I’ve always loved Hot Chillys for snow sports; They come in different weights and keep you warm and dry.  (Mountain weight, mid weight and light weight.)  The company introduced the first body fit thermal base layer back in 1985.

Moisture-wicking clothes helps regulate your body temperature and pulls sweat from your body which then evaporates, keeping you dry.   

Now there’s Hot Chillys Clima-Tek: A midweight base layer that while designed for high performance sports, work just as well for travel.  Whether you prefer crew neck, hoodies, Zip-Ts, joggers, or leggings, these have a relaxed fit, stretch, wick moisture, are breathable, dry quickly block odor and offer 30+ UV sun protection-perfect for travel.  (They start at $60.)

These also look good so can easily take you from a hike or a bike ride to brunch or dinner.