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    U19 12th Man Amobokobokoboko's Avatar
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    Base layers

    Hi guys,

    I need to buy a new base layers but the offer is so huge nowadays.
    For the moment I'm using CCC but I'm not that happy about it. I know Skins is one of the better brands on the market but very difficult to find in Belgium unless you order it online.

    In my hometown they do sell Adidas and Nike. I would go for the compression shirt and pants.

    So my question to you is: does anybody has already some experience with one tof these brands and is there a difference between them.
    Nike has some thicker fabrics used in their baselayer than Adidas but as I want to use it in summer as well I may go for Adidas.

    Any feedback is welcome.
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    i also have ccc but i realy like it i wouldnt go 4 skins as they are sponsored by micheal vaughn! my dad uses nike 4 golf and he rates them highly. realy its ur choice but based on my dad the nike is the best choice but i dont know bout addidas. hope i have helped.

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    U19 12th Man Amobokobokoboko's Avatar
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    Cheers bro.

    I just gonna try both of them.
    Nike has superb designs and stuff are used very fast.
    So Adidas has a big chance.

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    yh fair enough,

    why don't u like the ccc tho? I think they're brill


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    U19 12th Man Amobokobokoboko's Avatar
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    Well because I hardly feel any difference when I (don't ) wear it.
    And my shirt is coming up and my pants is going down nah really I have to make a really tight nob in it and after using it for a long time it start hurting on my belly area.

    It sounds stupid, but my first pair was an under armor one and I didn't have any of the mentioned issues with them.

    As I'm thinking of taking up rugbyagain in january untill our cricket season starts I just need a decent baselayer. It's alos awesome for jogging and other sports during summer.

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    Fair enough I also use them 4 other sports, I wouldn't use a ccc 4 rugby as they tear easily believe me iv tried!

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    U19 12th Man Amobokobokoboko's Avatar
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    Yeah, true.
    I think Habana get's a new outfit every game he plays

    Thanks for the feedback

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    iv got th adidas climacool, its not bad, it doesnt compress much but i dont feel sweaty and disgusting at the crease but it does make u warmer.

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    I love under armour, I would stick to that because its thick and stretchy, and it really helps your muscles (well mine anyway) from really going up.
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    Thanks mate, might give them a chance.



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