Featured Anyone else with Cold Junk? (underwear question)

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  1. Noodler

    Noodler Coming out of hibernation... Skier

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    That sucks. Good ol' dependable USPS. I decided I like the Subzero's enough to order two more pairs.
     
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    Ron Don't judge a ski by its width underfoot! Pugski Ski Tester

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    send me a link please.
     
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    Ron Don't judge a ski by its width underfoot! Pugski Ski Tester

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    So I did finally received the Saxx "subzero' and the Thermoflyte. I wore the subzero;s on a 5* AM. although not really cold, the extra warmth was nice on the chairs and my junk stayed warm, And, I even remembered to zipper my fly. :). I wore them under the Arc Teryx Axinos and was plenty warm. No need to wear a second long layer. They really are super comfortable and fit snuggly, the legs stay in place and don't ride up. although I like to support the home team (Smartwool) I have to say these are worth the $.
     
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    Noodler Coming out of hibernation... Skier

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    I also wore my Saxx Subzeros over the Sun-Tues frigid stretch while skiing A-Basin in some subzero weather. I'm still very happy with my purchase. They are long for me (down to my knees) and I like that. As Ron stated, they don't ride up at all and the extra wide waistband is comfortable and doesn't roll. Thanks @Ron for turning me on to these!
     
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    Drahtguy Kevin Après aficionado Pugski Ski Tester

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    Ummmm...
     
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    coskigirl Making fresh tracks Skier

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    Can’t breathe. Laughing too hard.
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    Ron Don't judge a ski by its width underfoot! Pugski Ski Tester

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    for those still watching this.... between the Thermoflyte's and the Subzero's I prefer the Thermoflytes. They have a bit more of fleece feel and are still warm but wick very well. Like @Noodler pointed out, the waist band is very comfortable.
     
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    BC. NEPA ShopRat/Skier Skier

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    Do u have link for these?....interested in trying these out.
     
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    François Pugh Out on the slopes Skier

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    My junk seems OK, but I've noticed as I get older (now almost 59 years old chronologically, still 18 mentally, 99 mileage/accumulated injury-wise) I tend to get cold more easily. My metabolism is slowing down.

    During the last year or so I've gotten electric boot heaters, and much better high-tech clothing, which seems to help.
     
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    Ron Don't judge a ski by its width underfoot! Pugski Ski Tester

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    the thermo's can be bought on Amazon or a number of different stores. Of the two, I much prefer the thermo's now.
     
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    Chef23 Putting on skis Skier

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    I have a pair of polar fleece shorts my Mom found somewhere that I wear over my long underwear when it is cold. I ski in shell pants and never have cold issues when wearing my regular long underwear and the shorts.
     
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    I’m a big fan of Body Glide. Best product of this nature on the market imo.
     
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    Ron Don't judge a ski by its width underfoot! Pugski Ski Tester

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    Just never, ever, leave it in a car in the sun - no matter what the outside temps are. :eek::rolleyes::doh::(
     
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    Coach13 Getting off the lift Skier

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    HaHa I can see that for sure!
     
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    Ron Don't judge a ski by its width underfoot! Pugski Ski Tester

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    oh, forgo to post up that a couple of weeks back while skiing in single digits with honkin' winds and puking snow (I love those days!) I did find that my zipper was down at one point :)
     
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    Of course the Thermoflyte's are also much more expensive currently. I've got a price tracker on them, but I'm not expecting them to drop until the end of the season (if they do at all).
     
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