Patagonia Capilene 4 Expedition Weight Zip-Neck

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Specs

Weight 7.7 oz / 218 g
Solid Fabric 5.9 oz Polartec® Power Dry® 94% Polyester, 53% Recycled, 6% Spandex, Gladiodor®
Heathered Fabric 5.9 oz Polartec Power Dry 94% Polyester, 52% Recycled, 6% Spandex, Gladiodor®

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This is THE staple of my winter wardrobe. I think…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars

This is THE staple of my winter wardrobe. I think my friends get sick of seeing me wear these. They are spendy when they aren't on sale, but you can't beat the warmth, sooo warm. Worth every single penny.

One thing that is important to mention: if you don't really NEED the warmth of Capilene 4, and you think you will be sweating a lot, Capilene 4 will make you too hot. It's fantastic for slow mountaineering, taking in the beautiful winter scenery, and doing all that standing around in the cold that seems to end up happening. Not so great for fast pursuits, very warm bodies, and lots of sweating, even if it is cold.

rated 5.00 of 5 stars All Capilene 4 Expedition Weight Zip-Neck versions

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Capilene 4 is Patagonia's warmest synthetic baselayer it keeps you dry and warm in the coldest conditions.

- CampSaver.com

The warmest and most breathable base layer in the Patagonia Capilene line, Capilene 4 Expedition Weight women's long underwear zip top keeps you cozy in cold weather and vents heat with a zipper.

- REI

Exertion in cold weather can leave you feeling damp and clammy. That's not a problem in the Patagonia Capilene 4 Expedition Weight Zip-Neck. Super warm and breathable, with fast dry times, this heavyweight baselayer keeps you comfortable as you climb higher and push harder in chilly conditions. Polygiene(R) permanent odor control Polartec(R) Power Dry(R) High Efficiency(TM) fabric has a smooth jersey face for easy layering Open grid next to skin provides superior warmth, breathability and moisture-wicking performance Spandex adds stretch and ease of movement Thumb loops for secure hand coverage Long center front zipper vents body heat Cut long enough to tuck in Articulated raglan sleeves minimize chafe, maximize movement 3.8-oz (129-g) Polartec(R) Power Dry(R) High Efficiency(TM) fabric (solids: 92% all-recycled polyester/8% spandex; heathers: 91% polyester (30% recycled)/9% spandex)

- OMCgear

High peaks mean low temperatures. Stay dry and comfortable in your pursuit of alpine objectives in this lightweight, compressible zip-neck. Capilene(R) 4 fabric is the warmest and most breathable baselayer in the Capilene family. It has a soft, stretchy feel, with a smooth jersey face that glides beneath layers. Its open grid brushed fleece interior warms your core, wicks moisture and rests smoothly against the skin. Details include raglan sleeve construction for complete shoulder mobility, hidden thumb loops to ensure wrist coverage, and an elongated front zipper for efficient venting. The baseball-style hem stays put under a harness. Made of 3.8-oz proprietary performance Polartec(R) Power Dry(R) High Efficiency? fabric that has Gladiodor(R) odor control for the garment.

- Patagonia.com

Conquer bitingly cold conditions in the Patagonia Women's Capilene 4 Expedition Weight Zip-Neck Top whether you're skiing at night, ice climbing, mountaineering in arctic temps, or camping in winter. Its Polartec Power Dry High Efficiency fabric (Patagonia's warmest, most breathable baselayer fabric) includes a hefty amount of polyester that warms you to the core, and a bit of spandex that lets you move freely so you don't feel restricted when you reach high up to make that axe placement while you're ice climbing. Don't worry about stinking up the cabin after an intense night ski session because this baselayer has Polygiene permanent odor control that keeps stenches to a minimum. In case you get too hot, which is a big possibility,. Patagonia integrated a long front zipper to vent excess heat. The thumbholes secure wrist coverage and keep the sleeves in place when you're layering. The articulated raglan sleeves minimize chafe for comfort and maximize movement for an ultimate performance.

- Backcountry.com