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Any of you ever skate while wearing under armor?

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    Any of you ever skate while wearing under armor?

    As some of our pants seem to get tighter and tighter, I can't help but wonder if anybody has worn under armor on the chillier days while skating. I run with it a lot, pretty much anymore it's under 50. It feels way better than having to put on sweats.

    But when you think about it, under armor is just a jockey term for spandex, which I guess if we skate in it would mean rollerblading has come full circle.

    #2
    i wear it snowboarding regularly. i've only worn it skating a few times. when its cold i'll either skate an indoor park or play x box. i'm a puss about that shit + i have passes at 2 ski resorts
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      #3
      one of my friends has skated in the tops but i have never seen him with the pants.

      I think the only reason he did that is because he just got done running or something then we all went skating. That would be really funny to see though, hopefully if people have done it, they did it on their p rail at home or something and not at a skatepark. Rollerblading is already looked down upon and though of as "gay," we don't need some rollerbladers at skateparks in spandex...

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        #4
        i dunno about the under armor brand but i'll rock some thermals if it is cold enough ... tops and bottoms ... they definitely help on cold days (below freezing)

        and isn't it called under armor for a reason? like underware? like you wear it under your normal clothes? unlike spandex?

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          #5
          I tired to skate with one of those under my regular tshirt during the summer a few years ago. Worst idea ever. It was the kind that's supposed to wick sweat away and keep you cool, but in the end common sense prevailed and having one extra layer of clothing in 100 F weather made uncomfortably hot.

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            #6
            Originally posted by ross anthony
            i dunno about the under armor brand but i'll rock some thermals if it is cold enough ... tops and bottoms ... they definitely help on cold days (below freezing)

            and isn't it called under armor for a reason? like underware? like you wear it under your normal clothes? unlike spandex?

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              #7
              I wear the same rashguard to skate in that I wrestle in. It does actually seem to keep me warmer in the winter.

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