Women's Infiniti 1/2 Zip II

Women's running shirt: Brooks Infiniti 1/2 Zip midweight pullover

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$75.00 $49.00

Style #220485

As a mid layer or on its own, this perfect-weight piece has the retroreflectivity needed for short, dark winter days. Whether out on the road or on your favorite trail, this top goes the distance.

• Fit: Semi-fitted
• Front/back 3M™ Scotchlite™ retroreflectivity
• Hidden zip pocket on left arm
• 9½" front zip with inner storm guard and zipper garage
• Articulated sleeve with thumbholes

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  • Climate: 40 to 65 F
  • Fit: Semi-Fitted

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Attractive, comfy, not that warm

By velevele

from Upper Midwest, USA

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  • Comfortable
  • Lightweight
  • Stylish


  • Not As Warm As I Wanted

Best Uses

  • Layering
  • Running

Comments about Infiniti 1/2 Zip II:

I run year-round outdoors in the upper Midwest, and was looking for a cool-weather running top. Here's how I saw it:

Fit. Excellent! I'm 5'10", ~165 lbs, with long arms and long torso, and I got a size L, which fits perfectly. In particular the arm length is great (rare for me) - no straining at the thumbholes, and the sleeves come down to near my knuckles if I use the thumbholes. The fit is semi-tight on me - neither baggy nor skin-tight - very comfortable.

Color/style/fabric. Very pleased. Love the intense purple. The fabric is smooth and doesn't snag. The look is sleek. There's a nice little zip pocket at the top, big enough for a key and probably a phone/IPod, though I don't use one when I run so haven't tested that out. The zipper guard at the top is a great feature.

Use. I was looking for a top to wear on its own for runs in the 20-30F degree range. This isn't it - it's a little too thin for that for me. I can wear it alone at about 35F if it isn't windy, and above about 45F, it's a little on the too-warm side once I get warmed up during the run. (I tend to run warm, though, and don't get chilled easily. I suspect many runners could wear this top comfortably even in the 50s F - just not me.) In colder conditions, I've been wearing it under a fleece top, which is quite comfy.

Overall: Even though it wasn't quite as warm on its own as I was hoping for (which is the only reason I took off a star - everything else was great), I like the looks and fit so much that I kept it, and am happy with the purchase.

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  • Was this a gift?:
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