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    Another vote for the UA base layer stuff. I use a mixture of Arcteryx, Kuiu and Sitka Gear for outer layers.

    Also for everyday use, the UA charged cotton tee shirts are all I wear anymore....they are awesome! I got a 40% off card a few months ago and stocked up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Umpqua Hunter View Post
    Also for everyday use, the UA charged cotton tee shirts are all I wear anymore....they are awesome! I got a 40% off card a few months ago and stocked up.
    Best tee shirts ever. I'm like you, they are about all I wear.

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    My kids have used some UA base layer for sports, baseball, football in the present and past but I've not been super impressed with them. There is a barrage of UA in the sporting goods stores out our way. I don't use any though for hunting or winter/fall wear. I have some cotton blend tee shirts with hunting theme imprints on them and that is pretty much all I wear. +1 for me on merino wool base layers and other mid layer, outer layer and rain layers. There was a descent write up on Eastmans on layer options and brands. Lots of brand wars out there trying to capture the market. It can be challenging making decisions.

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    Pretty much I have the same feeling about UA stuff and can be a lil overpriced IMO and can get better stuff for the same price or maybe a lil more but don't go cheap on gear you could be wearing day in and day out in the wilderness

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    Quote Originally Posted by cali_hornhunter View Post
    Pretty much I have the same feeling about UA stuff and can be a lil overpriced IMO and can get better stuff for the same price or maybe a lil more but don't go cheap on gear you could be wearing day in and day out in the wilderness
    I agree with this statement totally....I was actually sold on getting some Kuiu gear. But a family member is like the freakin spokesman for UA gear lol. But all of them usually hunt down south so that could be a reason why he backs it. They don't hunt out this way at all.
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    Oh well I would say if ya can try to get some free gear then get some kuiu hahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by cali_hornhunter View Post
    Oh well I would say if ya can try to get some free gear then get some kuiu hahaha
    Haha...yeah I won't be holding my breath for that one.
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    http://http://www.minus33.com/ is another good one, its lasting a while too.
    Carl

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    I use UA all of the time...for racquetball. Hunting wise, they are just marketed well. Their fabrics aren't as good as some of the other brands mentioned in this tread.

    Pass

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    I wear it a lot, it is great as long as you are moving. If your not moving it gets cold.Polartec is about the best that I have found.

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