I do not use wind shirts for three-season use. For winter? I find this anorak windbreaker made of polyester to be a key piece of gear for me in the cold and dry Colorado winters. Gives wind protection and just enough warmth when moving. But without too much condensation as with a hard shell. A little more durable than a wind shirt for tree skiing!
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