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32 Degrees Men's and Women's Lightweight Baselayers (Tops, Leggings, More)

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32Degrees.com has 32 Degrees Men's and Women's Lightweight Baselayers on sale at 2 for $13 > now $13.98 when you add a quantity of 2 to your cart. Shipping is free on $23.75+ w/ code SLICK24.

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This is regular price. All these recent 32 degree deals are regular price and makes me think Slickdeals is promoting them.
32 degrees quality isn't great as others have stated, and the fit has always been too large for me for all tops.

BUT, their active mesh boxer briefs are the GOAT. I haven't found a pair yet that are as comfortable, as dry, and don't ride up during activity. I usually grab them when they are running their $5/pair sale
Thin and crappy lol.

Bought some for my mom from Costco and I've never heard her complain about clothes before..Lol but she was like "You know those 32 brand? One wash and they don't fit right anymore.. And they're thin"

Tried to explain to her that it's made for hot weather not cold, since it says Heat? But then I compared it to my heat gear from Under Armour and yeaa, the fabric 32 Degrees use is pretty bad. Not as stretchy and when it does stretch it stays stretched

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These shirts are very comfortable! I have the light and mid layer shirts and some light leggings. I would def recommend these. I wish they offered more colors as I have all of these...
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These shirts are very comfortable! I have the light and mid layer shirts and some light leggings. I would def recommend these. I wish they offered more colors as I have all of these...
How warm are the lightweight ones? I'm considering which weight would be best for me - my main goal is layering under my pants to help block the wind when I shovel
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This is regular price. All these recent 32 degree deals are regular price and makes me think Slickdeals is promoting them.
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How warm are the lightweight ones? I'm considering which weight would be best for me - my main goal is layering under my pants to help block the wind when I shovel
They work as an added layer but they are really light. If I would just wear one of these, the wind would go right though it. Even the mid-weight ones are very breathable. But I feel they do work well as a base-layer with something on top.
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Thin and crappy lol.

Bought some for my mom from Costco and I've never heard her complain about clothes before..Lol but she was like "You know those 32 brand? One wash and they don't fit right anymore.. And they're thin"

Tried to explain to her that it's made for hot weather not cold, since it says Heat? But then I compared it to my heat gear from Under Armour and yeaa, the fabric 32 Degrees use is pretty bad. Not as stretchy and when it does stretch it stays stretched
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32 degrees quality isn't great as others have stated, and the fit has always been too large for me for all tops.

BUT, their active mesh boxer briefs are the GOAT. I haven't found a pair yet that are as comfortable, as dry, and don't ride up during activity. I usually grab them when they are running their $5/pair sale
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How warm are the lightweight ones? I'm considering which weight would be best for me - my main goal is layering under my pants to help block the wind when I shovel
Im a fairly warm person naturally, but I wear the lightweight ones as a main layer down to about 45deg (assuming no wind) with a vest. Will wear under a thinner jacket down to about 40.

Their midweight and heavier weight stuff is great down to freezing with a vest or jacket. I also love them as a layer under my heavier jackets/pants for when I ski.
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everything i've bought from this company seems to be of really nice material and cut. This is compared to my go to brands such as UA, Addidas, Puma, Nike.
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If you really need warmth, the heavyweight ones are great. I absolutely love them. The lightweight ones are really thin and really don't help much to keep me warm.
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How warm are the lightweight ones? I'm considering which weight would be best for me - my main goal is layering under my pants to help block the wind when I shovel
Its a california winter thing.
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How warm are the lightweight ones? I'm considering which weight would be best for me - my main goal is layering under my pants to help block the wind when I shovel
All of 32 Degree products are light weight. That is why they are sild so cheap. A standard t-shirt will keep you warmer.
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Quote from MystycMoose :
How warm are the lightweight ones? I'm considering which weight would be best for me - my main goal is layering under my pants to help block the wind when I shovel
Midweight at least
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BUT, their active mesh boxer briefs are the GOAT. I haven't found a pair yet that are as comfortable, as dry, and don't ride up during activity. I usually grab them when they are running their $5/pair sale
I agree 100%! I stocked-up on the briefs when they went on clearance... and, unfortunately, it seems it really was a clearance. I haven't seen them since - and I would buy another dozen, if I could find them. They are that comfortable!
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