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Mens Womens and Kids Ski and Snowboard baselayer on clearance for 60% off and free shippinng with code "blackstrap60".

Mens [dreamruns.com]& womens [dreamruns.com]tops and bottoms starting $24 shipping AC.
Kids [dreamruns.com] starting at 16 after shipping.

It is quality baselayer that is made in the USA that will last many seasons of keeping you warm and dry.

https://dreamruns.com/discount/Bl...ase-layers
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Blackstrap makes great balaclavas. Was going to try this deal, but a quick search of previous dreamruns deals shows questionable website issues with extra items being added to the cart, discounts not showing up when charged, canceled orders, and overall spotty customer service. Seems like some people got what they ordered in previous deals (helmets), but proceed with caution and make sure your confirmation has what you ordered at the price you expected.

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Any experience using those? I often just go with Uniqlo ones
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Any experience using those? I often just go with Uniqlo ones
I use Blackstrap balaclavas. They're great. If you don't need much insulation, Uniqlo is fine. I'd only buy the heavier weight stuff where wicking is more complex.

I went with the Summit top and Skyline pants.
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I use Blackstrap balaclavas. They're great. If you don't need much insulation, Uniqlo is fine. I'd only buy the heavier weight stuff where wicking is more complex.

I went with the Summit top and Skyline pants.
Ty. Been using Heattech from Uniqlo, for one-two seasons. Will look into this brand and those models.
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Ty. Been using Heattech from Uniqlo, for one-two seasons. Will look into this brand and those models.
I think you would be hard-pressed to find any comparable base layers of this weight at this price. You can compare to Burton, Under Armor, etc. Usually ~$30-40 per.

But if you find that you don't need additional warmth, I probably would just stick with Uniqlo Heattech.
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Going to give the pants a shot. Thanks.
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Blackstrap makes great balaclavas. Was going to try this deal, but a quick search of previous dreamruns deals shows questionable website issues with extra items being added to the cart, discounts not showing up when charged, canceled orders, and overall spotty customer service. Seems like some people got what they ordered in previous deals (helmets), but proceed with caution and make sure your confirmation has what you ordered at the price you expected.
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Ordered the skyliner pants and therma hooded top. Hoping the top can be kind of like a midlayer over an Under Armour or something when snowboarding.
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Perfect timing, going to CO in a few weeks and my old base layers suck. Thanks OP I picked up the summit top and Outback pants
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Blackstrap makes great balaclavas. Was going to try this deal, but a quick search of previous dreamruns deals shows questionable website issues with extra items being added to the cart, discounts not showing up when charged, canceled orders, and overall spotty customer service. Seems like some people got what they ordered in previous deals (helmets), but proceed with caution and make sure your confirmation has what you ordered at the price you expected.
My order just shipped, will report back.
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Seems like a great deal. Got a set of USA-made base layers for my kid for $32 shipped.
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Only pants and tops are on sale I think. Balaclavas are not it seems.
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Thank you for the advice. Went with Skyliner 3/4 pants good for sboards boots (I know, I know, though I ski and crosscountry ski, I am usually one of those on the slopes whom skiers hate for scraping the snow, "wrong" maneuvering " and blindspots) and Summit Hooded Top.

Will test it next month in UT.

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I use Blackstrap balaclavas. They're great. If you don't need much insulation, Uniqlo is fine. I'd only buy the heavier weight stuff where wicking is more complex.

I went with the Summit top and Skyline pants.
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How are these compared to Under Armour? Are these thin or thick? I work a manual labor job outdoors and always looking for quality gear since I am wearing it 12-14 hours most days.
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