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12-09-2011, 06:57 AM
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Originally Posted by gabbagabbawill View Post
Try a dri-fit shirt or something similar that wicks away the sweat... it's night and day compared to wearing a cotton t-shirt under your pads. Instead of trapping moisture (and thus heat) it will keep you cool as the sweat evaporates. Use the same kind of shorts under your hockey pants and drymax or similar socks... you'll notice a huge difference in heat transfer.

I wear a dri-fit longsleeve shirt and pants. There is a huge difference wearing them.

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