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        12-19-2009, 07:22 PM
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    I've worked with Under Armour for a few years (my lacrosse team was sponsored by them in college) and I did some stuff with them after I graduated. I have a TON of their product and I have never been disappointed in any of it. They have a glove that has little pockets on top where I insert heat warmers. I also have a high pair of thermal ski socks that are great to use when riding...they cover all the way up to your knee so no bare skin can become exposed. They also have a "wicking" technology that absorbs any moisture your foot may produce keeping it dry and warm. Their cold gear compression leggings go great under other pants and same with their compression long-sleeve tops. I actually was decked out in UA from head to toe this morning while doing barn chores during MD's first blizzard...by the 2nd stall I was sweating!! Hope you like it...I know I do!
         
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