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Patagonia Capilene Thermal Weight Zip-Neck Top - Women's

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    5 Reviews


    Stay toasty while you're slashing powder with the Patagonia Women's Capilene Thermal Weight Zip-Neck Top. A lofted grid pattern on the inside traps heat and wicks sweat so you stay dry and warm, and spandex helps it move with you under layers for unrestricted mobility while you're skiing, skinning, or hiking. It's also breathable to keep you from overheating on leg-burning runs or warm spring days, and the 1/4-length zipper lets you quickly dump excess heat when you're working your way up a steep skin track. Plus, a Polygiene finish fights odor so laundry is the last thing you have to worry about after an exhausting day on the slopes.
    • Polartec Power Grid fabric
    • Polygiene odor control treatment
    • bluesign-approved fabric
    • Slim fit
    • Thumbhole cuffs
    • 1/4-zip mock neck
    • Item #PAT00ZF

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    Recommended Use
    skiing, snowboarding
    [solids] Polartec Power Grid (92% polyester, 8% spandex), [heathers] Polartec Power Grid (61% polyester, 30% recycled polyester, 9% spandex)

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    Love Patagonia

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Medium

    Very comfortable, i wore it biking in 45 degrees and i was cozy. I did buy this for skiing but got it after the season was over. Want a warmer base layer. I am 5'4", 150 lbs and the medium fits well. The shirt looks kinda thin, but hoping it will be good in vermont in january. I do have the capilene MW in large, kinda big without something under it. That is comfy too.
    Got them on sale, they have washed well and have no odor after wearing them. I can still layer with the medium size also. I am like a size 10-12 top.

    Cozy and versatile.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    Admittedly I wear this layer for just about everything. It's lightweight, yet super warm as a baselayer and keeps me comfortable as a standalone layer when I'm doing aerobic activities during warmer-cool-ish temps. The grid material wicks away moisture and dries quickly. I wear it trail running, skiing, hiking, and well, just about everything else. I purchased a small, which is a shade loose and not all that form fitting, but it's super comfortable. Ordinarily I wear an XS in most Patagonia items, but size up when I want a little extra room.

    The grid material is a shade see-thru, simply because of the fabric technology (not because of durability or a poorly made product) - this just makes the piece more breathable, not to mention its construction contributes to the moisture-wicking and quick-drying performance, and therefore makes you more comfortable.

    It's intended to be worn as your first line of defense, and then layered atop if the conditions call for it (i.e. really cold skiing conditions vs chilly-ish trail running conditions). If you're looking for warmth, layer this Thermal weight piece underneath a heavier mid-layer and then carry-on with your personal layering preferences.

    Not perfect but pretty darn good

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size

    Likes: the fabric is really soft and warm, the cut is loose enough under the armpits and long enough for good coverage when I move and the weight is super light. It just feels darn good to wear.
    Dislikes: the zipper is a little heavy for the fabric and makes the collar lay funny, the lower part of the arms/wrist is waaayyy too loose and lets in cold air, and while the fabric is super toasty, it does let wind right through...which is sort of anti-toasty. I plan to sleep in it when backpacking so the wind won't be much of an issue

    I love Patagonia!

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Large

    Soft, different kind of material that makes a huge difference against skin, it is longer than expected, which is great! You can wear it over jeans in town or tuck them into your snow pants while skiing. The quarter zip is the perfect length. It’s a perfect base layer, plus can’t go wrong with Patagonia’s lifetime guarantee.

    Not as hearty as expected

      Just received this but was horribly disappointed when I opened it. The fabric, though fits beautifully and is soft to the skin, is thin. Super thin. You can see straight through the fabric. I must admit I was expecting something a bit more substantial, even as a base layer. The color is beautiful and the thumb loops are impeccably placed. I think I would have really enjoyed this product if it hadn't been so thin, but I need something I know is going to keep me warm.

      This doesn't even make sense. It's a base layer, so it's not going to be mid-layer weight. If you want something that's going to be as warm as a mid-layer, get the R1. Otherwise, this is an excellent base layer for cold temperatures and high energy activities. Know the purpose of what you're buying before you give it a 2/5 star review. I think the men's version, which isn't any different than the women's, is absolutely perfect as a heavy weight BASE layer.

      While it's true you can see through the fabric when you hold it up to the light, it is also full of long fuzzy capilene on the inside. It's greater in stops, so there is a strip of fuzzy capilene, then a strip of the thinner fabric. The fabric overall is built to trap in the heat with the loftiness of the fleece/fuzzy capilene, but also allow for breathability, which is where the thinner strips of fabric come in to play. I've been really happy with mine on those colder ski days when the temps are dropping into the teens and single digits. I think it was a really smart way to construct the fabric.