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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 09-12-2011, 10:27 PM Thread Starter
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Just ordered under armour cold gear 3.0 top an bottoms. Hope they keep me warm this year. The older i get the more i cant stand the cold.
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Re: Under Armour

It works well, you still have to layer though.

The only downside to UA is trying to get the stuff off after dragging a deer or some other sweaty activity. Might as well try to turn your skin inside-out.

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I used the bottoms last year,olive in color,very warm,and breathable. I was impressed,will be getting some more this season.
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Re: Under Armour

They are very good. Ive had a pair of Cold Gear for couple years. And Ditto to what SonofZ3 said

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Re: Under Armour

Been using it (UA Cold weather) for the last few years now and I'm still happy with it. Wearing it has it's disadvantages though, been accused of wearing Spandex....but at least it keeps my dry.

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Re: Under Armour

I have a set, and it's over rated as far as I'm concerned.

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Re: Under Armour

I have some and it works pretty well but I have gone back to wearing wool.
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It is a great base layer.
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Re: Under Armour

Got top and bottom cold gear to try out this year. For the price I hope it's worth it.
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Re: Under Armour

Most of Under Armour's ColdGear collection is made of 100% polyester. I buy 100% polyester long johns for about 1/3 to 1/2 the cost of AU. Only difference between mine and theirs is mine don't have the cool logo. But I just can't see paying $20-25 extra just for the logo

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been accused of wearing Spandex....but at least it keeps my dry.
Some of their cold gear, like the compression fit stuff, is made of 63/23/14 nylon/polyester/Lycra (Lycra=Spandex )

Eh...wot?
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