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Base layer - hot weather

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Mar 2012
3:37pm, 13 Mar 2012
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mulbs
should see his shorts! :-o
Mar 2012
3:43pm, 13 Mar 2012
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Jon_T
Canterbury do a good hot weather base layer
amazon.co.uk
Mar 2012
4:02pm, 13 Mar 2012
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The Belly Is Gaun Tae Get Ye
I have both Underarmour (heatgear) and Canterbury (hot) and wear them under a loose vest to ensure public decency. Probably favour the Underarmour but both work well.
Mar 2012
4:24pm, 13 Mar 2012
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DPBadger
I am looking for some warm weather compression wear as I usually use skins but I am doing the 2oceans in Cape Town and I think it might be abit hot. Any ideas?
Mar 2012
4:25pm, 13 Mar 2012
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DeeGee
Funny thing is, Jon, you've selected exactly the size and colour that I want in that link. Spooky, huh!

I'm awaiting the Underarmour to arrive and should report back once the weather cheers up. Hopefully, by ordering this I've consigned us all to a dull summer ;-)
Mar 2012
10:44pm, 15 Mar 2012
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DeeGee
Ooh. UnderArmour arrived today. Fits fine - not *super* compressive. I'm hoping for a bit of heat on Sunday so I can give it a decent workout.
Mar 2012
9:32pm, 18 Mar 2012
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Bikermouse
How did you get on today? I have 2 Canterbury heatgear tops. I cut the arms off one of them (YM) as I felt that it made my arms too cold. (poor circulation) the other is a ladies xs so a larger size and though it's still s'posed to be compression it's more Nora Batty.
How come men get more colours than ladies?
Mar 2012
9:35pm, 18 Mar 2012
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DeeGee
Very nice, and not at all sweat drenched. It wasn't all that hot today, though.

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