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Cozy feel with great mobility.
This is a warm base layer that is so comfortable (I love the bottoms too). You don't feel any seams and the mobility is great for active wear as well as lounging around. I usually wear a small in Patagonia tops, but this item was very snug, and the wool was a little itchy with the tight fit, so I exchanged for a medium which feels great.
I want to wear it every day all day. It is perfectly cozy. Not too hot, not too thin. It looks great standing alone, but fits nicely under layers. The length is great for being physical, it doesnt ride up your back. I plan to winter hike with it as a base layer. Before next winter however, I may wear it out as I dont want to take it off!
One of my favorite layers on the trail. Fabric is great at dumping heat while channeling cool air to the core. Perfect if you're heading out in 40° and coming home sweaty in the 70°s. I have the hoodie and the crew which both get plenty of use. The hoodie I've had for about two years and it just keeps getting softer and more well-loved. T... Read Morehe crew is newer and by comparison the hoodie is clearly holding its shape and defending its title as one of the most dependable layers in the mix.
Nice base layer
The top fits perfectly: not too snug, not too loose, and I love the cable knit pattern. From my experience, wool base layers are itchy on my skin, but with this one it's not bad. I still wear it with a tank top underneath though and it does keep me warmer than other types of base layers.
Nice and Toasty
Though I am not convinced at the durability of the material (and how long it's going to last before snagging on a zipper or the many other things out there) this top is super warm. It looks small, but stretches and fits at a "slim fit" but comfortably... not to tight anywhere, just tight enough to the body to layer.
Perfect layer for winter / snow sports
This is my go-to base layer for skiing and hiking in the winter. I also have the hooded version for colder days when I want something up around my neck. It is soft and feels very light yet does a good job of keeping the warmth in. I layer with one other wind proof piece and then my insulated jacket on cold days. Its perfect!
Love the fit, hate the pilling
I like the texture of the fabric and the fit of this shirt. The length is just right, it doesn't ride up, form-flattering without overly constraining movement. It never goes to town, though. One needs a sweater shaver to address the copious amounts of pilling. This shirt is relegated to trail-only use, when it shouldn't have to be.
Hi Laura, thanks for taking the time to write your thoughts on the Capilene Air Crew Neck Shirt and we're very sorry to hear it has begun to pill. Pilling can be inevitable with knit garments as it is the nature of those fibers, though as you mentioned, a fabric shaver should do the trick to get rid of it and help it look good as new! To prevent pilling in the future, try washing it either by hand in cool to cold water, or separately in your washing machine on the gentle cycle. It's best to lay it flat to dry rather than place it in the dryer where the fabric can easily get upbraided. Of course, if you aren't satisfied with this product, you may consider sending it in for [warranty evaluation](https://www.patagonia.com/returns.html).
My favorite shirt
It's excellent at thermoregulation, soft, and durable. I own two, and my current strategy is wearing this at work (I like to think I'm pulling it off with a pencil skirt or tucked into dress pants) or while hiking, though I had to delegate one exclusively to hiking only after it got scruffed up (but didn't rip!) after I recklessly ba... Read Morerreled through some thorny and dense underbrush while hiking on a poorly-defined "trail". To clarify, the only defects with the shirt that I caused by badly mistreating it are minor cosmetic ones that don't impact its ability to function as a fantastic base layer
thin material, not warm
would not recommend for base layer as material is super thin and not warm
Hi Paula, we're very sorry the Capilene Air Crew Neck Shirt didn't work for you and that you didn't find it warm enough as a baselayer. If you're looking for an alternative, you may want to consider checking out the [Capilene Thermal Weight Crew](https://www.patagonia.com/product/womens-capilene-thermal-weight-crew-neck-shirt/43650.html?dwvar_43650_color=BLK&cgid=root).
Absolutely beautiful color but crazy itchy. For this price I was so disappointed. Returned
Thank you for the feedback on the Patagonia Women's Capilene® Air Crew Neck Shirt. We are sorry to hear that it did not meet your expectations. We do fully understand that wool is not a good feel for everyone. Please feel free to reach out to us at 800-638-6464 if you would ever like to discuss another product.
A cold old lady LOVES and APPRECIATES this item!
This is my 4thCapilene Air Crew shirt...I really AM most cold blooded and need base layers that take good care of me...and this is THE ITEM. I wear them all day every day now that November is here. It is light, good colors, easy to keep clean...and sincerely important to my well being at 87!! Thanks patagonia, for being the good company you are!!
I most often wear this shirt as a top (not only as a layer), and like my tops loose. The material is soft and holds its shape and texture well so it stays tidy-looking! I love wearing wool, and this shirt holds up better and longer than any other brands. I often get compliments when Im wearing this shirt, and cant recommend it highly enough. Worth ... Read Morethe cost, if youre looking for a cool/cold weather staple.
Lose the tag, Patagonia!
This is an amazing shirt. Its warm, breathes well, has no seams or tight corners that chafe BUT it has a cloth sewn-in tag that makes absolutely no sense for a base layer. If you would make this one little change, Patagonia - no cloth tags in base layers! - or maybe even no cloth tags period, it would improve your product and would also reduce the ... Read Morewaste caused by using all those materials and human effort needed to create a cloth tag that no one wants anyway. #losethetag
My Absolute Favorite "Sweater"
I absolutely love this garment. I use it as a workplace appropriate "sweater" in the office. I use it as a hiking layer, as a baselayer for skiing, and as a "put together" sweater for drinks out on a weeknight. The best part? I can wash it in my washing machine and set in the sun to dry. Also important to me: I have had a do... Read Moreuble mastectomy, and this sweater flatters my flat chest so well. I feel beautiful and put-together in it. I hope this top stays in Patagonia's product line for years to come.
Snagged first time I wore it
Purple is nice bright color, lightweight and perfect for layering. However snagged on my first time of wearing. At this price, I expect a better product. This was a disappointment.
Thank you for your review on our Capilene Air Crew Neck Shirt. Unfortunately, there isn't any knit that isn't prone to snagging, the loose fibers make it more susceptible. With that said, all our items are backed by our Ironclad Guarantee, so if you find that you aren't happy with your purchase, you're welcome to [send it back](https://www.patagonia.com/returns.html) for warranty evaluation.
Super warm and awesome at wicking.
I have recommended this top to all my friends and they love it too. It is all you need when you fat tire bike or skate ski (or any other sport that you warm up fast) in the winter with a light shell. And did I mention the wicking, it is unbelievable about drying out so so fast and it is so warm! My friends could not believe how nice it looks too, t... Read Morehey thought I was wearing a work sweater.
Got the hoodie version last year and it kept me so warm all winter long walking, snow shoeing and alpine skiing. Wanted the crewneck version to wear during Covid working at home. Love it so much ended up buying two crews. Wear all different ways alone, under a fleece and over a T. Easy to wash/dry in machine warm, delicate wash and air / low temp. ... Read Moremachine dry. Does not retain odors like the old poly-pro. Highly Recommend.
Best throw on ever
Purchased two last year at the home store for a weekend trip to Ojai. Truly the BEST. Keeps me warm when needed but never too hot. Easy to stuff in your bag for when needed. They have kept their shape thru numerous washings/dryings too. Just got a third and will order more in the future!! This is my go to piece.
As soon as I put this shirt on, I knew I would love it. It's stretchy and soft, the shoulders fit great, and the sleeves are long enough for my long arms. On a recent trip, I wore it a few days in a row and it stayed smelling fine - in contrast to my 100% Capilene wear which tends to trap odors. I also like the neckline - though it's not ... Read Moreas flattering for casual wear, its high design is warm and practical for active pursuits in cooler weather. The torso is also long enough not to expose anything when I'm reaching (something I appreciate since I have a bit of a belly these days). I've also washed it a bunch and it seems to be holding up well. Highly recommend.
Really like this!
I was a little skeptical because this is a thin, lightweight shirt, but it's really effective in keeping you warm without bulk. Very pretty blue shade, though darker than I thought after seeing it online. I've found myself reaching for this multiple times. After washing a couple of times in a garment bag to protect it, it's come out ... Read Morelooking great. I line dry it because there's no room for shrink. Expensive but I'm getting a lot of use out of it.
Lightweight breathable warmth
Our daughter gifted this in a Medium which usually works for my 135 lb 56 frame. Since its super-stretchy it did fit - as a clingy base layer. But i also wanted to wear it without covering it. And the M revealed the muffin Ive gained during Covid lockdowns. So I swapped it for a Large - which works great: close not clingy. Very comfortable! Love it... Read More!
Perfect fit. True to size. The sleeves hit me mid hand which is perfect for cooler morning walks and they push up and stay put easily for when it gets warmer. Color is pretty - hardest part for me is determining if this shirt should be used as casual wear or for workouts/active wear. Such a dilemma!
I have broad shoulders and am big chested. I often need an XXL to fit but this shirt is stretchy and while form fitting, it is still soft, comfortable , attractive and practical. It is warm and wicking and it works as my base layer for mtb, road riding and fat biking all winter and late fall. It has held up very well as I ride outside year round . ... Read MoreI own three now so I keep one for off bike wear as they are very pretty. I have two mint green ones and was thrilled to see this purple one which I bought for my hubby to give me for my birthday! Please consider making more XXL sizes Id like to try one on , but thank you for making this big enough to fit me !
Only base layer you need
I bought this base layer bc it looked soft and flexible online. WOW! I havent taken it off since. Its warm and soft and I can wear it for days without needing to wash it. I want to return other base layers I bought separately bc theyre unnecessary now that I have this. I ordered the pants version recently.
More than a baselayer
First off I love this garment (I have in black). I've worn it as a shirt, a baselayer, and a sweater. Size down if you really want a formfitting baselayer. Great temperature regulation and looks put together and was perfect for my month long winter Europe light backpack trip. I wear it all the time as it takes a lot to really get this thing gr... Read Moreimy so it doesn't need that many washings and doesnt' hold onto smells (or so my family tells me!) Does attract dog hair and after heavy use has pilled slightly, BUT I bought a Sweater Stone (as was recommended by staff) to fix that right up which it mostly did. Caution: be VERY careful when using a Sweater Stone on this fabric because I pretty easily tore two small holes in the front, which considering the price is a HUGE bummer and reduces the versatility of the garment (still functional for keeping warm but not great for looking good). User error and c'est la vie. I will try to nab another color when/if it ever goes on sale and recommend to anyone looking for a truly wearable garment. Would love it in primary colors, earth tones, neutrals, everything. Mock neck would be great too. I could just go on. Great for people who really value their material objects, as it is just great design. Bury me in this.
Soft and warm
After months of borrowing my husbands - I finally got my own. Im normally a medium but went with an XL to keep that oversized wearing my husbands shirt vibe When he purchased his months ago, I was convinced it would snag and look ratty after a few washes. I was wrong! This item gets softer with wear and (knock on wood) has yet to show signs of w... Read Moreear. Highly recommend
the perfect long sleeve
so happy to finally add this piece to my wardrobe. its the most versatile and the one i want closest to my skin when layering. its perfect for high aerobic activities like running and snowboarding but is so flattering tucked into jeans or shorts for casual wear too. its temperature regulating which also makes it delicious to sleep in on cold nights... Read More camping. its a somewhat delicate material so i wouldnt wear it climbing or hiking through brush but the breathability is well worth it. ive already ordered in the blue and know itll be a staple year round.
This base layer is super warm, but only after one wear and wash (I hand-washed and air-dried it) it developed a hole and it pills so badly all overit looks terrible. For how expensive it was, I was really hoping it would hold up longer. Super disappointed. :(
Thank you for the feedback on that and we're so sorry to hear about the pilling after one wear. Sadly, we do see pilling happen on knit garments and it can be unavoidable in many circumstances. With that being said though, you can usually remove those at home or you are always welcome to [return](https://www.patagonia.com/returns.html) anything you aren't happy with.
So light and stretchy
Great lightweight yet warm, stretchy and flattering base layer. Bought both XXS (Dark Green) and XS (Bright pink) for my 32A 103# frame. Both fit but the XXS looks better b/c the XS neckline comes up too high and bunches a little. Also the pink is not as soft as the green. Also the green has pilled a little with use. Not a deal breaker Will keep th... Read Moree Green but might return the unworn pink oneI like my next-to-skin base layers soft.
Love this shirt and pretty much want to wear it every day since I received it. Perfect for layering. Warm but breathable. Like a couple other reviewers I'm tall and thin and haven't had great luck with Patagonia tops in the past - most things too big or boxy or both. 5'8 120, got an XS, and this fits me perfectly. There's someth... Read Moreing slightly off about the fit (the neck is a bit too high?) but it's hard to complain. The arms are long enough!! I've only air dried it thus far - am a bit scared to put it in the dryer, but will try eventually..and if it doesn't shrink i'll purchase others! Would love more pretty colors (I have the "spanish red"color). Thanks Patagonia for a home run with this one.
Delicious light wool sweater
I have three of these lovely sweaters, and layer them up as it gets chilly. I can wear it under a fleece and a jacket in chilly weather to stay warm. The top is loose knit, so it is a bit stretchy and comfortable. Nice length, perfect fit for my 5'3, 108 lb. frame. it is also tailored and attractive, so great with jeans or running or yoga tigh... Read Morets. I usually wear a light base layer under it. Versatile.
This is literally the first Patagonia shirt I've ever purchased that fits right off the shelf! Usually I have to buy men's XXS and have them tailored. The women's shirts are always wayyyy too boxy, but then they also have the shortest sleeves ever. The men's shirts are boxy (they're for men, after all), but at least the sle... Read Moreeves will reach my wrists. This one though! It takes the cake! Fitted enough to make me look like a woman under my layers; long enough to keep me warm all the way to my wrists. Well done, Patagonia. Keep it up! For reference, yes I'm tall (5'7") and skinny (110#), and I'm a climber (muscular shoulders). So my fit issues may not be representative of the general public. But there's a lot of tall skinny climber chicks out there with money to spend on well-made technical clothing.
Genius material for any purpose
I do not have words for how much I love this product. I have three of the Capilene Air, 2 crew and 1 hoodie. I wear them skiing, post surfing, casual everyday, even to the office. I first bought a hoodie version the first season Patagonia released the product- then end of season bought 2 more. I bought it as a base layer just for the ski season. I ... Read Moream a die-hard fan of the Thermal Weight Zip-Hoodie and thought there is no way Patagonia could top this. But they DID. I bought all three Airs in Large bc I wanted a bit more loose fitting. I am 51 athletic build, 36D. I am sure Medium would have been fine as well, but I like the beneficial effect of having it loose fitting. Incredible, keeps you warm but also with no other layers under you can go out on a hike starting in the cool morning and then stay totally temperature regulated when it get really warm in the afternoon. So incredibleit feels like you are wearing a light linen shirtthe fabric lets air just flow through cooling you down. During the winter I actually just had a micro down jacket over it with a thin capilene under my shell, and for spring skiing just wore a thin capilene and the Air hoodie under my shelleven when sweating and then a cool down period, I did not get a chill. It is an ingenious fabric.
Great looking shirt but runs SO HOT
I was hoping this would be a new baselayer but it's impossibly warm. The good news is that it looks great and I wear it as a regular shirt, but I cannot do any sporting in it without sweating immediately. So it's still a good piece but I definitely can't use it as intended. Waaayyy warmer than a regular weight merino (150), and doesn... Read More't seem to wick as well IMO.
Best Baselayer/Product EVER.
I've owned my Cap Air (then Merino Air) since 2015, and it is the single most important piece of technical clothing that I own. You are pretty much guaranteed to find me wearing it while doing any outdoor activity when it’s under 40 degrees (cycling, running, backcountry skiing, traveling, …anything to be outside! It is the absolute best.
This is a very versatile
This is a very versatile sweater. Can be a baselayer or a comfortable and attractive sweater to wear for daily chores and activities. I also plan to wear it for yoga classes. It has enough stretch to be worn to yoga class. The sleeves are long on me, but I just push them up.
This is a game changer. I was a bit hesitant on the warmth vs cooling as I work in remote lodges and it can be very cold, but I'm also moving around a lot. It's like I'm wearing nothing at all! The wind doesn't transfer throughout it and the warmth stays in. When I am very active the sweat is instantly wicked away. I've wor... Read Moren it for 5 days now and it doesn't stink (Not a lot of access to laundry) If you're on the fence about this like I was- buy this and add it to your permanent collection because it is WELL worth it!
This soft warm top is so comfortable I want to wear it all the time. It's also great looking, with lots of texture and nice details like the slightly darker trim around the wrists and the gently rolled neck opening. I usually wear it over a light weight T while road biking or for yoga and often get the comment, "Nice sweater! Where'd... Read More you get it?" I'd wear it out to dinner too, but don't want to spill food on it. With a windbreaker on top, it's unbeatable for warmth. I'm 5'6", weigh about 115, and the Small is a great fit. For a more rugged fabric, try the capilene thermal weight crew: good for climbing/mntn biking, can be washed several times a week with no special care, and is very warm.
Love this base layer!
I was so excited to get this, and really fell in love with it off the bat. I'm in between small and medium sizes, but the medium just had a little too much material for me. I'm 5'2" and 143lbs but slim build on top. The material is soft and I haven't had issues with itchiness either. Really pleased with the purchase and wou... Read Moreld definitely buy this again.
the best I have ever found.
These Capilene Air pieces are the best. They keep you from getting sweaty while keeping you warm and comfortable. They have become my go-to tops for almost all my activities. Can't go skiing without this layer & my cold weather mountain bike riding is much more comfortable without overheating. This top is easy to wash and dry and has heald... Read More up extremely well considering how much I use & wear. I have 4 now in different colors because I choose these over every other winter top. The ones with the balaclava included (like a hood) are the ones to get!
Very light weight and seemed that it would be warm for weight but I wanted to wear next to skin and was too itchy for me so I sent it back.
Sorry to hear the Capilene Air was too itchy for you, but we really appreciate the great feedback, Ona! In the future, we're happy to [help](https://help.patagonia.com/s/) you [return](https://help.patagonia.com/s/topic/0TO1L0000002yyTWAQ/returns-exchanges) the item to a Patagonia-owned store or to our main service center for merchandise credit or a refund, so don't hesitate to reach out to us.
Not super soft, it is wool after all, but much softer than lots of other wool garments out there. The structure feels great. So light and breathable and yet so warm too. Amazing. I will be using this for work, casual, going out on the town and of course epic exercise adventuring - it really can do it all! 5’7” 140 / straight build and the medium is... Read More perfect. Snug but plenty of room to move and stretch and nicely long (hits mid-butt pulled all the way down).
The capilene air crew met my expectations and more. It is soft and warm, great as an underlayer or comfortable on its own in warmer conditions. Lightweight and warm, can't beat that. I was previously a fan of the merino wool top, that has been discontinued, and this is the first time I have found an item to replace it for warmth and comfort.
This top is super warm! But, way to big. I am 5'7", 130 lbs, I ordered this top among several others in small and they were all too big.
We're sorry to hear this was too big, Tory! If you'd like to try the size XS, just let us know and we'd be happy to waive the shipping charge. Thanks for your feedback.
Not as described. Its actually just a cheap looking knit texture uberthin sweater from China.... the kind you find at Ross for $9.99. Don't waste your money.
Hi Kristina, thanks for writing us a review. We're sorry to hear about the disappointment with the crew. Your satisfaction is always guaranteed so you're welcome to [return](https://www.patagonia.com/returns.html#searchterm=return).
I was not expecting to see so many finishing flaws in the shirt such as loose threads. In addition, it runs very small. I am 5'0 and weigh 115 pounds - I ordered a medium and it is snug except for the sleeves that go beyond my fingertips. I washed it and hung it to dry and it shrunk so now I cannot wear it at all.
We're sorry to hear this shrunk and that it has some loose threads. As always, you are welcome to [return](https://www.patagonia.com/returns.html) it back to us under warranty. We went ahead and emailed you a free shipping label in this instance. Thank you for your review!
Stretchy, soft, and warm
My new favorite. 5'3" 125lb size small is perfect fit. You may need an undershirt - the material is sheer so a dark bra makes the shirt see-through if you aren't wearing layers over it. I got the Feather Grey with Birch White, this is a light grey, my computer made it look like it had more of a brown tint than reality. It's su... Read Morech a nice material, it could be used for just about any sport but also looks great for work.
BEST BASELAYER EVER!
I have this crew in the gray and I LOVE it! I live in Montana where the winter is brutally cold. I used it for running, skiing, hiking, and mountain biking last year during a record breaking winter! It is super cozy, not itchy at all despite its wool blend. I would recommend it to anyone who runs, or skis in colder conditions, or just runs cold. I ... Read Moreeven have worn it casually to and from class and work on some really cold days. I plan on ordering another one soon. The fit is pretty true I consistently wear a medium in other Patagonia tops and the medium fits great. Definitely order this if you're a cold weather adventurer!
Best Baselayers I've Owned!
I am someone who is always cold. Always. I was a bit skeptical at first when I saw this sweater but ended up reaching for it every day and bought more colours so I didn't feel guilty about wearing the same shirt every day. I work outside in any type of weather and these shirts have kept me at a comfortable temperature through the rainiest day ... Read Morein recent memory as well as during a brisk, sunny, autumn day. Fully recommend.
SO warm & lightweight
I am chronically cold due to an illness that caused me to lose a substantial amount of weight. I was looking for a warm base layer for everyday life that wasn’t bulky. This fit the bill. It made me so toasty. It’s pricey, but definitely worth it. If I can afford another, I’ll buy one bc I think I’ll be wearing this every day during my New England f... Read Moreall & winter. Thanks!
I’m hiking the Portuguese Camino right now. This is my go-to sweater bought specifically for this trip, but won’t be as soon as I’m back in Canada. The 3-D weave although you might THINK it’s great, is completely worn off and pilled up where my pack sits and looks like crap. I’m guessing any added thermal value that the weave added is moot in that ... Read Morearea as well. It’s a costly piece of clothing made for what? Looking good in a downtown coffee shop THINKING about doing something adventurous? Patagonia, I thought your clothing was for outdoor pursuits. This falls grossly flat. To bad, it’s super comfy, but it’s totally to good to be true. Save your money.
We're sorry to hear about your crew. Feel free to start a return [here](https://www.patagonia.ca/canada-returns.html#searchterm=return).
I bought my first Cap Air Crew last winter and found myself digging through my laundry basket every time I went skiing and decided it was time to add another to my rotation. This is also a piece I wear casually since it looks so much like a regular. Great ski day to Apres piece!
Great Base Layer
Capelene Air Crew Long underwear is the first base layer containing wool that has not caused any skin irritation or itchiness on my skin. It is so comfortable, flexible, and nearly weightless, Yet, it certainly keeps you warm. The open weave and texture is quite an ingenious invention. Congratulations to the Patagonia fabric engineers.
Classic all-around piece for looks and performance
I would call this a light sweater. It's so nice, I haven't yet worn it for activities involving sweat. But that time will come while traveling and adventuring! The cut, fit, material (soft, no itch and no chafe for my sensitive skin) and features are all high quality and functional. Hugs in all the right places for my taste.
Fit and texture are great
I thought this would be a good layer for chilly riding conditions and luckily, I was right. I ended up buying 2 for a 4-day bike-pack tour. I slept in it, wore it when it was damp from dew. I also wore it on the 4th day without washing it and it was just fine. Great casual sweater and was not itchy or too hot, except in direct sun while exercising ... Read More/ riding uphill. Got tons of compliments from other riders, too! Style points.
Just bought a Second One
This Spring while on a hut to hut ski trip one of my friends was raving about her new "favorite" shirt. So much so that I purchased one several weeks ago. Because it's still been early Spring and slightly cold, I found myself wearing this as a light "sweater". And I'm embarrassed to say that I wore it 5 out of the 7 da... Read Moreys last week. So I just went in and ordered another one. Because you know how that goes, you find something you love.........
Love it and may never take it off
Light weight and breathable yet warm, maintains shape yet stretchy and comfortable, does not stink like my R1 with wear yet also does not itch and I am very sensitive to wool. Super versatile and works as technical apparel, everyday, or travel piece. I wear it to work with a skirt and leggings, and then drive to the hill and am ready to skin up for... Read More an afterwork backcountry ski lap without changing clothing. Fits true to size for Patagonia. I am 5'4 120 lbs and typically wear a XS to S in most brands, but have been a S in Patagonia since they made their sizing quite small about 5 years ago or so. I bought this in a S and it fits great. Win win and why not add an extra win just because.
Can’t live without Capiline Air
I used my leggings and top all winter and now am using them into spring. Went on a road trip south and was able to throw them on during chilly nights. They are warm when you need them to be but they vent if it’s a bit cooler. I love them. The texture is interesting but I personally loved it. I will be getting another set going into winter!
The Everything Shirt
Capeline Air. A fine merino sweater destined for adventure. Is it expensive? Yes. But I wore this recently for 5 days straight. It was laundry day, but I was busy. Not only did I look good, I DIDN'T SMELL. And I wore it skiing, after skiing, riding my cargo bike around town with 2 kids in it, cooking dinner, skiing again....I may even have sle... Read Morept in it. Imagine your 5 favorite shirts. How much were they? Yeah. Now imagine you spent less on one great piece that will do everything and allow you to pack that much lighter. When I pulled it out of the package I felt like it was too nice to use as a base layer. Well it is nice, but it's SO nice you can wear it as a base layer all the way to a fine sweater over a collared shirt for a PTA function ON THE SAME DAY. tldr; buy it, no regret.
Looked terrific...before I wore it.
I purchased a black Capilene Air crewneck and a navy Capilene Air hoody (fall 2018). I wore the crewneck twice before a large hole appeared on the front of the garment. The navy hoody hasn't fared much better--lots of pilling. It's disappointing, particularly because neither top was used as activewear. Patagonia clothing usually withstand... Read Mores my outdoor pursuits and I've enjoyed years of wear. I hope these will be improved in the future.
Best thing ever
This is the softest, warmest, most breathable baselayer ever. I’ve worn it almost every day this winter, from skiing to working in the shop. The fabric is a little delicate, but it’s still worth the price. And yes, it pills, but I appreciate it’s functionality enough to overlook that. I want 5 more. Please keep making this product!
Great idea. Looks terrible after one wash.
I loved the feel of this baselayer. It's warm, but stretchy (unlike heavier Capilene). After one wash, the top was totally pilled. After three washes, it had a handful of holes in the fabric. Really disappointing. I hope they PG goes back to the R&D phase to get this product right. I'd buy a stack of these shirts if they didn't l... Read Moreook like garbage after a bit use.
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