My wife and I are like that. If I am step kicking up
a glacier or skate skiing, I will be sweating, no matter
the pace, no matter the temperature, while my wife will be layered up in fleece, down and goretex, and dry.
I have had chest and legs frost nipped even while
they were sweating when there was a strong breeze and
cold conditions and I hadn't enough clothes on.
The best system for me then, when working very hard
in cold and windy conditions, is a thin poly layer,
under a Goretex hard shell. I sweat up to a point,
then reach an equilibrium. The Gore fabric acts as
a semi vapor barrier, which for me is the best of both
worlds, tho I am moist, I stop sweating hard.
In the last bit of hiking for the day, I change into
a dry shirt so I have a little bit of walking before
stopping for the night so the chill of changing doesn't
last the rest of the night.