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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 12-18-2009, 10:07 PM Thread Starter
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Baselayer with holes in the cuff?

SO i just realized that my SB brigade jacket that is super sweet. dosen't have the holes for thumbs to go through so when you bail it don't go in your glove.

i found this
Sessions Diffusion d3o Shirt - Long-Sleeve - Men's from Dogfunk.com

and a ninja suit which looked sooo cool.

Anybody else make things like the stuff above? I like this jacket. but bail so much its gonna be an issue later.

And im lookin at the under glove from burton. so its a low profile so i know the cuffs on the jacket are gonna swamp it.
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post #2 of 16 (permalink) Old 12-19-2009, 11:36 AM
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Icebreaker has the thumb loops on their midlayers and higher.
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Icebreaker has the thumb loops on their midlayers and higher.
yea im looking for something thats not gonna kil lthe bank. because it looks like that ninja suit is super dope. i'd still rock the the UA coldgear head wrap with it. but that thing looks sweet. most tops are 40-50 same with the bottoms. so maybe worth it in the long run.
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im really interested as to what other brands have thumbloops or cut outs. i have been rocking my ua cold gear and a tshirt (i know bad bad bad) so im really looking for better midlayer!
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I have a few ninja suits; I would never go boarding without one
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I have a few ninja suits; I would never go boarding without one
why more than one?
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I have a few ninja suits; I would never go boarding without one
me too. complements of the US Army. i'm not sure who makes them but they are best baselayer i've found. i'll try and find some info on them when i get home. maybe there's a civilian version.
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Sounds like you've never gone on a snow vacation where you ride 2-3 days in a row.

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Sounds like you've never gone on a snow vacation where you ride 2-3 days in a row.
Most cabins have washers and dryers, do they not?
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