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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 05-17-2003, 09:55 AM Thread Starter
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I've mentioned it to a few people but thought I'd post it. Has anyone else tried a shirt called Cool Stuff? I'd recommend it for the hot weather. At BHF last year it was hot as hell. I wore this shirt under my leathers. At the end of the day I took off my leathers and changed into a t-shirt. By the time I got the truck loaded I was soaking wet. That's when I realized how well this stuff works. The shirt I'd worn on the track was dry and so was I until I put on shorts and a t-shirt. The shirt is expensive but worth the $48. It helps keep you warm, too. When we rode out west I saw people in sweat shirts and turtlenecks and all I had under my leathers was this shirt.

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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 05-17-2003, 09:58 AM
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you can buy the same shirt at sports authority for 25 bucks i believe. Nike,Reebok, they all make them now and i always where mine at the track

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I'll have to look for it there. Since you have to hand wash them I'd like to have a couple. People do look at you funny when you're wearing long sleeves in the middle of summer.

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post #4 of 6 (permalink) Old 05-17-2003, 10:49 AM
 
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Yup use a similar product when it gets extremely warm outside as well. The brand is called Under Armor and they make it in different weights and cuts for different uses. Found it at Galyans. Definitely worth it's weight in gold.
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are these the same ones that have the thick ribs in them? or are they the ones like i see the ama were that are like skin tight spandex looking things? I think i see hacking were them alot.

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are these the same ones that have the thick ribs in them? or are they the ones like i see the ama were that are like skin tight spandex looking things? I think i see hacking were them alot.
The Under Armor that I use is the skin tight spandex looking shirt. Does a great job of wicking away the sweat and keeping you cool.
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