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Old 07-24-21, 02:25 PM
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Hiro11
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I really like hydrophobic, skin-tight mesh undershirts. I have a shirts from Craft and Giordana I wear most often, the cheap ones from Amazon are fine too. I'm a particularly heavy sweater and prone to salt-buildup and chafing. On long rides this can become such an issue that I almost need to stop. I find I can can wear mesh undershirts even on the hottest days and they prevent any chafing of my upper body. I don't find they make me much warmer.
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