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Old 16-01-11, 03:32 PM   #1
 
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Does anybody else's baselayer top keep coming untucked?

The top I usually wear as a baselayer ends up coming untucked by the end of the day or riding up and it drives me nuts! Does this happen to anybody else? I don't want to wear one-piece long underwear. Anybody got any suggestions on what to do or other products to try? Thanks!
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Old 17-01-11, 10:32 AM   #2
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uhh, yes .............. it is a little frustrating isn't it . I have also found it diffcult trying to slip on a bit more lippy when on the c/lift to, U know it passes thru those wheelie things makes an aweful clang, the lipstick looks more like mascure, uh damm & don't get me started on ma' hair, why I've had to throw in a h/dryer in my day pack !
...................... and they call it ..................FUN ???
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Old 17-01-11, 01:25 PM   #3
 
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Oh, Andy. I'm terribly sorry that you wasted your time reading such an inane question from such an obviously undeserving fellow forum reader. I envy you, you know. You strike me as a 'real' man who doesn't have time to abide anything that doesn't stimulate a surge of testosterone through your veins. You've certainly got no time for the skiers who don't thrash down the slopes like you do cursing small children, breaking through boulders, leveling moguls with a piece of raw, bloody animal flesh dangling from your mouth. Yes, Andy, you're a REAL skier. The kind that doesn't waste a moment on questions about 'what to wear' as if that really matters to a REAL skier. I'll be more like you and just wear sandpaper, chains and a leather corset next time I hit the slopes. You know, like the stuff I'm sure you REAL motorcycle men wear while on your cute little, intro-to-biking model motorscooter. Oh, and by the way, I lost a leg in a car accident that also took the life of my seven year old daughter and I can't wear conventional ski gear which is the reason I am having the problem with my shirt in the first place you prick.
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Old 18-01-11, 12:31 AM   #4
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Hi Skibyrd, nice retort! Some people have their heads regrettably far up their arses. About your problem, an easy solution might be suspenders? They keep your pants up, sure, but can keep your baselayer in place, too. Also, Nike makes a really good base that is a bit longer than others. I likewise hate the ride-up, it makes enjoying the chair ride difficult! Best of luck!
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Old 18-01-11, 02:20 AM   #5
 
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Thanks PNW, for both comments. I regret there are mean-spirited people out there on forums like this where people are just trying to enjoy the same sport together. I hadn't considered suspenders, but I think I'll give it a try. I should be able to clip them onto whatever I wear even if I have to change up gear to accommodate my prosthesis. I appreciate the suggestion!
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Old 18-01-11, 07:17 AM   #6
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Calm down, calm down,
Point taken.

I was just having a bit of fun, & yes we all have had things that have not gone as they should !

Sorry, I did not mean to cause any offence, it was all said in jest.

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