Featured Anyone else with Cold Junk? (underwear question)

Discussion in 'Softgoods: Clothing, Helmets, Goggles, and More' started by Ron, Nov 14, 2018.

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    If you use ebates, you can get some discounts on purchases too.
     
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    yes, they run true. I have a 32" waist and the medium is snug, not compression. And, as @Noodler said, they wick extremely well. Some may laugh or not care but the Thermo's keep you feeling dry. They really are very comfortable and I also like the semi-compression aspect down the entire quad
     
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    Thanks again...your recs are always spot on...I have AJ thanks to you on some other purchase I made....
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    Please share your opinion when you get a chance to test them out. :thumb:
     
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    I just figure mine is going to fall off one day anyway so whats the sense:eek:

    But really Iv never experienced my boys being too cold so never gave it much thought. Under wear, long johns or something heavier and ski pants is all Ive ever worn. Been in some freezing windy days and never felt was any issue. And I honestly wouldnt like to find out what that feels like. Maybe Ive just gotten lucky.
     

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