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I love this shirt. It's warm, comfy and moves great no matter what sort of activity I'm doing.
i love a good 1/2 zip in the cooler months. it's one of the most versatile pieces of clothing i have. my old moonstone (rip) windpro fleece was starting to look a little tattered, and seeing as i now have a dog, i was looking for a replacement that was comparable in weight, had a chest pocket, and wouldn't collect a lot of hair from a constantly shedding labrador.
i was looking at the marmot powerstretch 1/2 zip, the arc'teryx rho ar zip top, and the cloudveil run don't walk. after returning the arc'teryx for a weird skirt-like fit, i stopped by my local shop where they sold the marmot. the fit in the body was snug, but the collar was way too loose. plus the zipper stuck when using it, and the zipper track ended about an inch short of where the top of the collar ends, leaving a gap.
i ended up ordering the cloudveil site-unseen. i usually wear a large in most brands. when it arrived it was a bit too large, and as a base layer, i like the snugger fit. so i exchanged it for a medium which worked out. the fit is great, not too tight. the flat seams are also a bonus when layering on top of this .the deep zipper helps dump heat when inside. if you are considering any of the other two, i would definitely recommend the cloudveil over the others.
i'm very happy with this top and will probably live in it most of the winter and fall. it's a great weight to wear over a tshirt when it's in the upper 40's. and because of the smooth-face powerstretch fleece, you can layer it under another fleece when it gets chilly and it will not hinder mobility. also, i am now dog hair free. or my top is anyway.
Cloudveil Run Don't Walk 1/2-Zip Long-Sleeve Shirt
Cloudveil continues to impress me with stylish garments that fit as well as they look. I have been wearing two of these which I purchased in the spring. My short stocky stature fits well in this wide and short cut shirt. The breathability is good and I often find myself wearing them as a base layer though not it's original design. A great piece for colder mornings during the spring and fall.