October 8, 2015
Photograph by Nike
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I tried the actual AeroReact longsleeve over the course of a cool week in New York City, in rainy weather and on obvious days. Throughout the wet runs, it was mindboggling the traditional feeling of fabric-stuck-to-skin was non-existant. The actual AeroReact felt lightweight, breathable, and I managed to stay warm despite the chilly, damp conditions. On a clear, cold day? Warm from the second I stepped outside before the moment I stopped my step, drenched within sweat. I waited. Following the first mile, the second, and also the third, I was anxious to get at a point where I felt too hot or even too cold. Rather, I felt comfortable, prepared, and ready for additional. I'm unsure if I'll ever look at the rest of my personal winter operating wardrobe exactly the same way again.
What otherwise we love:
• Small hip wallet for extra storage
• Cowl-neck style with fallen back ankle rehab ebook for warmth
• Thumbholes at the cuff
• Available in five colors
The Details: Nike AeroReact Pullover, $110, nike.com