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    Anyone here where compression tops or bottoms?

    I'm thinking for DH riding of getting a compression top and bottom.

    It looks like G-form carries them, even with some minimal protection:
    https://g-form.com/padded-compression-shirt
    https://www.levelninesports.com/g-form-pro-x-shorts-1

    I wasn't sure what else is out there, or anyone has any feedback wearing this type of stuff on rides.

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    Good subject...I'm surprised no one has responded on this.
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    I'm still new to all this so I didn't know about these. They would have been nice when I had my fall the other day. Oh well. They look useful. I hope washing them isn't too difficult.
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    No, but the shorts look good for skijoring (like dogsledding on skis), I have wiped out on my tailbone on hard groomed trails - ouch! Not sure if the tailbone area padding is large enough though. Here's a review I saw https://www.singletracks.com/blog/mt...shorts-review/

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