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Hello Everyone I have been shopping around for a good Base Layer clothing or undergarments

I have seen different options from your normal Long Johns which is what I have always worn but I have read that a Cotton material is not a good base layer, I sweat like crazy in the normal long underwear. I have seen Arctiva base layer clothin and Klim many different brands at the local Hunting and outdoor store. I actually purchased one (just the shirt part to see what they feel like) at Walmart this evening that are named Rocky /Mens compression fit Thermal Top is says 4way stretch, Moisture Wicking , Rapid Drying, and are thin evidently for a High Activity Level and is a spandex like material.

I tried them on and you can feel how they hold your body heat and are warm feeling but not sure if they are good for snowmobiling.

Is this what you guys wear of is the Klim or Arctiva etc.. A different material or are you just paying for a name? Klim and Activa call there a polyester spandex type material.

Any suggestions or info would be appreciated. how many layers do you usually ride with?

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I bought the mid-weight thermal performance fleece from Walmart. I think it's suited much better for cold weather than the stretch fit stuff. I think the stretch fit might be better for indoor sports like hockey. The fleece works great. I used to wear a regular long sleeve t-shirt with a 2nd layer and then the pull-over. It was fine until I stopped for a bit and the sweat didn't wick away which gave me a chill for the rest of the day. With the perf. fleece I'm warm and dry all day. I still wear a mid layer just in case the temp drops. I can always take a layer off and put it in the tunnel bag if it's warmer.
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Thanks Mac, so you were the performance fleece, what exactly do you were for the 2nd layer and what Pullover?

While I am thinking of it if anyone else wants to comment on this issue please mention what you wear for a 1st,2nd and Outwear layer, like what actual Pullover or Jacket maybe this thread will help others out too.

I am also in the market for a descent Jacket also.

I`ll look at the performance fleece you mentioned when I am at Walmart again.

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I like helly hanson for base and mid layer with Klim on the out side.
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I like helly hanson for base and mid layer with Klim on the out side.

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lots of thin layers is better for keeping heat in and it also helps in reducing sweat build up which results in coldness. i just have a few long sleeve shirts, and a really thin sweatshirt i always wear.
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Cotton kills.

Just about any synthetic base layer works. The key is layering, and NO cotton in any layers. I have Klim base layers, but actually prefer a cheapo brand version as it's not compression fit like the Kilm's. If it mega cold I'll add a thin
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X2 on the Helly Hanson base layer, the company I work for pays for $800 worth of work clothing each year, I bought 2 sets of the HH base layers, one for work and one for snowmobiling.

Haven't gotten to try it out on the sled yet, but based on how it works when I'm working outside it should be good. Only problem I find is if you go inside with it on be prepared to sweat like mad. Though even after being inside and sweating and then going outside to work I've never gotten cold, and I've worn it in -20C (windchill) so far.
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