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LONG underwear - buying tips?

Discussion in 'Underwear, Clothing, and Appearance Issues' started by D_Mainssworthe Maleorgan, Oct 17, 2008.

  1. D_Mainssworthe Maleorgan

    D_Mainssworthe Maleorgan Account Disabled

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    It's starting to get frigid here in Canada, so I'm on the hunt for long underwear to keep me toasty!

    Just curious if any of you other well-endowed men have any suggestions/recommendations for brand names, or material types.

    Thanks!:cool:
     
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    I ordered some really good light weight ones years ago from REI. I own about 4 sets. They are super warm, and have moisture wicking properties. I used them in downhill skiing in the cold winters of Colorado.
     
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    The coziest that I have found is made by DuoFold. Soft cotton is the inner layer that is next to your skin while the heavier outer layer is supposedly wool.
    I have found that there seems to be plenty of room in the "package" area. DuoFold has a web site that shows most of their line of longies.
     
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    Absolutely: silk. They feel great, are toasty, and if you buy a larger size than you need, the crotch will stretch and you'll like you're free balling. Silk's the best. You can also wear them under regular thermals if you're going to be in hellaciously frigid temps. But for that, I'd get goose down snow pants.
     
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    Thanks for the pointers!
     
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