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danas619 asked this question on 11-24-2020 at 09:01 AM
11-24-2020 at 11:42 AM
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whats the difference between classic crew and active crew tshirts..?
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are these base layers meant to be used/can be used for working out(eg. running outside)?
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Does anyone know what weight are the ones sold at Costco are? The ones at costco are a bit thin so not sure if I should be going middleweight or heavyweight.
Would like to know the same. Costco is selling 2 pack heat tees for $13
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Would like to know the same. Costco is selling 2 pack heat tees for $13
Costco ones are lightweight base layer. I bought some of those direct from 32degrees on this deal, but thinking maybe middleweight is really what I should be looking at. My kids and I like wearing these skiing/boarding as a good 1st layer. It's good enough in Lake Tahoe on normal/spring days, and you can throw on a mid-layer when temps head <30.
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Costco ones are lightweight base layer. I bought some of those direct from 32degrees on this deal, but thinking maybe middleweight is really what I should be looking at. My kids and I like wearing these skiing/boarding as a good 1st layer. It's good enough in Lake Tahoe on normal/spring days, and you can throw on a mid-layer when temps head <30.
Thanks. The costco website does mention they are lightweight tees. I am wondering whether I should buy a midweight tee as sleepwear
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I bought this slick deal last year to try and keep warm when sleeping. I bought the long sleeve shirts and the thermal/leggings. The leggings unfortunately started pilling like crazy after 1-2 washes, but the long sleeve shirts are doing okay. I still wear them this year, though and they are doing just fine. Definitely worth the price for their function. If you plan to wear them more frequently or might get bothered by the pilling, think about higher quality brands.
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Stupid polyester.
LOL. Hate to break it to you, but most real performance clothing is all or most polyester. I have to designate "real" because most of the "athleisure" clothing is horrible for actual athletic activity, and if they use polyester at all they often add it to high percentages of other fabrics that aren't good for actual athletic use. If the clothing has "moisture wicking" properties is definitely polyester, whereas cotton just absorbs and holds moisture and doesn't breath well. The only thing better wool in select articles of clothing and activities (like socks when doing winter sports).
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LOL. Hate to break it to you, but most real performance clothing is all or most polyester. I have to designate "real" because most of the "athleisure" clothing is horrible for actual athletic activity, and if they use polyester at all they often add it to high percentages of other fabrics that aren't good for actual athletic use. If the clothing has "moisture wicking" properties is definitely polyester, whereas cotton just absorbs and holds moisture and doesn't breath well. The only thing better wool in select articles of clothing and activities (like socks when doing winter sports).
Agree completely. But when I'm not working out, I love Merino.
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Make sure you add this tote and use coupon FREETOTE for a free tote https://www.32degrees.com/product...4581693529

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Are you guys okay with non-cotton under-shirt/wear?
Couldn't find any 100% cotton ones
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Are these good for wind? In my experience thats what always gets me the most.
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I have two of those baselayers and they are the most uncomfortable garments I've ever worn. All I keep doing while wearing them is itch all over the legs. Could be just me but they are horrible.
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Are you guys okay with non-cotton under-shirt/wear?
Couldn't find any 100% cotton ones
I haven't tried 32º's underwear, but I wear spandex/poly Adidas boxer briefs and trunks daily. I live in Florida, but even in the winter they feel much cooler and more breathable than cotton versions.
For undershirts, I could go either way. I wear both Under Armour's overpriced spandex undershirts and generic cotton ones. The spandex breathes a bit better, but it's sometimes hard to keep dress shirts tucked in because the undershirt has so little friction.
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Cool, buying one just to try out.
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No idea who would buy these at full price, but on sale I'm game.
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