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Best Running Shirts of 2022

We tested top-tier running shirts from Patagonia, Black Diamond, HOKA, Salomon, and more to help you find the perfect layer
Best Running Shirts of 2022
Over a year into testing this shirt and the extreme stretch still returns to form, it shows little sign of wear, and carries no scent.
Credit: Jeff Colt
Wednesday May 11, 2022
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Looking for a new running shirt? We've tested over 40 unique shirts in the last decade, with our top 16 in this review. The market is flooded with options, and it can be difficult to determine what is best for you. Our team of testers picked some of the most popular and cutting edge on the market today and put them through a variety of tests and extensive daily use to help you figure out how to spend your money. We've compared and analyzed the comfort, breathability, drying speed, and versatility to help you pick the perfect shirt for your adventures and your budget.

Running doesn't require a ton of gear, but the gear you do need should be comfortable and effective. If you need shoes to go with your new shirt, we've tested both road running shoes and trail runners. If you love longer outings in more rural terrain, check out our lineups for running hydration packs and gps watches. From jackets to shorts, we're here to help you put together the perfect running kit.

Editor's Note: This review was updated on May 11, 2022, with new products from HOKA, The North Face, Janji, ON, and more.

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Top 16 Product Ratings

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Pros Exceptional temperature regulation, highly breathable, quick-drying, natural odor controlUltra lightweight, insanely breathable, super fast dryingVersatile, recycled materials, wide range of colors, great priceBreathes well, comfortable fabric with stretch, stitching is smooth and non-abrasive, UPF 50+, best neck seam designComfortable, great fabric blend
Cons Droops when wet, warm in extremely hot conditions, expensiveLess durable, minimal thermal regulationHigh water absorption, longer drying timePricey, poor odor-controlSlow drying times, a bit heavy
Bottom Line Superior temperature regulation makes this the most versatile shirt we tested, perfect for trail runningIf you often find yourself in extremely hot conditions this is the shirt for you due to its insane breathability and fast drying timeProvides great comfort and versatility for a great price with plenty of great colors to choose fromOur favorite shirt for a variety of activities throughout the day. This is one of the best-looking and fitting shirts we testedA more casual running shirt that's great in mild climates given its cotton blend that's perfect for all-day use
Rating Categories Black Diamond Rhyth... HOKA Glide Patagonia Capilene... Arc'teryx Cormac Cr... Janji Runterra Bio
Comfort (30%)
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Specs Black Diamond Rhyth... HOKA Glide Patagonia Capilene... Arc'teryx Cormac Cr... Janji Runterra Bio
Weight (size medium) 3.3 oz 2.72 oz 4.13 oz 3.9 oz 4.06 oz
Material 57% nylon, 43% merino wool 100% polyester 100% polyester Ostria (100% polyester) 70% supima cotton, 30% polyester
Reflective Areas? Yes - 2 Yes - 2 No Yes - 3 No
Seam Type Flatlock Flatlock Overlock Merrow Flatlock and Overlock
UPF? Not Stated Not Stated Not Stated 50+ Not Stated
Odor Control? Yes - Wool Natural Properties Yes - anti-bacterial grid texture Yes - HeiQ Pure No Yes - undeclared


Best Overall Running Shirt for Men


Black Diamond Rhythm Tee


90
OVERALL
SCORE
  • Comfort 9.0
  • Breathability 9.0
  • Drying Speed 8.0
  • Features & Versatility 10.0
Material: 57% nylon, 43% merino wool | Weight: 3.3 oz
REASONS TO BUY
Exceptional temperature regulation
Highly breathable
Quick-drying
Natural odor control
REASONS TO AVOID
Droops when wet
Warm in extremely hot conditions

The Black Diamond Rhythm Tee is the best performing running shirt we've ever tested. When tackling big adventures, your clothing needs to be adaptable. This shirt's unique blend of nylon and wool creates a light and airy garment with excellent temperature regulation. Adapting to temperature changes is crucial, especially when you desire to carry minimal amounts of clothing. This model scored higher than any of the competition when evaluating versatility. The substantial breathability makes it perfect for all but the hottest days, and the wool provides considerable warmth when paired with a shell; perfect above treeline.

The nylon blend in this shirt makes it extremely stretchy, and it does tend to droop, especially when wet. Unfortunately, the Rhythm is not well suited for sweating in humid environments either. The wool element can feel intense in extremely hot temperatures — if you often find yourself in temperatures above 90°F/32°C, you may want to look elsewhere. We find the sweet spot for this shirt is a warm, dry environment. Due to its exceptional three-season performance, we think the Rhythm is an essential piece to have in your quiver.

Read review: Black Diamond Rhythm Tee

best overall running shirt for men
A scramble up to meet some friends climbing on the way home from a backcountry ski. The Rhythm is the right choice for three-sport days and massive temperature swings.
Credit: Jeff Colt

Best Bang for the Buck


Patagonia Capilene Cool Daily


76
OVERALL
SCORE
  • Comfort 9.0
  • Breathability 7.0
  • Drying Speed 6.0
  • Features & Versatility 8.0
Material: 100% polyester | Weight: 4.13 oz
REASONS TO BUY
Incredibly versatile
Remains cool in warm temperatures
Recycled materials
Wide-ranging colors
REASONS TO AVOID
Higher water absorption
Longer drying time

The Patagonia Capilene Cool Daily provides great comfort and versatility for a stellar price. If you want to add a bit more flair to your runs, Patagonia offers this model in a wide array of colors, and we are impressed with the cool feel of the fabric even in high temperatures. It's one of our all-around favorites for daily use and activity. The Capilene is sleek and simple and does not contain any extra features that we sometimes find overkill, like ultrasonic welds and seams. The simplicity of the design allows the price to stay lower, and we're here for it. Due to its synthetic fabric, it will retain some warmth even when wet and does not suffer sagging, a common issue on natural fabrics.

The Capilene Cool lacks some breathability, and those in extremely hot or humid climates may desire something that absorbs less moisture and dries more quickly. But if you are looking for a shirt that can do it all at an amazing price point, we think you should strongly consider this model.

running shirt - best bang for the buck
For such a simple product shirts can be quite expensive - we love this model from Patagonia which scores high and still comes at a great price.
Credit: Matthew Richardson

Best for High Temps


HOKA Glide


84
OVERALL
SCORE
  • Comfort 8.0
  • Breathability 10.0
  • Drying Speed 10.0
  • Features & Versatility 5.0
Material: 100% polyester | Weight: 2.72 oz
REASONS TO BUY
Ultra-lighweight
Cutting edge breathability
Fast drying
Comfortable
REASONS TO AVOID
No thermal regulation
Less useful in shoulder seasons

The HOKA Glide is the lightest, most breathable, and fastest drying out of all the shirts we tested. If you often run in extremely hot conditions, you should seriously consider this model. We found the Glide perfect for everything from mile repeats on the track to hot trail runs. If we could pick one shirt for race day, this would be it. Thanks to its stretch, it also feels great when wearing a pack on the trail.

While we experienced no durability issues during our testing, this is the thinnest shirt we tested, and we speculate that it may prove to be less durable than its heavier competitors. The substantial breathability also makes this shirt less ideal for changing conditions and less versatile for all-day use.

running shirt - best for high temps
If you are racing or lightness is a priority check out the HOKA Glide. We picked it for our speed workouts and laps around the track.
Credit: Matthew Richardson

Best for All-Day Use


Arc'teryx Cormac Crew Short Sleeve


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OVERALL
SCORE
  • Comfort 9.0
  • Breathability 6.0
  • Drying Speed 7.0
  • Features & Versatility 8.0
Material: Ostria (100% polyester) | Weight: 3.9 oz
REASONS TO BUY
Highly comfortable
All-day versatility
Best fitting
High UPF rating (50+)
REASONS TO AVOID
Not super breathable
Expensive

The Arc'teryx Cormac Crew is one of the best-fitting shirts we've worn. We found ourselves wearing this shirt more when not running than any of the other models we tested. It features an excellent stretch design that feels unrestricted but doesn't droop or sag even after days of use. If you are looking for the perfect daily t-shirt for activity and daily life, we don't think you could go wrong with the Cormac, especially because it boasts the highest UPF rating in our lineup at 50+.

This shirt is less breathable and may not be the best choice for super high output activities and efforts. Breathability and drying times are not the best due to the more substantial material, and while far from hot, this may not suit those who live in super hot, humid climates. Those caveats aside, if you are searching for the best-looking shirt, we think this is the model for you.

Read review: Arc'teryx Cormac Crew

running shirt - at 10,000 feet, the sun is all the more intense so we loved the upf...
At 10,000 feet, the sun is all the more intense so we loved the UPF protection and durability of the Cormac while running at elevation.
Credit: Jeff Colt

Compare Products

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$75
Editors' Choice Award
This shirt offers superior comfort, breathability, and stretch, all while stay odor-free
84
$52
Top Pick Award
If you often find yourself in extremely hot conditions this is the shirt for you due to its insane breathability and fast drying time
76
$35
Best Buy Award
Provides great comfort and versatility for a great price with plenty of great colors to choose from
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$69
Top Pick Award
An excellent protection shirt as it provides all day comfort with a durable construction and UPF 50+ rating
74
$48
A more casual running shirt that's great in mild climates given its cotton blend that's perfect for all-day use
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$75
A comfortable shirt that is great for racing due to its lightweight fabric and absorbs a minimal amount of moisture making it great for wetter climates
73
$44
If you're looking for a comfortable shirt for all-day wear this one is great, but for running you may look for something better suited for hot conditions
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$50
A classic-style running shirt that is great for a variety of activities and comes in a cool array of colors
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$80
If you want the latest technology this shirt featuring super thin welded seams is one to consider
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$55
A featherweight shirt that is highly breathable, but those benefits come at the expense of durability
69
$45
This running shirt reminds us of childhood soccer pinnies with mesh-like holes throughout and a slippery plastic feel, but it does breath well and dry quickly
68
$25
This shirt works as well on the trail as it does in the office, keeping you comfortable all the while
68
$35
A comfortable and affordable running shirt but if you plan to use a pack we wouldn't recommend it due to unneeded fabric and stitching on the back panel
64
$34
An affordable and comfortable short sleeve running shirt
57
$19
This shirt is feature rich and affordable while offering uncompromising performance
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$50
Thick seams and heavy fabric are the most noticeable features on this overbuilt shirt

our favorite running shirts are adaptable and work in a variety of...
Our favorite running shirts are adaptable and work in a variety of conditions and temperatures. Keeping us comfortable both in valleys and on ridgelines is a priority and the BD Rhythm did just that.
Credit: Matthew Richardson

Why You Should Trust Us


This review is led by Matthew Richardson, a review editor with years of outdoor experience. Some personal highlights include an out and back day trip to the Chicago Basin 14ers in the San Juan Mountains and a 2021 solo ride of the Colorado Trail. With a passion for gear, Matthew is always looking for the best when setting out on a new project. After years of using various products, he hopes to convey the best products for your use cases and specific needs.

Laying the foundation for this review was Jeff Colt, who has years of industry experience working with trail running brands and over two decades of competitive running, including the last five years as an elite ultramarathoner.

Not only did we wear these shirts for all of our aerobic and outdoor pursuits over three months, but we used them for day-to-day activities too. We hope to convey what products will work best for you and make your decision process easier. Our goal is to help you spend your hard-earned money in a way that fits your style. We don't recommend anything to you that we wouldn't also recommend to our friends and family.

Another day, another test run in a running shirt. We put all the...
Another day, another test run in a running shirt. We put all the shirts in this review through their paces - and then some.
That&#039;s a lot of shirts!
That's a lot of shirts!
Matthew our lead tester doing the classic chimney boulder in the...
Matthew our lead tester doing the classic chimney boulder in the kraft boulders in Las Vegas, NV.

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Analysis and Test Results


Over the years, we have developed a thorough test process that evaluates the most important metrics to use when deciding if a running shirt is right for your activities. Comfort, breathability, drying speed, and versatility are the most crucial attributes in our eyes, with comfort and breathability being weighted more heavily than drying speed or versatility.

running shirt - our main tester matthew out for a run high above durango, colorado...
Our main tester Matthew out for a run high above Durango, Colorado. Each shirt went through a series of runs with and without a pack as part of our comfort testing.
Credit: Matthew Richardson

While we primarily focused on running while performing our tests, we realize there are a wide variety of uses for a shirt, and we wanted to make sure we encompassed many of the use cases as well. Layering, thermal regulation potential, breathability, and the temperature use range were all things we considered. We also performed quantitative tests analyzing drying speeds by comparing weight during drying time intervals. Once we gathered the data, we sat down to score and compare the various models and determine which is best for you.

Related: How to Select the Perfect Running Shirt

running shirt - we performed extensive testing on each of our models to ensure we...
We performed extensive testing on each of our models to ensure we provide you with the best recommendations possible.
Credit: Matthew Richardson

Value


It can be difficult to determine what shirt is best for you and how much you should spend on such a basic item. We tested shirts with a wide range of prices to be able to recommend a product that fits everyone's budget. With a price increase, you often receive more premium design elements such as ultrasonic seams, thin stitching, and advanced materials. Sometimes these materials are more versatile; other times, they are ultrathin and light and stand out for their weightlessness.


If you are looking for the best performance to value ratio, we would recommend the Patagonia Capilene Cool Daily. This shirt scores high in comfort and versatility, and while you don't receive perfectly flat seems and material blends, we think that the performance cannot be matched at this price point. The Baleaf Quick Dry is the cheapest we tested, and while the price is nice, we can't recommend it over the competition when it comes to performance. The REI Co-op Active Pursuits hits a nice middle point between these two — it performs better than the Baleaf while saving you some bucks over the Patagonia. It's heavier and doesn't breathe quite as well, but if you're not in a super hot climate that might not be a dealbreaker, especially for the price.

running shirt - the name active pursuits is fitting for this shirt, as we found it...
The name Active Pursuits is fitting for this shirt, as we found it comfortable and capable on trail, during pick up soccer, mountain biking, and in the gym. This shirt has a comfortable do-it-all fit that is highly versatile.
Credit: Jeff Colt

Comfort


Our highest weighted metric when analyzing scores and comparisons is comfort. Shirts need to be comfortable under a variety of circumstances and activities. Comfort needs to be maintained when your shirt is wet, under high/low humidity, in cool/hot temperatures, and with or without a pack. We carefully tested each model and determined which we felt were the most comfortable. Some shirts attempt to minimize discomfort by including top-of-the-line technology to reduce seams and increase airflow or by integrating multiple fabric types to have different breathability zones. After our testing and research, we determined the two most important elements are seam type and fabric type, followed by fit.


Seam Sewing

When searching for a shirt, think about how the seams feel on your current shirt. If you often are plagued by seam chafing, you may want to lean towards a shirt with more ultrasonic welds (taped seams). These seams are welded together under heat, and they are much thinner and protrude less than your classic stitched seams. One downside of these types of seams is their lack of stretch. The ON Performance-T features the highest amount of taped seams with minimal stitching throughout the entire shirt. Unfortunately, we found the neck and back panel to be a bit stiff and restrictive feeling. Similarly, the The North Face Flight Weightless has a taped neck seam we weren't huge fans of, though the shirt is still comfortable overall.

Featuring the most ultrasonic welds out of any of the models we...
Featuring the most ultrasonic welds out of any of the models we tested, the ON Performance-T is a super comfortable shirt. One downside is that these seams stretch less and can feel a bit constraining at times.
The North Face Flight has a back seam we didn&#039;t love when with a...
The North Face Flight has a back seam we didn't love when with a backpack, but this shirt is still comfortable and the fabric repels water nicely.

For a more classic seam design that offers premium comfort, we would recommend the HOKA Glide, Patagonia Capilene Cool Daily, Janji Runterra Bio, and Brooks Distance. One of our favorite types of stitching is merrow stitching which joins two pieces of fabric in a thin, low-profile manner. The Arc'teryx Cormac Crew offers this, and we find it to be one of the most comfortable for all-day use. This shirt has our favorite seam design out of any of the models we tested.

running shirt - merrow stitching is comfortable but generally comes at a higher...
Merrow stitching is comfortable but generally comes at a higher price. We prefer this type of stitching when compared to ultrasonic welds due to its stretch.
Credit: Matthew Richardson

Fabric Type and Weave

The majority of the shirts we tested are polyester. This synthetic material provides great durability and warmth when wet, and it also absorbs less water than more natural materials such as wool and cotton. We found all of the models in this test group to contain comfortable face fabrics that didn't irritate our skin. The Vuori Strato Tech stood out as being the most comfortable shirt with synthetic fabrics. We were surprised by how soft the shirt felt, and at first, you'd think it was a natural blend like cotton or wool.

running shirt - &quot;move and be moved&quot; reads the accent label under the sleeve. we...
"Move and Be Moved" reads the accent label under the sleeve. We couldn't agree more, the Vuori Strato is so comfortable and it moves with your body, whether doing stadium repeats or stepping through from downward dog.
Credit: Jeff Colt

The Black Diamond Rhythm Tee was the only model to feature a merino wool and nylon blend. It is incredibly thin and very stretchy, so it conforms to the body and is great when wearing a pack. These fabrics feel more pleasant on the skin, but we can't say that this model felt substantially better than the best polyester competitors. Another great choice for a more natural blend is the Janji Runterra Bio, which has a cotton/polyester mix. We were impressed with the comfort of both of these models, as well as those mentioned above — they stand out as being perfect for everything from everyday use to long adventures in the backcountry.

running shirt - we loved the blend of cotton in the janji runterra bio which left it...
We loved the blend of cotton in the Janji Runterra Bio which left it feeling ultra-comfortable and soft. That said, for the hottest of days you will probably want to stick to synthetic which breaths better.
Credit: Matthew Richardson

Fit

We were impressed with the fit of all of the models we tested and have really no complaints about the various cuts/shapes. Fit is incredibly variable from person to person. If you often find yourself having difficulty with the fit or are picky when it comes to length, we suggest you purchase from a retailer that has a good return policy. We found that each shirt was not overly long or short in any of the dimensions.

running shirt - lightweight materials and ultrasonic welding make the on...
Lightweight materials and ultrasonic welding make the ON Performance-T the most expensive shirt we tested. If chaffing is an issue for you, give this model a chance.
Credit: Matthew Richardson

Breathability


Breathability is important in a running shirt, and you should determine what conditions you plan to run in before making a purchase. A breathable shirt will help move heat away from your body and improve drying times, but it can also make the shirt thermoregulate less. If you plan on running in hot, humid conditions, we would recommend a shirt with a high breathability score. If you want your shirt to be a bit more adaptable to various conditions, you may want to stick to a shirt with less breathability.


The HOKA Glide had the greatest breathability out of all the shirts we tested, and it was our go-to pick for hot trail runs and laps around the track where we craved an airy feel. The Black Diamond Rythm Tee also has great breathability while retaining some heat given its wool blend. The New Balance Q Speed Fuel Jacquard received high marks for its breathability too. If you run in various conditions throughout the year, you may find yourself wanting a dedicated summer shirt for maximum breathability and something a bit more insulating for colder shoulder season runs where it's still t-shirt weather but you aren't sweating as much.

Wool isn&#039;t normally incredibly breathable but when it&#039;s this thin...
Wool isn't normally incredibly breathable but when it's this thin and mixed nylon it can be. Black Diamond was able to create one of the most breathable shirts we tested with the Rhythm. These micro holes provide maximum airflow.
The grid pattern on the HOKA Glide was the most breathable out of...
The grid pattern on the HOKA Glide was the most breathable out of any of the models we tested. We were stunned by how fast we were able to dry out this shirt.

Drying Speed


Nobody wants to run in a shirt soaking in sweat, so drying time is an important factor for us to consider when comparing these running shirts. Drying time is directly influenced by the material type and breathability. Generally, the fastest drying shirts weighed the least which makes sense given there is less fabric to absorb moisture. If you live in a humid or hot climate, this will probably be the most important metric for you.


To test each shirt, we put them all in the wash and weighed them after the spin cycle; this gave us a "saturated" weight that we could then compare to the shirt's dry weight. We then put them into the dryer individually and pulled them out to weigh them every five minutes. This gave us a nice graph of how quickly each shirt would return to its dry weight.

our chart showing drying speed displays weight in ounces on the...
Our chart showing drying speed displays weight in ounces on the y-axis and time in 5-minute increments on the x-axis. Once a shirt was within .10 oz of the recorded dry weight, we considered it dry.
Credit: Matthew Richardson

It's no surprise that the HOKA Glide was the fastest drying, given it was also the lightest shirt we tested. Other top drying shirts were the The North Face Flight Weightless and ON Performance-T. After our testing, we found that dry weight is a better indicator of drying speed than the breathability score. Running in wet conditions is tricky because if it's hot, you want the least amount of fabric weighing you down. If it's cool out and you're running in the rain, high breathability can quickly make you feel cold; having a shirt that's thicker even though it's heavier can provide more heat retention. As with most outdoor gear, it's good to have a few options for the various conditions you will encounter throughout the year. For cooler running in wet conditions, we would recommend the Arc'teryx Cormac Crew and Patagonia Capilene Cool Daily.

running shirt - the north face flight weightless dried very fast and is among the...
The North Face Flight Weightless dried very fast and is among the lightest shirts in our lineup.
Credit: Matthew Richardson

Features and Versatility


We love gear that is versatile and functional across many different types of activities. It's crucial for us, especially when spending this much money on a shirt, that it can be used for more than one of our recreation activities. If you only find yourself running in your shirt and then taking it off as soon as you finish, any of the shirts we tested will probably work well for you. If you want your investment to function for wide-ranging activities and temperatures, we think you should seriously consider making this category a priority. Our main attribute when looking at versatility is how well each shirt works across a wide temperature range and under various conditions. We also took into account items like reflective areas, UPF ratings, and odor control mechanisms but largely, the score can tell you how well the shirt will perform under a range of conditions.


Thanks to its light merino wool blend, the Black Diamond Rhythm Tee is a standout among all of the models we tested. We tested these shirts in a wide range of temperatures, from desert conditions to higher elevations in the mountains and the adaptability of this model stood out from the rest. As runners, we develop a lot of heat, and the Rhythm's ability to regulate that heat is superior. Adaptable to almost all temperature conditions, heat was dissipated when in the valley sweating but retained when the pace slowed, and the wind picked up on ridgelines and above treeline. For trail running in dry conditions, this is our favorite model, and its versatility heavily influenced why it received our top award.

running shirt - so light and stretchy, the bd rhythm flows effortlessly with body...
So light and stretchy, the BD Rhythm flows effortlessly with body movements. An excellent shirt for running or anything that will utilize the benefits of the merino wool fabric as a highly breathable base layer.
Credit: Jeff Colt

Other top performers included the REI Active Pursuits, Patagonia Capilene Cool, and Arc'teryx Cormac Crew. While these models are heavier than some of our lightweight options, they have the ability for more all-day use outside of running. Each of these shirts also feels great with a backpack or hydration pack, which is a key consideration given we do lots of long-distance trail runs.

running shirt - for all-day use, we recommend the cormac crew which we felt had the...
For all-day use, we recommend the Cormac Crew which we felt had the best fit. It also doesn't hurt that it's one of the best looking we tested.
Credit: Matthew Richardson

Conclusion


We hope we've made it easier for you to decide what shirt will work best for your lifestyle. Remember to take your location and climate into consideration when buying a new shirt. Hot or cold, warm or dry, there is a shirt here for you. For hot conditions, we recommend going with the lightest shirt you can afford. For trails and ultra runs, you should prioritize versatility for regulating across a wide temperature range. Running in wet/humid conditions? Choose something that dries fast. If sweating is an issue, choose a model that has high breathability. This lineup has some of the best shirts we've ever tested, and we know there is something for everyone. Have fun out there!

we hope this article made it possible for you to make a decision on...
We hope this article made it possible for you to make a decision on what running shirt works best for you. Hope to see you out there!
Credit: Matthew Richardson

Matthew Richardson and Jeff Colt


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