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Always go with nature's miracle fiber if you have a choice. Way better temperature and moisture regulation. You stay dry a lot longer. And better odor control. You can wear a wool jersey five full days of cycling and only then begin to notice some odor. The stuff even works when it sunny and 100 out. No lie.
if the Craft Activewool layer is not 100% wool, it may have the best combination of characteristics of both fibers, but usually any significant poly % for insulation (not lycra) is a trade DOWN in terms of performance, in my experience.