Gear Review

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Cap 2 convert

Usually I stick with the cap 3 tops because I am cold blooded, but I recently purchased a 2 for fringe seasons (not everything revolves around snow, I know...I know...). Needless to say, it has made me start to rethink my baselayer weight preferences. Lightweight but warm, breathes very well (I was using it as a sun protection layer on a hike last week), and is cut nicely. The baselayers from Patagonia have always fit well (now, if only that were true for the mid layers...)

In sum - great for spring/summer/fall, we'll see how the winter treats me but I have high hopes. Maybe it's time to retire the cap 3?