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recommendations for cold weather clothing

top_bhoytop_bhoy Posts: 1,423
edited May 2010 in MTB buying advice
Its now getting chilly here in this part of Oz, particularly in the evenings when it is dark. I normally just wear baggy type shorts and t-shirts for general cycling and for in/out city centre. Any tips/recommendations for cold weather, general cycling, clothing.

I'm not looking for the cheapest options, nor am I looking to take out a 2nd mortgage. I have some Giordana Tenax shorts for use on the road bike which I like and that would be the area I'd be looking to pitch at cost/quality wise.

Cheers

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  • captainflycaptainfly Posts: 1,001
    Bibshorts/tights under baggies are good in cooler times, then a cold weather baselayer or microfleece under a windproof/waterproof outershell work well upto stupifly cold weather -10 degrees C this year with microfleece and waterproofs this year and still sweating.
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  • Uncle PeterUncle Peter Posts: 324
    These guys are just across the Tasman Sea...http://www.groundeffect.co.nz/products/

    Great kit and it's pretty good value too.
  • crakercraker Posts: 2,060
    I think a buff is the best bit of cycling gear I have, still wearing it on cooler mornings as we approach summer. It stops cold air blowing down my top, simple as that.
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