up my forearms when I start to get warm. The fabric of the body fights way above its weight and gives ample wind/water protection. A+, 5 star for sure, this is one of the most unique technical pieces of clothing I own.
What a Surprise
Buying this coat was a shot in the dark because I didn't know what to expect. Reviews mentioned the tight fit so I was worried when I first put it on and felt how constricting it was, but then lo and behold after several days of wearing it running on cold windy days I was totally sold on the fit and comfort of this coat. It will be the coat I ... Read Morewear on all cold and brisk runs from now on.
On the description it said the model was 61 and wearing a medium. Well he must have been 170lbs soaking wet because Im 6 and 190 and its pretty tight. Not really an everyday item either, specialized for mountain running or very active hiking.
Sorry the sizing of the Airshed Pro Running Pullover didn't work for you, Matt. This design is slim fit and specialized to fit the intended sport (in this case, running). If you're looking for a more casual windbreaker, you could consider something from the [Houdini line](https://www.patagonia.com/search/?q=Men%27s+Houdini&lang=en_US). We're also always happy to help you out with garment measurements before your next purchase, just give us a call at 1(800) 638-6464 or chat with us online!
Essential for every run
Ive been looking at the Airshed Pro Pullover since the High Endurance Kit was introduced last year, but decided to wait and see what some of the reviews were before purchasing. Now that my ultramarathon training is starting up for the year, I decided to wait no longer, and Im sure glad I bought it. Im 57, 140 pounds and with the slim fit of this pu... Read Morellover, I purchased a size medium and it fits me perfectly. For reference I wear a size small in the Crosstrek 1/4 zip, better sweater, capilene trail tees, and Snap-T. I also purchased the Storm Racer jacket to wear over my running vest, and for that the size small fit me perfectly. This item is perfect for trail running, when youre moving quickly and the heart is pumping. It blocks a bit of wind and the two zippers allow you to vent easily. I also love the hood, Ive been able to go without a beanie on colder days. When it gets hotter, the sleeves are easy to pull up your arms, effectively turning this into a short sleeve top. The one thing I will say is that I think the Airshed Pro Pullover is perfect for what it is advertised as, a running top. If youre looking for a bit more warmth while hiking, this isnt it. But I think it could be used as good sun protection for hiking in the summer months, though I havent had it long enough to try.
My Go To Cool/Cold Weather Piece
I tend to be cold natured but I run year round so I need good gear. This is the piece I always grab when the temps hovering either above or below freezing - especially with a wind. I had bought this piece because I was so disappointed in how overheated & sweaty I always got in my Patagonia Houdini windbreaker. This piece is breathable but cuts ... Read Morea mild wind and if there is a moderate wind I am good with a tank underneath it. The shirt(coat?) runs snug so I had to go w a medium although I am typically a small. As far as any kind of waterproof or water resistance, this only good for when sprinkling. I have worn this piece during two ultramarathons - with no chaffing or issues (regardless of having an undershirt). I will be buying another when they release the new color.
This shirt is amazingly functional. When you pick it up and put it on you are skeptical, How is this supposed to keep me warm like the spokesperson in the video says it will?? This shirt is so freakishly light, you think, no way is this going to be a functional barrier. I first wore this for an evening winter trail run in Golden Colorado and it was... Read More breezy. Again, I was skeptical, but to my wonderful surprise it just kept getting warmer and warmer as I ran while shedding the winter breeze as if it was a warm afternoon run. I have since worn this shirt multiple times and would highly recommend it to anyone who is out in the elements. I only wish it came in fun crazy colors or patterns, but ya just cant have it all.
More than just for running
This is my go to piece for backcountry skiing, running, and biking. The hood is awesome to deploy in lieu of a hat. Fits great under/over a hat and great under a helmet. Deep zip dumps the heat when you get too hot. Double zipper lets you keep the hood tight and open the zipper from the bottom to regulate your heat. One gripe would be that the sle... Read Moreeves should be longer. I have long arms and I can't get my hands tucked in to the sleeves if I'm out for a short run without gloves. Please make the sleeves longer! Thumb loops or holes would make this an even better piece. Longer sleeves please!
Its kinda weird and I think I love it
It has a 2/3rds length zipper, is a mix of different fabrics, and appears to be a Frankenstein mix of different garments... and it rocks. Its made for running up mountains but I scooped it up for backpacking, biking, or just when I want a super lightweight wind and weather resistant layer. I am a medium for most Patagonia items but am glad I got a ... Read Morelarge for this. 511 175-180.
Fast and light
Nice layer to cut the wind on high output days. One of my fav pieces for many sports. Cuts wind on brisk mornings, dumps heat when needed and breathes incredibly well. Use it mountain biking when its dry and cold out, always in my pack for long days in big mountains climbing and skiing in the spring. Packs small, weighs almost nothing. Shame it onl... Read Morey comes in one color. Would also be rad if the pocket it packs into fit perfectly into a water bottle cage on a bike...
This has become my new favorite piece of technical clothing that I own. I wear this as a base layer next to skin. Solo it works well to cut the wind and provide a slight bit of warmth on a chilly day. Honestly tho this thing is best used as a base layer under a flannel, wool sweater or fleece. It creates an instant warm wind proof system. Under a h... Read Moreard shell - I use it for skiing here in the PNW. I put it on next to skin layered under a fjord flannel or wool sweater. This becomes the most breathable windproof system i own. Allows for easy temp adjustability when going uphill or downhill. Please make some more colors! I am 62 plus, 210 Pounds and I wear a large.....fits perfect.
Great trail running friend
Love the fact how this shirt is slim and fits over 1 (or 2) thin layers. I wear it running and usually wear a long sleeve shirt underneath. The built in hood is snug and keeps you warm. Being able to keep the hood on and then using the lower zipper to dump heat is a great feature. Glad I got a L. Medium would have been a bit snug I guess.
Comfortable, warm piece of kit
First things first: this piece runs VERY small, even compared to other "Slim Fit" Patagonia tops. Seriously, I would advise going up one size from your normal size unless you want it to be nearly compression-fit tight. (For reference, I normally wear a small for a snug fit in something like a Houdini jacket (also a slim fit garment, but t... Read Morehis is quite a bit more snug than that, even.) With that out the way, I was surprised at how substantial this piece feels even while being very thin and low weight. It's super comfortable and kept the wind off and warm while running at 0ºC/32ºF, with a Merino wool base layer top underneath. I can easily see this being adaptable for use anywhere below freezing (with appropriate layering) to cooler springtime temperatures, especially in the shade.
This is the best running mid-layer ever. It fills that gap in the running wardrobe between going out on a cold uncomfortable run in your fall clothes, and soaking 3 separate layers from the inside out because you are wrapped like a mummy. It is so good. Only critiques are... 6 foot 180 Runs a lil long but not too much. Please give us more colors; L... Read Moreove that snow cone blue but I am not quite at that point in my life where I want to buy two of the same exact thing and wear it interchangeably until I die (although this top wouldn't be a bad option).
I was very optimistic about this piece of Patagonias trail running kit, but I have found it to have a chilling effect whenever Ive used it at mid 30 degree temps. Im convinced it actually makes me colder! On a brighter note, I cannot speak highly enough about the capilene air hoody, that piece keeps me warm in mid 30 degree temps even if Im drenche... Read Mored in sweat.
Amazing design features, was a little skeptical about the two-way zipper but have to come to love it, dumps heat but still keeps the hood up. The one issue I have is it is a very snug fit. Im 510, 170lbs and on the brink of the medium being too small. Theres enough room for two tight/thin layers underneath but not much else. Still plenty warm with ... Read Morethat combo, did 10 miles in the snow/sleet and was quite comfortable. Really impressed with how adaptable this piece is.
my go-to layer for every run now
i love it and use for every run since i've bought it. the sizing was a little surprising as it provides a snug fit, but it is by design, and the fabric stretches amazingly so zero discomfort. things i love: 1. the modularity. during the run i can switch hood, sleeves, zippers back and fourth to my liking, which replaces the need of buff, arm ... Read Moresleeves, jacket. super comfy for the temperatures between 40-60. 2. much better breathability compared to houdini air 3. it's quiet. i thought my houdini air was quiet, but this one is ninja-quiet then. what i don't like: 1. i with there was more fabric on the zipper pull garage. when i zip it all the way up i can feel the numbing cold of the metal zipper pull on my face in chilly/windy conditions. 2. the packability is not great. the designed pocked is hard to deal with. and nope, it doesn't fit into any of the pockets on striders pro shorts. not sure about durability as i run in this one for less than a month. but i definitely love this piece of gear a looking forward to covering many trail miles in it!
From the second I stepped out the door on my first run with this hoody, I knew it would be a favorite. I've been running for 15+ years and this is honestly one of the best cool weather tops I've ever worn. It's the perfect mix of materials. The sleeves are comfy and long enough to pull over your hands if it's cold. The double zi... Read Morepper is amazing and makes it so you can vent without having the collar of the jacket flapping around in the wind. The hood is perfect for adding just a little warmth, and when it's down it is snug enough that it doesn't catch the wind. Just be aware that it is cut a little long and a little slim. Perfect for those of us with a runner's build, but bigger people may not like the fit as much.
This was outstanding, first time I wore it was on a 50k trail run. When I pulled it out of the box I knew right away I was really going to like this. Didn't even need to break it in, I wore just this and had no issues at all running with it on. I was a little nervous that it was going to rub to much on my nipples but it did not. Their still th... Read Moreere haha
Perfect Running Pull Over
This has been a perfect running pull over for me. I love the sleeve materials that are long to cover my hands if its cold and pull up to my elbows when warm. I've worn this pull over during rainy runs in the upper 60s and mountain trail runs in the mid 40s. I couldn't be happier with its flexibility and performance
Versatility reigns supreme
Purchased this for hiking in the Dolomites this summer, where we experienced a wide range of temperatures (10c to 25c), due to both elevation (2000m to 3500m) and the notorious changes in weather mountains are known for. Wore a single layer underneath (merino t-shirt), which was perfect. Very often I wore this setup from morning to evening, only l... Read Moreayering up if stopping, or rain. The hybrid construction, which I initially was slightly sceptical about, worked really well. Helps with wind where needed, but has super comfortable and breathable hood and sleeves. You'll even manage if you get caught in a short shower, where the DWR of the torso wicks well for a while. If it starts raining properly however, you want to pull out your shell.
2 zippers yes!
Years ago back when their long sleeves lightweight caps has zippers, I was hoping they could add another to act like a vent, cos single zippers always leave the collar flapping around when fully opened. Surprise surprise they get rid all of it together! lol Im not gonna add much on this awesome mid but maybe just the words from Luke Nelson : Its an... Read More amazing piece. (It is!)
Great Piece but smells
First off I gotta say this thing is great... Loved it on my recent trip to Patagonia. My primary use for it is backpacking and it works great. It is definitely a true slim fit and the bottom half of the sleeves are pretty tight making wearing a long sleeve under it pretty uncomfortable. The deep zipper does a great job at dumping heat on climbs and... Read More zips up easy once you're at the summit. One complaint about is though... it is permanently funky smelling. I know this can happen in synthetics but this just smells gross now despite washing.
Perfect pullover for running in four seasons
I am pleased that I finally purchased this excellent pullover. The hood is simply perfect - the best. The sleeves are just of right length. The color is also terrific. Now, a comment to the designer(s) of this excellent item: The pocket in the hood is of no use to me an everyday/ordinary runner. How about a small pocket with zipper in the back righ... Read Moret side (like the wind-shield pullover I have from Patagonia, which I wear since 2005)? Think about it in your next version.
Slim Fit- yes very...
I purchased this as an upgrade to the original airshed pullover which is one of the best pieces I have ever owned from Patagonia. As stated, new Airshed Pro is a "slim fit" which it most definitely is. I am 5-9" - 158 lbs and ordered a medium. The length was OK but it was like wearing a very tight cycling jersey. Also as noted in t... Read Morehe description - the material in the arms and hood is not the same as the body or upper arm. It is tight fitting "capilene cool" fabric which feels like lycra. So if you're looking to replace the original Airshed Pullover - be aware this new version is a distant cousin at best.
My Favorite Shirt
I own last year's version of this shirt, and wear it all the time. This version is awesome, and fixes my one complaint about my other shirt. The stretch material on the forearms makes it much easier to pull the sleeves up. I wear this shirt all the time, most frequently for mountain biking. It is light weight, breathable, blocks wind, and pack... Read Mores down when it is time to take it off. I wear it everywhere, my one request would be more colors so I can wear it without looking like I am wearing the same shirt every day.
Incredible piece - hard to describe
This is one of those niche pieces that comes along every few years that can probably be only appreciated by gear head nerds. It is sold as a running shirt but I always wanted a super light base layer hoody for skiing and mountaineering and this is the best that I have found. I wear it next to skin and use the hood under a helmet = perfect! Just got... Read More back from a four day ski tour and never took it off, love it. I would wear it as a mountaineering base layer too. The forearms are super lightweight and will not hold up to rock climbing or probably even 25 plus days of skiing but I really love this piece. I hope Patagonia makes more colors and styles in the future. Thank you!
Best Patagonia Piece I've Ever Purchased
While it's true the color on the sleeves/hood is not accurate to the photo (there's some grey in the capilene material, and not clean stripes like shown) it doesn't matter one bit, this is an amazing piece. I am a lanky 6'2" 175 lbs and the large fits perfect with a generous, long cut perfect for biking and slim tailored sh... Read Moreoulder and sleeves. It's the best fitting piece I've purchased from Patagonia. Way more slim and long than the Houdini that this replaced. Combine that all with light breathable fabric, and it is truly a gem. The only downside I could see is it being harder to layer underneath than a baggier jacket like the Houdini, but this piece is still more versatile.
A great versatile piece
This is probably the most versatile lightweight shell I own. Cuts the wind a decent amount yet breathes amazing well. That's a tough balance to achieve but it does. It's a trimmer fit, and I bought a size up from what I normally wear to ease putting it on (and off) on the go. The double zipper in the front is brilliant, as it allows one t... Read Moreo keep the hood in place around your head, but still allows you to ventilate your chest. On my piece, the Capilene Cool fabric in the hood & lower sleeves has grey striping intermixed with the base color, so it doesn't look the same as the pictures on the website (where it the piece is mono-colored). The contrast makes for kind of a weird aesthetic, but given the overall performance - easy to forgive. The only suggested improvement to be perfect would be to add a chest pocket, but I'm still giving it the top rating because of it's versatility.
The BEST active top
This is an awesome running layer. Really diverse, keeps you cool by dumping heat but blocks out a decent wind gust. The sleeves push up on the forearms and stay in place. I've keep them up for an hour run without them showing any signs of stretching or falling back down. I'd call this perfection if they'd put the pocket back. I kno... Read Morew this is more of a base layer than anything but I don't think anyone will be sad to have that spare pocket.
Best light weight running option out there
I don't tend to write reviews all that much, but this is one exception. This item is one of the best made pieces of running gear Patagonia has made! Very comfortable and lightweight. Living in the PNW this is a must for the cooler days and also potentially getting caught in some light rain along the way.
one of the best running gear from patagonia..
next to houdini, i would say this is the best running gear patagonia has produced. with a capilene light T shirt and the airshed pro, i was able to regulate heat on local trail run that ranged in elev from 1500ft to 7000ft on a semi rainy day in Feb with wind (Los Angeles, Mt Wilson). The 2 standout feature for me are the longer sleeves and double ... Read Morezipper. I think it would be even better if the sleeves were even bit longer with thumb holes. the double zipper is a game changer for allowing for more versatility.. why not do this on other items like houdini jacket patagonia! i would love to be able to wear houdini like a cape so i can access my running pack while having the hood on.
For something so lightweight, it works remarkably well. I had been waiting for months for the HEK to be released, so I bought this immediately without seeing it in person. My first impression was how light it is. So light, I didnt expect it to work. Ive used this on 3 long weekend trail outings so far, in temps ranging from 30F and windy to around ... Read More45F and sunny. Each time Ive been wearing a thin capilene style long sleeve layer below the pullover and the two layers have been just about perfect. I dont want to mislead anyone about warmth though - this is not insulated in any way, but it effectively shields the wind and helps retain a little heat if youre moving. I really like the cut. Feels like its not even there. Time will tell how well it holds up to extended use. After about 10 hours of wearing this with the new hydration pack (which is also great) there are no visible signs of wear. So in the end, its pretty great for its intended use.
Beautifully designed tech piece
Have just used this for a bit but can't speak highly enough of it. Its design allows it to be an extremely lightweight and versatile piece. It can dump heat or retain warmth depending on how you wear it. There are two zippers allowing you to zip up both, so the hood is zipped up to keep the ears warm while the chest area is open to dump heat i... Read Moren the core. The forearms and hood are stretchy and very breathable. I particularly love the long, athletic/slim-fit cut. I am 6'4" and the size L fits me great. Highly recommended for trail running and cross-country skiing. Would also be great for hiking or climbing.
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