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Old 02-13-08, 09:07 AM   #1
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Thermawool - Good Buy

Good buy on Thermawool base layers Here

I bought a few of these and they are worth the $20 bucks. Not as soft as some of the more expensive shirts but a very good value.
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Old 02-13-08, 08:25 PM   #2
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Great buy on that piece. How is the fit, pretty much true to size or, a bit other? Hard to beat Campmor sometimes. Actually, most of the time.
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Great buy on that piece. How is the fit, pretty much true to size or, a bit other? Hard to beat Campmor sometimes. Actually, most of the time.
My chest size is about 43" and the large fits closely but not tight. I think a 44" or 45" can still wear the large comfortably.
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i've had the terramar stuff before (from sierra i think) and the fit seems to me to be way too big, not nearly insulative enough for long underwear...
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Thanks for the note on fit 50Mules. I went ahead and ordered a couple. I realize this stuff isn't Rapha or Ibex but, it seems pretty low risk to me given the attractive price. And, I generally like wool. It just agrees with me.
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