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Old 01-10-13, 01:01 PM
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Originally Posted by Sasquatch16 View Post
I usually wear a UA compression cold gear shirt as my first layer. No matter how cold it is I am always wet between skin and shirt. Then any light breeze gives a chill. Is it not cold enough to be wearing this shirt? Should I be wearing something else against skin. I have noticed when just sitting still like in a tree stand hunting I do not encounter this. It is almost like wearing a wet suit.
Weird, that's exactly what I wear and I don't have that problem. What kind of temperatures are you riding in? I don't start wearing that shirt until it gets into the 40s (F). Anything warmer than mid or upper 40s is too warm for that kind of shirt, you'll be sweating buckets.
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