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  • Keeping warm - Under Armour

    This is horse related because I don't have an indoor to ride in and it's FREEZING in MD right now.

    I need to buy more Under Armour. Who's got the best prices right now?

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    If you're not picky about colors, there's a sale/clearance section on the under armor website that you can sometimes find good deals on. I bought several of their warm-weather t-shirts over the summer for close to 50% off.
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    • #3
      There is an UA factory store in Curtis Bay:

      http://www.yellowbot.com/under-armou...is-bay-md.html

      I haven't been there yet, but the instructors at my gym rave about it! You can also find much cheaper off-brands at Dick's and Target that are just as good. Just layer, layer, layer!

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      • #4
        UA

        Is currently having a sale on their website for their winter stuff. I just got a new pair of metal pants for 60(normally 80), a shirt for 60(normally 80), and a sweatshirt for 40 (normally 65). I swear by UA - nothing better.. and yes it's expensive but well well worth the money.
        Proud owner of a Spicy mare!!

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        • #5
          Wow - fabulous news - the man friend loves loves loves his under armour wear - so guess what he'll be getting for his BD.....
          Originally posted by SmartAlex

          Give it up. Many of us CoTHers are trapped at a computer all day with no way out, and we hunt in packs. So far it as all been in good fun. You should be thankful for that.

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          • #6
            I also check ebay. I've found a couple sellers who sell various UA items (all new with tags!) on ebay, and have picked up several cold gear mocks for $30-$35!

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            • #7
              Cabellas was having a sale a short while ago, I dont know if they are still, but check out their website or call them..They have the NICEST customoer service people...

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              • #8
                Am I the only one that things UA sucks and is overpriced? I was sucked into the marketing frenzy and tried one of their warm weather mock turtle necks for $45. It looked thick and warm, but I froze out at the farm and it was only 40 degrees out. My $10 thermal underwear from Duofold kicks butt over that. I buy all my warm weather gear from www.campmor.com
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by toowoomba2 View Post
                  Am I the only one that things UA sucks and is overpriced? I was sucked into the marketing frenzy and tried one of their warm weather mock turtle necks for $45. It looked thick and warm, but I froze out at the farm and it was only 40 degrees out. My $10 thermal underwear from Duofold kicks butt over that. I buy all my warm weather gear from www.campmor.com

                  I think their cold gear (I guess that's what it's called... to wear in the winter) is pretty good... the only problem I've found is that when I wear it under something it bunches up.
                  However, I hate their warm gear (for summer)- I got one that I was told was better than their general heat gear because it had vents on the side. I wanted it for riding and thought it would be perfect. I found that I was actually warmer in it and that I sweat more than I normally would (I already sweat enough!).

                  I'll buy UA if I can find a decent price but can't bring myself to pay $60 for it, even if it is worth it.


                  OP- Depending where in MD you are, the Leesburg Outlet Mall has a UA store in there that has ok prices. I have found that their prices are usually much better than Dicks Sporting Goods or other places like that.
                  "People ask me 'will I remember them if I make it'. I ask them 'will you remember me if I don't?'"

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                  • #10
                    Did you try the REI in College Park?

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                    • #11
                      Sparky... cuddle duds are great too! I wore one under my show shirt and a polar fleece 1/4 zip for a show on Sunday and it kept me nice and warm.
                      Lowly Farm Hand with Delusions of Barn Biddieom.
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                        SSSSHHHHH. Don't tell the mods but I'm really looking for it for skiing
                        I do wear it riding and doing barn chores too.

                        Anyhow, I just bought a mock neck cold gear top on ebay. $35.00. Not too bad with free shipping. Need to find another pair of the pants now. I prefer to buy online. I don't like shopping in the stores. Just not a shopper.

                        I also have duofold and cuddle duds. I still think the UA is best for extreme cold.

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                        • #13
                          I get my UA knockoffs from TJ Maxx or Marshalls and can normally score some for $10-$15. I found some winter Nike running tights for $17 and they're pretty much the same material as winter riding tights. Great for wearing under full chaps or under winter tights. I have spent the money on the expensive stuff and it's great, but it's even better if it's cheap!
                          I love my Econo-Nag!

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                          • #14
                            Patagonia has its Capilene long underwear on sale on its website for around $20:

                            http://www.patagonia.com/web/us/prod...S&refferer=WSL

                            This stuff has worn like iron for me.

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                            • #15
                              There's also an UA outlet at the Prime Outlets in Hagerstown.

                              I've got an UA coldgear turtleneck, and a Champion one from Target that cost less than half the price of the UA. I don't notice any difference between them as far as wear and warmth.
                              A Year In the Saddle

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                              • #16
                                Depending on your size, look in the Youth department. I'm about a size 12, but I can squeeze into a Youth XL, and the Youth sizes seem to run $10-$15 cheaper than Womens!!
                                "Life is too short to be a slave to the whims of others." -- RugBug, COTH

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                                • #17
                                  I just got a t-neck brand new w/tag off e-bay for 15.00. I was rather happy with that.

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                                  • #18
                                    Hi everyone, have to say, being an instructor who is outside teaching in this and riding for about 8-10 hours a day, the best stuff I ever got was called dermal wear. I wear this under my britches and i'm toasty, the shirts are incredibly warm as well. It was 20 here today and I had this under my pants, down coat and my bogs boots( another thing I couldn't live without!) and I was toasty.

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                                    • #19
                                      Personally I feel if Im just doing chores or not riding the 2 layer duofold is warmer than UA- which is nice for riding. 20 degrees would be a blessing here today.

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                                      • #20
                                        Personally I feel if Im just doing chores or not riding the 2 layer duofold is warmer than UA- which is nice for riding/active stuff. 20 degrees would be a blessing here today.

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