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PAS Normal Studios Thermal Long Sleeve Windproof Base Layer review

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Rain or shine, warm or cold, a base layer is what every solid layering system should start with. Still, while it’s important in the summer, it’s really the winter when the right base layer is vitally important. Choose right and you can extend summer gear deeper into the cold months or add another layer when you’ve got every piece of clothing you own layered on top. Whatever your need, there are a lot of options. For that reason, we’ve got a solid lineup across a wide range of uses in our best cycling base layers buyers guide.聽

One, less common, class of base layer is the integrated deep winter design. The idea is to integrate needs that often require multiple pieces of gear and it’s a style that I tend to search out for my coldest winter rides. PAS Normal has a new entry into this category called the Thermal Long Sleeve Windproof base layer and I had a chance to put it to the test. Not only that but as luck would have it, I had my hands on this piece during an atmospheric river. With winds high and rain dumping down, I settled in for some testing. Keep reading to see what I liked, or didn’t like, about this new PAS Normal base layer.聽

PAS Normal Studios Thermal Long Sleeve Windproof Base Layer rear view

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