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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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Any idea what "WAFFLE" means? For leggings.

https://www.32degrees.com/product...8473287769
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Any idea what "WAFFLE" means? For leggings.

https://www.32degrees.com/product...8473287769
Zoom in and you'll see
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Bought a pair of men's leggings and they are great thru a few wears, we will see if they hold up. I've bought their boxer briefs as well and they have held up comparably to Exofficios at 1/3 the price.
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Costco Has 3 men's underwear for $10
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love their cool t-shirt dress so much, I went and brought more of the dress and more of the shirt of same material.
I was just eyeing that, but wasn't sure about the sizing. Does it run big or small? If you happen to own a 32D cool fitted t-shirt (that Costco sells every spring), how does the dress sizing compare to the fitted t-shirt?
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Bought a pair of men's leggings and they are great thru a few wears, we will see if they hold up. I've bought their boxer briefs as well and they have held up comparably to Exofficios at 1/3 the price.
The new gold standard is Duluth.
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After getting on the 32degree train now decking out the wife in their stuff.
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The large short sleeve v-necks are awesome.

Question: for those of you who bought long sleeve shirts from them, any idea on sleeve length? I'm usually a 37" in dress shirt sizing. I have a feeling the sleeves could be short.
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Warmest fleece jacket i have ever own.
which one?
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which one?
I bought mine from macy's last year called 32 degree heat.. but this is a the similar design


https://www.32degrees.com/product...8477351001
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anyone used these? wondering which "weight" to go with for outdoor exercise? i should go with the warmest (heavy)?
I haven't tried the lightweight but the mid-weight is your typical waffle shirt thickness and the heavyweight is a stretchy fleece. Heavy is very comfy but would probably be miserable once you start sweating.
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anyone used these? wondering which "weight" to go with for outdoor exercise? i should go with the warmest (heavy)?
The lightweight legging worked great for me with a pair of shorts on a 6 mile run at 23 degrees. I also wore the lightweight top, but also had on a compression undershirt, a microfiber running shirt, and a wind breaker. I'd definitely recommend the lightweight, and layer as needed.
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32 Degrees stuff is good stuff...it's as good as several more expensive options out there from the "bigger athletic companies". Not much of a difference between this and a Mountain Hardwear baselayer for 10x more the sale price, especially for the average user.

Let's be honest here and just say that it's all poly/spandex blend fabric...it doesn't matter who the manufacturer is. Maybe some use a bit lighter weight blend or a slightly different fabric construction, but it's still all a blend.

I run a lot. I've used 32 Degree tights, shirts and baselayers. They work. The heavyweight stuff is almost unnecessary for all but the coldest temps. I wouldn't dare run in it as it's really warm and I think you'd get hot really quickly. Sitting outside around a fire or a sporting event, sure. As the poster above me said, buy the lightweight for exercise and layer. If you want to be warm pre/post workout and the walk to your car, buy the heavyweight.



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anyone used these? wondering which "weight" to go with for outdoor exercise? i should go with the warmest (heavy)?
I purchased a few midweight versions. They are till pretty thin an I may consider going for the heavier versions again. Good quality and the fit me well.
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The lightweight legging worked great for me with a pair of shorts on a 6 mile run at 23 degrees. I also wore the lightweight top, but also had on a compression undershirt, a microfiber running shirt, and a wind breaker. I'd definitely recommend the lightweight, and layer as needed.
You're better than me. I only run when it's between 51 and 56, mostly cloudy, humidity under 60% and a tail-wind in both directions of my run Wink
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