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I have a pair of green spyder pants that i love but they"re more like a shell and underneath that i have baselayer pants, Kombi, that are level 3 warmth which is something in the middle in warmth. So when i go riding here (east coast) it gets very cold, especially up north and I need a solution. Do i get new pants or is there something i can wear over the baselayers for added warmth.
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under armour cold gear ftw
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Sounds like you just need a warmer base layer if you want to wear the Spyder pants. I wear 686 Smarty Cargos with the fleece liner and I have never been cold in them.
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sweat pants?
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post #5 of 7 (permalink) Old 12-09-2010, 08:32 AM
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under armour cold gear ftw
yep. some Under Armour cold gear fleece pants would work well over your base layer.
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Try warmup pants between the base layer and the shell. I have a feeling that fleece pants or sweat pants might be a bit too warm unless you're standing around for long periods of time.
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A good heavy baselayer should solve your problems...I'm looking at AU coldgear myself.
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