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  • Paul7654321
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    Nothing beats Fruit of The Loom T shirts and sweat pants from Walmart. They do well after several washes and doesn't shrink up much in the Dryer. The little shrinking it does, shows your chest a bit better

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  • Kristyn
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    you should try Augusta sportswear merch I have used this tee https://www.ustradeent.com/ladies-ju...mp-tee-96.html and now I wondered that their products are better than puma and Jordan or any other top rated brand

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  • barnlifter
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    Soffe for shorts. Ranger panties are only about $15 through amazon. They are 100% nylon, actually short--people will see your legs (gasp) but the shorts don't get in the way.

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  • philibusters
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    I just wear runners clothes. Runners clothes wick away sweat much better than cotton and keeps you cool. I wear runner shorts with pockets (the 7inch version not 3inch short shorts). Finding pockets on running shorts isn't always easy. Shirt costs about $20 and shorts cost about $20. I have Addias squat shoes but usually I don't bother to wear them. The one time I have to dress different is if I l do front squats with my front squat harness. That catches on my shorts, so if I know I am going to use the front squat harness I will wear tights.

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  • mbasic
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    Originally posted by Kristyn View Post
    I usually get of my gear at UstradeEnt clothing store. Recently I was get some athletic outfits it was so great and they're giving fast shipping during in this lock-down also. I really appreciate.
    i no appreciate spam post so flag spam i did bot lady

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  • Kristyn
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    I usually get of my gear at UstradeEnt clothing store. Recently I was get some athletic outfits it was so great and they're giving fast shipping during in this lock-down also. I really appreciate.

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  • BobbyD
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    If you keep an eye out you can find a lot of good stuff at Ross. I've found things as crazy as Versace dress shirts for $22 at the main Ross here in San Diego. I just stop in and browse for 10 minutes or so every few weeks and get stuff if there's anything good. Obviously it make take a bit to find something in your size, but the patience can really pay off. Also, slightly off topic but if you have a Bloomingdales Outlet or Saks Off 5th Avenue in your area you can stop in once in a while to look for dress clothes. I picked up a $600 Michael Kors suit from the clearance rack for $90.

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  • Mr. Jiggs
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    I get most of my gear from Barbell Apparel or Lululemon. I would not recommend the Lululemon shirts for lifting (but great outside of the gym, super comfy), as they're pretty light and any bar with knurling will tear them up. VIRUS also makes great stuff.

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  • Whip Chop
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    I’ve been using some of the Ten Thousand Foundation shorts without liner. I have a 9” and a 7” and kind of like the 7” better for squatting. They seem super durable and comfortable. There are usually enough discount codes for them floating around so they aren’t too pricey. I tried the Interval short and it’s more “crossfitty.”

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  • GoWolfpack
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    Originally posted by Serack View Post
    I asked the Mrs for a couple BBM shirts for our anniversary, but it seems the ones I picked out are out in my size.

    Get on that GOMAD and get yourself into a XXL.

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  • Serack
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    I asked the Mrs for a couple BBM shirts for our anniversary, but it seems the ones I picked out are out in my size.

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  • sjalbrec
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    Rhone's Sentry Short Sleeve is on sale for labor day (ends 09/02/2019) from $68 to $30 (you have to also use code "savesummer40"). This is one of my favorite workout shirts and they have free shipping too.

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  • sjalbrec
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    My current favorite shirts are from aether (vigor tee), rhone (reign), and A7 (bar grip). None of these are cheap, but I was able to get mine on sale. I got the A7 shirt back in 2016 and it's pretty plain. I'm not as fond of their new, more busy, styles.

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  • azeemqwerty
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    if you are in Canada, National Sports has their house brand called Simply Fit - they are cheap and awesome quality. Like how underarmour used to be in their prime, for less than half the price.

    EDIT: Sadly somehow sales were not good enough for this brand (amazing quality for so cheap - guess just doesnt have a logo to show off/market) so it is not being continued. Shame really.
    Last edited by azeemqwerty; 06-01-2019, 03:40 PM.

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  • cwd
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    Salvation Army mostly. Hard to beat a $2 T-shirt!

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