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Patagonia Women's Airshed Pro Running Pullover

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Patagonia Women's Airshed Pro Running Pullover

June 28, 2020

Worth it

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.

June 9, 2020

Amazing layer!

This layer seems to be perfect for everything. I used it in spring skiing and it is my go-to running layer. It has wind protection and warmth on the arms, but when I open the front zipper, it gives lots of breathability. A great purchase!

May 10, 2020

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.

February 12, 2020

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.

February 10, 2020

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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