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Old 01-23-21, 05:25 PM
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gecho
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One of my favorite baselayer shirts for down to around -8C is mesh on the back.

One of these years someone will invent super materials where the properties can change on the fly. Fabric where the windproofness automatically adjusts based on how warm different parts of your body are. Base layers that can transfer heat from where you are hot to where you are cold. Variable loft insulation that can go from super puffy to completely flat.
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