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Originally Posted by HUNT24/7 View Post
I use Under Armour Metal gear, it's crazy warm.
Yeah this stuff is insanely warm if you can find some, I hardly wear mine unless its below 10F.

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My jacket is just a shell, but it does it's job well because it keeps the cold out. Last year I got away with only wearing 1 non-fancy thermal and 1 regular longsleeve most of the time (average temp was around 23F). I hate being hot snowboarding though, so I tend to take the minimalist approach and just snowboard harder to warm up.

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orage base layer = stupid warm (almost too warm sometimes)

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