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    Under Armour bike specific clothes?

    Kurt Sorge is sponsored by them, I don't know of any other pro riders that are. But he has some sweet shorts and shirts. Does anybody know where or if you can even get them. UnA is a good brand and I would like to try some of their stuff if you can actually buy it.

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    I use their normally available stuff all the time. Cold gear base layers are wonderful and usually cheaper than anything bike specific. But I would like to see cycling taken into consideration more in some designs. Be cool to see the stuff but guessing they need to see more of us wanting it to take it more seriously.
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    There basic stuff is great for baselayers etc. I have used a Cold Gear mock t-neck for riding for years...a bit much at times, but its warm. I also have a Heat Gear ss fitted shirt I use for a baselayer that works nicely. I agree; surprised they don't have a cycling-specific lineup...seems like it would sell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tigris99 View Post
    I use their normally available stuff all the time. Cold gear base layers are wonderful and usually cheaper than anything bike specific. But I would like to see cycling taken into consideration more in some designs. Be cool to see the stuff but guessing they need to see more of us wanting it to take it more seriously.
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    Me too. Their running shirts are fantastic for non-jersey-looking jerseys and their Heat Gear longsleeve zip-t necks are the most versatile cool-to-cold weather shirts I have.

    Unfortunately, like Oakley, I think they are putting so much emphasis on golf that there's little room for bike stuff.
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