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What do you wear under your leathers? - May 2, 2009, 12:44 AM

Im hitting my first trackday next week at summit. I was wonderimg what everyone weaes under there 1pc suits. Im thinking about picking up some underarmor top and bottom. Or could i get away with wearing shorts and t shirt?
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I knew i was going to get answer like that...
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def get some kind of under armor or something. i rock a tshirt and some boxers....epic fail if the temp is even remotely warm. once you get to sweatin and that shiz get to stickin...man it's like peeling yourself outta your skin when it's time to come off
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under armour heatgear, longsleeves and pants, you will be plenty cool in it and the leathers will slide on and off easily, otherwise they stick and its miserable.


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definitely underarmor
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Under armor heat gear it is. Thanks fellas
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Psycleskinz from sportbiketrackgear.com. One piece under armor type stuff.


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Psycleskinz from sportbiketrackgear.com. One piece under armor type stuff.
+1. Cover your entire body with this thing or the under armor stuff.


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Psycleskinz from sportbiketrackgear.com. One piece under armor type stuff.
I have this too...and I hate it. It SUCKS if you have to use the bathroom. I use Underarmor Coldgear in the winter and New Balance running-type spandex in the summer. It is less expensive than the UA stuff.




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Im hitting my first trackday next week at summit. I was wonderimg what everyone weaes under there 1pc suits. Im thinking about picking up some underarmor top and bottom. Or could i get away with wearing shorts and t shirt?

I'm in the same boat. Thinking about this right here

http://www.amazon.com/Under-Armour-H.../dp/B000LHTCOW



but figure you can check Sports Authority for fit and feel and if your short on time grab it from them.. looks like you might pay a few more dollars but you'll have it in time.


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bicycle shorts work good for the lower half and any underarmour type long sleeve shirts for the top half. There are plenty of brands cheaper then underarmour out there now. Go to any sporting goods store or even walmart or target if you want to save money.


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