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Base Layer Running
Terra Nova Laser Running Packs
Recommended Base Layer Pant?
Gents, With the winter season kicking on, I've noticed that my daily walks from the train to school in NYC have become a bit less comfortable than they had been, and I was thinking that maybe a nice base layer would help keep me in better sp...
Where Did All My Keys Go? A Look Into the Function Layers of the MiniVan
So you find yourself looking at these so called 40% keyboards, and all you can do is scratch your head and ask, "How do I do numbers?" A fine question indeed. In this post I want to break down the layout I am using on the MiniVan and alternat...
WoolPRO Scout or Agena Merino Shirts
I've been wearing the Scout 1/4 zip for a couple months. It's one of the most worn items in my closet right now. It's soft and odor resistant, making it a great technical baselayer for running. But it looks great with blue jeans, so I find myself wearing it a as a casual shirt when going out. I've got a Large, and it's a good fit for 5'8" and 180lbs. Love the longer tail that hides my plumber's crack!
Icebreaker Mens Anatomica Leggings w/ Fly
@Braxton - not sure if you already joined this drop, and therefore my input is too late, but I use these and similar weight baselayers for running. I wear these under my regular running shorts in temps below 55' F. They're thin enough that I don't overheat but provide enough warmth to keep my knees functioning well. Synthetic tends to last longer, but these, being made of wool, do a better job at regulated temperature naturally.
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