I have a Marmot Ether driclime hoody. Love it in cold conditions. It's the first top layer I reach for in winter to block the wind or add just a bit of warmth, for example, when hiking in a powerstretch fleece and it's not quite enough on the downhill leg. The driclime is not clammy at all, but it is a bit of an insulating layer.
For summer, I always grab a Trail Wind Hoody. Same basic thing, but completely unlined, just thin DWR-finished fabric. Very light, very breathable. All of the outdoor and running companies make one. At something like 5 ounces, packed in its own pocket, it is always in my pack.