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Mesh Underwear...Besides Brynje?

Discussion in 'Kit Chatter' started by Monk, Oct 3, 2005.

  1. Monk

    Monk Forager

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    Can any of our Scandinavian friends tell us if there are any other companies that make the fishnet/mesh undergarments besides Brynje? I cames across an old mesh top in a surplus store made out of cotton netting by SPORTARTIKLAR AB SWEDEN but on the web can't find any info. Any other makers?
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    Thanks for links, fellows!
     
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    Frighteningly, if you've read the Norgee thread,

    http://www.aclima.no/eindex.htm

    go to Products-> Aclima Super Net

    Seems to be the thing.

    Anything that advertises itself with the line, ". Wind-protection in front helps protect the family jewels." has to be worth a look.

    Don't know where you'll find a supplier though...
     
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    Anyone mostly wearing Brynje this winter?

    I fancy a string vest for the coming season, but don't want to look like a character in a Spike Milligan drawing. So, how does sizing work? Will one's normal size have a loose or close fit?

    Also, what are the respective benefits of the lightweight and the heavyweight fabrics

    Thanks for any input. :)
     
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    It should have a good, tight fit.
     
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    I got Aclima 3/4 pants
    Perfect for skiing and other sweat driving activities. I Went skiing in -16C with those and Goretex shell pants. Wasn't cold at all...after some skiing I was sweating, but didn't have any troubles with the cold.

    Greger
     
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    Don't you find a 3/4 cut just perfect for skiing ... well, anything involving boots. Once I discovered it, nost of my longs went under the sewing machine :lol:
     
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    Indeed! I use the for hunting (where I sit as still as I can) too. Works fine there as well.
     

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