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Gear Review: Cloudveil Run Don't Walk Light Shirt Baselayer

This tester favorite was popular for climbing, mountain biking, and layering. The Polartec Power Dry fabric aided quick drying.

All-Conditions Synthetic

The stretchy, athletic fit on this all-purpose shirt made it a tester favorite. It felt comfortable whether we were climbing, mountain biking, or layering up inside a not-quite-warm-enough sleeping bag. Polartec Power Dry fabric, with an interior waffle pattern, wicks and dries efficiently.

An effective but unobtrusive collar seals out drafts, gusseted sleeves allow unrestricted mobility–even for a wide-shouldered, six-foot tester–and the trim cut leaves no baggy material around the waist. $85; 9 oz. (m’s L); men’s S-XXL, women’s XS-XL; cloudveil.com.

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