The Kid's Capilene 3 Midweight Crew by Patagonia. The versatile, quick-to-dry Kid's Capilene 3 Crew, made of fast-wicking 100% polyester (56% recycled) and treated with Gladiodor odor control, can be worn alone or with layers.
FEATURES of the Patagonia Kids' Capilene 3 MW Crew
Polartec Power Dry polyester insulates, breathes and wicks moisture; with Polygiene permanent odor control
Polyester fabric is brushed inside for softness
Non-chafing flat-seam construction
Drop-tail hem for warmth
SPECIFICATIONS of the Patagonia Kids' Capilene 3 MW Crew
Weight: 5.5 oz / 156 g
5.4-oz Polartec Power Dry 100% polyester (Heathers: 52% recycled; Solids: 69% recycled) double knit, with Polygiene permanent odor control
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Every year, I get at least one new Capilene set for each of my kids. The only times they're not worn is when in the wash or if they're rocking some of their Patagonia Micro D's. My kids love them because they are comfy and warm. You can get close to a full 3 seasons use out of them and they last a good long while. The sizing chart is accurate, at least in our case, but try some on them if you get a chance to verify size. I'll continue to buy both the kids and myself Patagonia Capilene as long as they're made. Definitely huge fans!
I am a grownup, and I can actually wear this. I'm 5'4" and about 100 pounds, and the large fits me pretty well, except when I rise my arms you can see my wrists a little bit. This is basically the same as the adult version, only it is way cheaper, and I think the cut might be a little different. It is still very warm by itself on a cool summer night (as far as I've tested it). I plan to wear it as a base layer this winter, and I am sure it will be perfect.
I have a picky toddler - he does not like to wear thick clothes, sweatshirts, sweaters ... so this is perfect for him because it is thin and warm and cute. I bought the gray color so that he could layer it under all his t-shirts, and it also fits so easily under his snow overalls and coat.