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12-07-2010, 01:01 AM
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Inno
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You should look into polypropylene as a baselayer. Coldpruf makes some good shirts/pants and there relatively cheap $10/pop.

"This high PERFORMANCE garment has been developed with CPT – COLDPRUF® TECHNICAL Fibers for WARMTH, MAXIMUM DRYNESS and ODOR CONTROL. CPT fibers have been engineered to give the highest rate of MOISTURE MANAGEMENT and EVAPORATION allowing your body to achieve and maintain it’s peak performance. This garment has been designed for weather conditions that are cold to very cold with mid to high activity. "

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