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Jeff M.

Jeff M.

Jeff M.wrote a review of on December 18, 2018

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Fit: True to size
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 240 lbs
Size Purchased: XXL

Just purchased another Capilene medium weight shirt and still love this shirt. This latest shirt did seem to have a little more stretch and length in sleeves than previous years but I actually appreciate this very minor change. Everything else has stayed true to my first Capilene medium weight from 4 years ago (which I still wear btw). I also have several pair of the pants in this weight which I love as well. They are super versatile and can be worn in most fall winter spring weather where I live. I just add layers on top as needed. I also have a cap 4 shirt and R1 hoody and honestly prefer this medium weight for a base layer unless I will be outside for long periods in extreme cold (R1 is great for that). Patagonia has great products and I will continue to purchase here from backcountry during sale seasons :-).

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Jeff M.

Jeff M.wrote a review of on November 24, 2018

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Fit: True to size
Height: 6'
Size Purchased: XXL

These are the best baselayer shirts I have ever had. I love the grid pattern in these and have for the last few years since they started this. I stay dry in these no matter how active I am and if it gets wet while in rain the shirt dries so fast it’s awesome. I wear these mostly for work but also for riding dirt bikes and hiking in the winter and currently have 4 of these hoping get get a few more soon. I also have the medium weight pants and use for when it’s really cold out as a base layer under my pants. Love both.

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Jeff M.wrote a question about on January 18, 2016

Will these keep my feet drier than medium phd socks? I wear phd medium at work in currently 20 degree f weather where I am in and out of a truck. My feet stay mostly warm but by the end of the day my feet are wet and slightly cold from sweat. I am wearing Skechers composite toe (required by work) work shoes (like tennis shoes) which are mostly leather and may be preventing the socks from airing out. I am wondering it the thicker heavy phd socks will keep my feet drier since there is more fabric for the moisture to move into keeping it away from my feet? I suppose I should also keep the heater off of my feet in the truck to reduce sweating as well.

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Jeff M.wrote a question about on December 10, 2015

Can someone compare the thickness of the power grid for this mid weight with UA please? I have the Capilene lightweight and it is about the same thickness as UA 1.0 grid base layers. I need thicker ones as well but don't want to overheat as I tend to with many thicker bottoms. I Also have a R1 hoodie, so if you can't comment on US maybe compare to R1 grid thickness. Any info would be appreciated. Thanks.

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