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    Freeze-out thermal wear

    I just got the December catalog from Cycle Gear. All of the Freeze-out thermal garments are significantly lower then regular price. Has anybody used this underwear before? If so, does it work as claimed?

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    good question, its certainly getting cold!
    Going over to CG & check out heated stuff, the glove liners look exactly like Warm&Safe brand, same price, etc... I wonder if the rest of thier heated might be the same.
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    I have a set top and bottom for a year or so now. It is defenatly worth the price. problem is when the temps get a little warmer (above 50-60) it starts getting pretty warm. I really like the stuff and plan on getting a few more pairs of everything. Fit doesn't seem to far off , and The price is way better than any of the stuff from Under-armour anyone else.
    With the freeze out stuff on, My only week points are hands and toes. Heated grips and RS Tiechi gloves help hands but the wool socks don't fit in my boots very good.

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    I got the glove liners this passed fall. Have used them with temps as low as 23 with olympia winter gloves. Seem to be well worth the money. I think i paid around 12 bucks. Shluld have gotte n the balacava too.

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    I have the balaclava & the neck, thing, bibb, and when it gets real cold i put them both on, works great.
    Just bought UA OUTDOOR COLD GEAR bootsock, $12, and will post a review.
    Also bought, REDHEAD SNAKE BOOT SOCK & REDHEAD THERMOLITE LINER SOCK.
    Will review those as well.

    UPDATE: The under armor (UA HUNT OUTDOOR/COLDGEAR) did a great job of wicking, kept my feet dry this afternoon, not too thick either.
    Last edited by twinsig; 12-02-2012 at 02:31 AM. Reason: more info
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