Thermal Compression Tops and Shorts/Trousers from £13 - Deal of the Day @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Good price for thermal base layers - excellent reviews and a lot cheaper than Under Armour, Nike etc.

Short sleeve tops from £13
Shorts and long trousers from £13

All different sizes and colours available.
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#1
Just ordered the short sleeve top for £11. Bought one of each a few months back when they were about £8 each. Good price now though. A mate of mine paid £25 for this yesterday elsewhere
#2
I prefer the Sonidco therm mock ones from sports direct for £10 as they have a rubberised hem on them, which stops them riding up.
#3
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kidcarlosuk
Just ordered the short sleeve top for £11. Bought one of each a few months back when they were about £8 each. Good price now though. A mate of mine paid £25 for this yesterday elsewhere


I actually lie. I bought the under armour one for £11.
#4
Seems a rip off for non branded baselayers / compression tops

Adidas selling them for £10.50 online / Instore half price

Last year underarmour were £4.50 to £9 and AMazon.. Also picked up a gore one from Halfords for £8 online
#5
dodgymix
Seems a rip off for non branded baselayers / compression tops

Adidas selling them for £10.50 online / Instore half price

Last year underarmour were £4.50 to £9 and AMazon.. Also picked up a gore one from Halfords for £8 online

I'd got some Amazon vouchers and needed some for skiing so it seemed ok for me - In my opinion the "RRP" or normal price would be a total rip off!

These are thermal base layers as well, as opposed to just a simple wicking compression top.
#6
kidcarlosuk
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kidcarlosuk
Just ordered the short sleeve top for £11. Bought one of each a few months back when they were about £8 each. Good price now though. A mate of mine paid £25 for this yesterday elsewhere

I actually lie. I bought the under armour one for £11.
The XL Under Armour short sleeves are going for £11 http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00884L3WY?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o03_s008)
#7
under armour normally go for £11 on Amazon. I've had 2 from Amazon at seperate times so keep an eye out on their promotions. under armour are more comfortable than skins which are supposed to be a more premium brand.
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dereklogan7
kidcarlosuk
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kidcarlosuk
Just ordered the short sleeve top for £11. Bought one of each a few months back when they were about £8 each. Good price now though. A mate of mine paid £25 for this yesterday elsewhere

I actually lie. I bought the under armour one for £11.
The XL Under Armour short sleeves are going for £11 http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00884L3WY?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o03_s008)

Ooosh, I didn't see that!

What's the sizing like? I'll probably try one and see what it's like in comparison to the others.
#9
But then, the ones i've posted are specifically thermal layers, the Under Armour are just standard compression tops - i'm going skiing so need the extra warmth.
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I have both the top and bottoms and can't be happier with them. Used them for snowboarding and also have a white top that I wear under my suit/dress shirt when i don't wish to wear a heavy jacket on those frosty days. Bought a third set, great price! Heat added.
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PC_Dave
But then, the ones i've posted are specifically thermal layers, the Under Armour are just standard compression tops - i'm going skiing so need the extra warmth.



That's the one I bought. Which I use for running. As you say they are not specifically thermal so you may be better off with the original. Anyway size wise, I'm a large in most clothes and that's what I bought and it fits well.

I bought a red large one today for £11
#12
These aren't non branded, they are Sub Sports. I've had a set for a while after reading a recommendation on a different HUKD thread for other compression gear. They are thermal so you should compare with Under Armour Cold Gear rather than Sonic Compression. And they are really thermal, I can well imagine going skiing in them. In fact for running, which is what I bought them for, they've been way too much even for the depths of a UK winter. They are well made and worth £13 - way better than Sondico Sports Direct rubbish. Though I won't be getting any more because I just haven't found the right conditions to need them.
#13
Under Armour are cheaper at Sports Direct than these and it depends if you want Coldweather or hot weather base layers. Cold weather ones are more expensive.

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