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I recently bought a few things from them. Overall, I am really impressed and buying more.

Short sleeve shirts (one of my favorites): true to size, comfortable, pretty thin, and stretchy (not stiff like some poly shirts). I use them primarily for working out and running. 200 lb, 5'10" and the large is perfect. These are semi-fitted. They fit similar to a Hanes t-shirt. They are not tight. If you are fit, they compliment your physique. If you have a gut, it will show it a bit. I have washed and dried them on heat - no issues. Totally fine to wear out to town in the summer as well.

Long sleeve lightweight (one of my favorites): fit is similar to above but even more form fitting. Thin material. Nice to go for a jog on a 45-50 degree day or wear as an undershirt. If walking, can be worn on a 55-70 degree day. Snug around the arms/biceps, in a good way. If you have some added weight, it will show in these. If not, it compliments your physique and can be worn out in town. I like this one a lot.

Long sleeve midweight: a bit looser than the lightweight and not as stretchy. A bit of a sloppier look. Not bad, but not the best if you want to wear it solo and want it to be more form fitting. Warmer of course. Good on a walk on a 40-50 degree day. Still a good buy for layering, but perhaps would be nicer if they made it a tad smaller.

Ultra-stretch jogger: strechy and pretty comfortable. Thing I don't like about these is that the crotch area hangs pretty low, unless you like to hike your pants up to your belly bottom. Also, the pockets are deep which is nice, but since the material is a bit thin, larger items in pockets slosh around and print. Would be nice if these were a little smaller. Would be good for a 35-50 degree day. Still, they are nice, but I prefer the Comfort tech jogger.

Comfort tech jogger (one of my favorites): thicker than above, and have zippered pockets. Better in my opinion. They're not super thick like a fleece. Would be totally fine for a 20-30 degree walk.

I don't have the heavyweight fleece top but going to order one of those.

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Shipping: I had ordered all the items above during the 6 for $30 sale a month ago. I ordered on a Thursday night, the items arrived to the Fedex location in New Jersey on Friday night (~24 hours after I placed the order), and arrived to me on Monday of the week after in Seattle, Washington. So exactly 11 days after I placed the order, but about 7 business days if you factor out the weekends. I am not saying that others who say it took a month are incorrect of course - my experience was not that, though.
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Awesome deal, thanks! I just purchased their lightweight double pack from Costco, returning after seeing this deal. Plus I think I needed more than lightweight for northern US weather.
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Awesome deal, thanks! I just purchased their lightweight double pack from Costco, returning after seeing this deal. Plus I think I needed more than lightweight for northern US weather.
Difference of $2?
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Difference of $2?
Well if you're comparing the Costco deal, sure $2/pants, so $4 total (actually it's closer to $3 total). Costco only has the lightweight underlayer from what I saw, whereas direct from their site you can get midweight or heavyweight...so yeah it is a good deal not only in costs, but also selection.
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Has anyone used these? We have a son a college where it is very cold. We live in a very hot climate so we do not have these brands here. Just sent him some UA. These are much cheaper to give him some extras. How warm are they for the heavy weight? Thanks!!
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I feel obliged to again mention that this company makes you pay return shipping, whether to exchange or return items, regardless of the reason why.
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Anybody tried the midweight or heavyweight base layers? Any good?
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I really like this company but they ship so slow. Last shirt deals took close to a month to get to me. Better to just jump on the Costco 32 degree deals
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Anybody tried the midweight or heavyweight base layers? Any good?
My question as well. Someone mentioned that Costco carries the lightweight ones. I may check those out first.
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I love their Tshirts, very comfortable and fitted nicely.
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I use paypal for paypal return shipping reimbursement
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Has anyone used these? We have a son a college where it is very cold. We live in a very hot climate so we do not have these brands here. Just sent him some UA. These are much cheaper to give him some extras. How warm are they for the heavy weight? Thanks!!
Yes, I just used some of their gear while I was in Utah last week (and as well back in April on a similar trip). Their heat gear is pretty good; I found it just as comfortable and effective as UA gear, though I cant speak to longevity (I have some UA stuff from 5+ years ago).

I really like their base layers, it works great for layering with winter and fall sports.
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Yes, I just used some of their gear while I was in Utah last week (and as well back in April on a similar trip). Their heat gear is pretty good; I found it just as comfortable and effective as UA gear, though I cant speak to longevity (I have some UA stuff from 5+ years ago).

I really like their base layers, it works great for layering with winter and fall sports.
heavy weight, mid, or light?
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Well if you're comparing the Costco deal, sure $2/pants, so $4 total (actually it's closer to $3 total). Costco only has the lightweight underlayer from what I saw, whereas direct from their site you can get midweight or heavyweight...so yeah it is a good deal not only in costs, but also selection.
Thanks didn't realize there were multiple weights. Have only tried the lightweight ones from Costco. Maybe I'll pick up some mid or heavyweight ones for Tremblant
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