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lightweight/short sleeve first layer?

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I own the old Patagonia Capilene neckzip and the new Capilene Air hoody (super warm).
Looking for something lighter and maybe short sleeve.
What would you recommend?
thanks in advance
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What about something like this:
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Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
I use these or similar, cheap as chips, wick well, no great thermal effect.

For me I do need a fresh every day as they can pong a bit but they are super light and dry quickly.
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Craft "cool" baselayers. I picked them up thru cycling off Prendas website. perfect as a first layer for wicking, then need something warmer on top. they have some charcoal anti pong thing, but they are light enough to wash through in the shower and be dry by you've eaten dinner.
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