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post #11 of 13 (permalink) Old 01-15-2013, 01:15 AM
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Originally Posted by GreyDragon View Post
Under Armour Coldgear tops (& leggings).

Very soft, comfortable, and warm.
You can get them in compression or fitted, depending on your preference.
I use them as my base layer (top and bottom) and love them. Switched from regular wool and polyester base layers.
+1 for Under Armour
All I ever need to wear on a normal day is my under armour cold gear mock and a t-shirt and I'm good.Also really versatile, I've used it to play football, run, and just as a normal day layering piece.
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Another UA Cold Gear fan here.I recommend the version that's longer in the torso. Keeps the snow out on knee-high powder days.
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So I broke down and bought a set of mid weight Smartwool pants and crew shirt. I've always worn cold gear for soccer games, hiking and mtn biking, as well as snowboarding. I tend to freeze on the mtn and after talking to a handful of people who've sworn by smartwool, I decided to give it a go. I think UA is great, but I also think it's probably trapping the sweat and making me freeze as soon as my body temp drops. We'll see....
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