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arborworks1

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That all I have is the knock offs from wally. And one Underarmor. I will say that the under armor dries quicker and doesn't stink at the end of the day.

Your socks make a huge difference in how well you can cool yourself. Good breathable pair. If your able change about midday, do so.
 

Burnham

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I sure don't want to trade weather with y'all...that's one of the reasons I moved away from that part of the country 30 years ago. But dagnabit, it's been rainy and cool to cold all spring here in the PNWet.

I wouldn't mind a LITTLE sunshine and warm days.
 
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HA!

Sorry Burnham, but I did stick it out in Tacoma for eighteen years so I can say that.
 

Paul B

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fourteen C high today, rainy and pissy. waiting for nicer weather but heck its easy to get rain gear on.
as for you hot weather fellas, definately get some wicking tee shirts, I get mine from my garment guy, with logo embroidered for like $18! MEC wants $32 for theirs, which do fit a bit nicer but they work the same. Sweating bullets off the brow, shirt is dry, seriously different than a cotton tee or even a cotton poly blend.

MEC shirt
 

No_Bivy

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92 forecast today........

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No_Bivy

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It was already 80° when I took the kid to school this AM, supposed to be 97° again, same this weekend and we have a two day lacrosse tournament at some artificial turf fields with no shade at all... guess I'll be losing some this weight I've been trying to ditch pretty soon.
 

Che

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I'm inside on my first break. It's only 9AM and I'm a solid sweatball. A glass of (fake) sweet tea (after lots of water in the garden) and I'm out the door again.

I'm wearing one of those sweatbands full of absorbent get beads. Sure helps keep the sweat out of your eyes.

The descriptions of the 'underarmour' & such reminded me now why I used to always wear silk shirts while working in the heat....I wonder where they went to......
 

JIML

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close to 90 here with humidity to go with it... Makes it a long day packing gear up hills and hollars.
 
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