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Favorite Workout Top
I really had no idea the Houdini Air jacket could be bumped from the top, but this jacket/shirt is fast becoming a favorite. The fit is slim by design - no heat loss or baggy fabric. The arms are a different soft fabric to ease pulling them up on warm days. Careful not to snag them on bushes. The generous zipper vents perfectly. The hood provides e... Read Morexcellent protection from wind, rain, and sun. Now that it is winter, it performs equally well when cross country skiing.
excellent for trail running
this hoodie is the best layer i have for summer trail runs in the high mountains. perfect for cool starts, or for staying the perfect temperature while gaining elevation... it's breathable enough to wear for the whole run, even as you warm up, though stashing it is not a problem as it is super lightweight. Only improvement i'd make is to ... Read Moreadd a front pocket/pocket stuff sack like on the houdini windbreaker jacket.
Needs Style Change!
GREAT layer to get you through many seasons. Now my go-to for running and biking in cooler or wetter weather. Only complaint is the SUPER UNFLATTERING style - the bottom band makes everyone look like a muffin top. Really hoping they update this in the future because the layer itself is amazing.
Hi Evelyn! Thank you for taking the time to write us a review. We're really sorry to hear about the disappointment with the fit. Feedback like this is crucial to improving products for future seasons so we'll share this with our design team.
I simply live in it
Over the years, I have accumulated about 5 of these tops. Why? Because I have figured out that I do not need anything else! I run in the hills in them, mountain bike, climb.. and simply live in them! It's really great for high-output activities as well as keeping you nice and warm regardless of whether it is winter or summer. If you ever buy o... Read Morenly one thing from Patagonia, this must be it!
Wasn't sure I'd like it...
But I do! It was much lighter than I anticipated but I have found this to be a good alternative to just a wind shirt. I can wear a base layer under it or just a t-shirt, but the high neck with windproof chest provides a wind break which is perfect for cool fall runs. I think it will also be great for backcountry skiing/skinning. Pleasantly surprise... Read Mored!
Loooooooove my new jacket! Can't wait to go running with it. The color is beautiful and it's just overall well-made. I miss the thumb-holes, though. I read in the description that it should have those and mine definitely don't! It's 29°C right now so I haven't tried the jacket yet and I'm curious how windproof it will ... Read Morebe once the weather will start to change, but based on the reviews of others I'm not too concerned :)
Weird fit, bring back the OG air shed!
I loved loved loved the AirShed Shirt. I loved it so much that when I lectured on avalanche safety to my classes, I would find a way to work it into my talks. I tried to convince everyone I knew to buy it. Patagonia stopped making that quarter zip long sleeve and seemingly replaced it with this. This shirt fits super weird. I have a straight body a... Read Morend its very tight on my hips (which Ive never said in my life about any piece of clothing). The fabric is different on the forearms and though, again, Ive never, in my life, said my forearms are cold, they are every time I wear this shirt! Functionally, its okay but I get way steamier in it than I did in the airshed shirt. Sigh.
Hi Sara, thank you for this feedback. We're so sorry to hear this pullover has been a disappointment! Especially when you were so happy with the Airshed Shirt. As you probably know, you're welcome to [return](https://www.patagonia.com/returns.html) anything that doesn't work for you. You can also reach out to our Customer Service Team with any questions or for guidance.
Attention to Details Lacking
The zipper freezes in place and won't slide on cold days. The seam between the different kinds of fabric on the arms is scratchy. There is no pocket. Overall, I love my original airshed way better--had thought I was upgrading b/c I wanted a hood, but definitely a downgrade.
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Compact, super comfortable and versatile layer
This is a regular go-to layer for me when fell/trail/ mountain running as well as for casual outdoor use. It is compact and light enough to stuff into my running pack but is perfect for running in when there is a cool breeze giving some added warmth without over heating. The material feels so comfortable against the skin with zero annoying seam rub... Read Mores and a wonderful light hood to pull up and down to further adjust body temperature. The sleeves can also be pushed up and down and will stay in place whilst running. Perfect!
Top 5 favorite pieces
The breathability and fit on this pull over are what make it so great. I wear mine in 40-50 degree weather for 10-20mile runs and never have a problem with overheating or being too cold. The only thing I wish is that it were made with the option of having no hood! I dont need a hood while running.
I ordered this as a wind breaking layer for long runs and hikes. The reviews were great, but I have to admit, I was skeptical when I got it. Its very thin and I wasnt sure it would do what I needed. I have to say, I was very pleased and impressed after my first run. It started as a mid layer but quickly became the main layer (I live in Montana and ... Read Moreits a mild winter, so its been 35-45 degrees during my runs). Its the perfect layer to keep you warm in cooler temperatures once youve worked up a sweat. It provides wind protection and wicks dry very quickly. Ive taken it on a handful of runs now and continue to be happy with my purchase.
This is the best
I geek out on simple, effective designs. I could ramble on and on about how incredible this layer is. First - temperature range. Have worn from 15 degrees and windy with layers underneath to 45 and sunny with just a tee under and it works great. The vent zipper front is purposeful and easy - the hood is light but great at keeping in heat without ne... Read Moreeding a hat and easy to shed once warm. The longer sleeves serve their purpose keeping hands a little warmer (I opt for gloves if below 24F). Size is great, I sometimes run between a small and medium (57 / 135) in other brands but a solid small in Patagonia which simplifies things. If this were a little bigger though it would still fit fine. The band at the bottom stays put, it doesnt ride up or pull with a hydration vest, the pouch on the hood serves its purpose (although Ive yet to take it off during a run). Lightweight and quick drying material and my favorite part that other windbreaker/shell layers have failed on in the past it doesnt stink! Havent had to wash it yet after a dozen wears (might be time soon ;). Only teeny thing is when tromping through briars, the sleeve fabric does pull and ends up with loose threads. Not a deal breaker though. So well thought out and a staple for me for winter and cold weather running.
Take this to another level
Been using this top for a while and want to add that this same top would make a great vest. (Same zipper length, cut, material). It would provide just that little added core warmth when a wind picks up and always am looking for tops with hoods. Would like to see brighter colors as I run back-country where hunters are, safety in general and just for... Read More fun.
Great new layering piece!
I'm a sucker for new products that Patagonia launches, and was excited to take this new pull-over out a few times over the last few weeks as we transition to fall/winter. I sometimes struggle with what to wear during transition seasons, and this piece was incredibly warm, yet breathable as I heated up during my run. Two pieces of feedback are:... Read More 1. I have always been a Medium in Patagonia sizing, and my body has not changed significantly enough to downsize to a small... but I'm finding more and more that Patagonia has adjusted their sizing to run larger, requiring me to size down. I'm 5'10, 145 pounds and a 34C, and the jacket fit perfectly. 2. I wish it had thumb holes. The sleeves are long and I appreciate I can pull them over my hands, but I'd rather pay a few dollars extra just for thumb holes.
Perfect lightweight layer
I really like how this can be worn in so many ways -- I can comfortably wear this for runs when it is up to about 55-60 degrees by itself, and if I put a long sleeved wool baselayer underneath I can wear it when it's 35 degrees out. I also like how I can have the hood up to keep my hair back and keep my head warm, but I can unzip the front to ... Read Morelet out heat. I'm 5'10, 165 pounds and often in between a medium and large for other Patagonia products. I went with a large in this since I figured I'd want to layer under it and it fits great. I wish these didn't sell out so quickly. Please make in more colors!
I thought the Houdini was the ultimate jacket, but the Airshed is perfect. I thought it would bother me that its not full zip, but the zipper is ample for on and off. I also find myself leaving this on for the entire run as it breathes so well. Fit is true to size with enough room for a capilene shirt to fit comfortably underneath.
I like it, but not love it
My initial impression of the new Airshed is that I like it, but don't love it. It's the beginning of the season for wearing it here in coastal CA, and maybe my perspective will change over the season. A great concept for variable mountain conditions, which is why I bought it. But it suffers from the problem of serving many design purposes... Read More at the same time, but none of them really well. A general problem with hybrid clothing. For instance, the collar works great when the hood is fully on. But hard to wear comfortably with just the collar up (no hood). No matter where I zip it, it is somewhat bunchy or floppy. The hood is great when worn alone -- but doesn't fit so great over a baseball cap type running hat. The long sleeves are useful to pull over your hands -- but awkward extra fabric otherwise. I'd really just rather bring a pair of liner gloves than have all that extra material. I will wait until later in the season to decide, but I might shorten the sleeves. I have quite long arms, so I can't imagine how it would be on someone with normal or shorter arms. I have the original Airshed and love it. My go-to daily running layer in the autumn and spring. And it still will be. I think this new version will be useful in windier, blowing fog conditions at higher elevations (with the hood). But ironically, possibly less versatile than the original design, especially for layering. The fit overall is as expected, and seems best with a wool t-shirt underneath. Works well in windy or foggy conditions in the 40s and 50s. Probably will use my original Airshed so I can wear a heavier, long sleeve layer when it is in the 30s.
Hi A'na, thank you so much for taking the time to write this detailed product review. We've passed your feedback along to our Design Team who are constantly revising and improving our styles.
If you live in the mountains this is a top that should always be with you and that's easy as it packs in to nothingness. This is a form-fitting yet stretchy top with great features like sleeves that easily can be pulled up as they are stretchy knit, an awesome hood to keep that ridge-top wind off the neck and ears warm and the long zipper I li... Read Moreke for peeling the top off to tie around my waist without having stop to take off a hydration belt. I would like to see this made with a very bright color option for safety in hunting season and basic visibility. Another must-have/essential product for venturing outdoors with the intention to be immersed and enjoying it instead of grimacing into the wind.
Should have bought this a long time ago
Perfect! Great stretch, body hugging layer for cool morning runs and ridge runs where wind becomes a factor. Whisper light and does more than any top should with the addition of a hood and long zipper for venting plus for removing of top without unbuckling waist-belt of pack. This is a top that will never get left at home. Now I wish there were som... Read Moree other colors. I prefer bright for safety during hunting season and also to be found in an emergency.
everything run top
Does everything you need for a trail running top - covers that colder summer morning or shoulder season weather, but can be worn into the 50F weather if you roll up the sleeves. I LOVE the hood for sun protection or just a little bit of warmth when you dont want to bring an actual hat or headband. It is a slim fit, but I got an XS, which is what I ... Read Morewear in tops. So slim, but accurate to size.
Niche Piece for High Output Activities
The fit is very good. The sleeve length is long enough to cover the tops of my hands. The waist stays put & doesn't ride up when you run. The hood fits perfectly. The Airshed is great as a light layer to protect from wind. It's perfect when the temps are around upper 50s to 60s. As you get warm, you can easily vent it with the zipper.... Read More I think this piece would not be enough in cool or cold conditions if you weren't running or hiking fast. Otherwise, it's great.
Perfect light wind pro and mtn worthy layer
Absolutely love this over a cool capilene short sleeve shirt on milder days when wind pro is key but Im running warm, or over a thin fleece or wool layer when warmth and wind pro is desired. Fits under the running pack perfectly, and the two-way sleek zipper is absolutely amazing from a venting perspective with and without the hood in use. This wil... Read Morel be my fav layer for chilly days above treeline, ultras, and other big mtn adventuresso lightweight and packs down very small in the pack. Love the close fitting hood and high zipper to protect the chin etc. Im 55 127 and went w medium to have a bit of layering room and long arms and its absolutely perfect.
Everyone needs this piece!
I usually order a large but decided to go with XL incase I wanted to layer underneath it and I am glad I did. Sleeves are a little long but I don't mind that when using it for riding. The only thing I would suggest is some kind of pocket would be nice. It's a great versatile piece when you need just a little something to block the wind an... Read Mored packets small. More colors would be nice too.
The new Airshed Pro delivers!
Tested this on a ski tour recently and LOVE the improvements - so much more breathable than previous generations. Perfect for outdoor pursuits where output is high, and the need for breathability and wind resistance is key to maintaining comfort over extended periods. An invaluable piece of any cold weather layering strategy!!
The Best Running Layer EVER
This is by far my most favorite running shirt for cool and cold weather, fall, winter, spring and even summer in the mountains. The fit is fantastic, and I love the elastic at hip to keep it from riding up. The hood is perfect insurance when you don't want to bring a beanie, ditto the wrist cuffs. The long zipper makes it easy to take off whil... Read Moree running and tie around waist and it stuffs small into my running vest. My only wish is that they made another color, I need two for my rotation. I wear it almost every day!!
Good Temp Control but Not Made for People with Hips
I was torn between giving this 4 stars or 3. It's more like a 3.5. Got this for running outdoors in colder weather (since I'll be doing much more of that during the pandemic!) Pros: pretty color, nice long arms to cover your hands in chilly temps. Probably the biggest pro is the temperature control on this jacket. It's the best I&#x... Read More27;ve ever had. Went for a run in 43 degrees, and my upper body was the perfect temperature the entire time I was running. Really impressive! Cons: This is NOT designed for humans with hips. The top half of the jacket is nice and loose, but the bottom section is obviously tight around my hips. I had hoped that the gray fabric along the bottom would secure the jacket in place, but alas: the bottom of this jacket rode up my entire run, preferring to sit in my waistline than stay put. After the first mile and a half I gave up adjusting it (I would have to adjust once every 30 seconds otherwise) and just...let a strip of my midriff show. I don't think I could wear anything other than high-waisted running tights or leggings with this jacket because of that. I don't think sizing up would change anything, because the sleeves and the top of the jacket fit perfectly, maybe even slightly looser than is needed. It's just the cut of this jacket that makes it not friendly for any humans with hips. Because of the amazing temperature control, I'll be keeping my jacket and letting my midriff show for all the world to see. But if that's not something you're comfortable with, I'd look for another option.
My favorite item
I love this jacket. I got it as a gift and it is by far my favorite Patagonia item. Even in 30-40 degree weather it keeps me so warm without any extra bulk. If I get too warm, I just unzip the front from the bottom up to allow for airflow. I love the fact the sleeves are long and I can cover my hands without having to wear gloves and then let my ha... Read Morends breathe when I warm up. I run with my dog and I love the fact that this is so light weight and not bulky. I have a running belt/leash that use with my dog that I can wear right over it with room to spare. I dont have to fight with trying to zip up winter running attire. I just put on my Airshed Pro, snap the dog to my waist and head out the door for my morning runs. Thanks for keeping me so warm on these crisp cold mornings.
I have to join the chorus, I love this top
I am 5'8" about 136 pounds, I wear a small in most Patgonia jackets and medium in their tops, I wasn't sure if this was a "top"or a "jacket" so I ordered both sizes, the small was a bu\it tight in the waist but fit otherwise, I went with the medium. It is everything everyone says, lightweight but a little warm if ... Read Moreyou need it, works in variable temperature well, I wear it mountain biking and I don't get too hot, it blocks the wind but doesn't feel stuffy or suffocating. And, OK, yesterday I wore it to Costco because I just didn't want to take it off. Really fantastic. It is also a nice color.
Glad I tried this, a new piece from the endurance trail running kit. Online it seems like just a half zip. But Im person its much better. Super soft arms, ultra light breathable shell. Excellent light layer for when you start out in the cold, but will warm up during the run, and then need a layer for the cold at the end of the day. It fits so nicel... Read Morey that I didnt want to take it off when it arrived and wore it for work (work from home). Expect to get a lot of use out of this. Left one star off because description says it has mittens and it doesnt; instead the sleeves are long enough to wrap over the hands. I actually prefer this long sleeve option but want to note the difference.
Great piece, runs small
I got this for running on cool mornings and for a little sun protection. I've also been using it for biking down hill when I might get a little chilly. I love how light and breathable it is. And it does give you the right amount of warmth and wind/sun protection. I usually order size medium in most Patagonia clothes. This pullover runs just a ... Read Morelittle tighter and shorter than I would've liked. Mostly the bottom band near your waist is the tight part and sometimes rides up. If I bought again, I would get size Large for myself, but I could still make due with the medium.
Not as described
I own a lot of Patagonia; my airshed pullover is hands down my favorite piece for running. So I was super excited when I saw the release of the pro version! I just got it in the mail today, however, and am feeling ambivalent because of the following: 1. At the time I write this, the description says this has "Built-in thumb loops and fold-ove... Read Morer mitts for added protection on colder days". Unless I missed something, the airshed pro pullover does NOT in fact have these. The sleeves are long and you can pull them over your hands but there is definitely no built in mittens. There are also no thumb holes. I was super excited for these features and that was a huge letdown. Patagonia - please update your description, and maybe consider adding these to a future version of the airshed. 2. This is more obvious from the description but the Capilene fabric is not waterproof or resistant - water just soaks right in. It doesn't make sense to me to make a hood out of this material - the rain will go right through! 3. This is lacking the small pocket on the chest that the usual airshed has. I miss it for smaller items like headphones or tissues. All in all, kind of a disappointment. That said - it fits true to size (I am 5'10, 150 lbs and got the medium), and is really cute. It might be better for climbing than for running. I am not sure whether I'll keep this or return it yet.
Another great airshed
I love everything in the airshed line and this is no exception. I like the addition of the hood and mix of materials. The airshed is one of those products (like the capilene air) that is perfect in a wide variety of conditions and gets packed for every trip, regardless of location.
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