Keep moving through the winter with these shirts designed to keep you warm and dry without overheating. Layer your winter walking clothing. Start with a base layer shirt that will wick moisture away from your body. For colder days, cover that with an insulating layer of microfleece or wool. Then top it all with a windproof jacket. You can take layers off or put them on as you walk to feel comfortable.
You can wear this as your base layer or insulating layer. The stretchy performance fabric wicks away sweat and it has a back mesh panel to also help you stay comfortable when you are exercising. I love the back pocket where you can carry your smart phone and listen while you walk. I'm also a big fan of the extra-long sleeves with thumbholes. In most of my walking conditions, that means I can do without gloves. The hood can keep your ears and neck warm, and you can unzip a bit once you have warmed up.
Wool is a traditional insulating layer for winter walking and hiking. Smartwool takes the itch out of wool (for most people) and it si machine-washable. Smartwool has both microweight and lightweight long sleeved shirts. You can wear them next to the skin as your baselayer or layer them as your insulating layer. They have crew designs and half zip designs.
This DRYROAD® sweat-wicking shirt that is a great base layer for the winter. I wear this shirt fall, winter, and spring by itself or under a jacket. It has reflective piping for night safety and a side zip pocket with cord port for your iPod or other player.