Sub Sports Cold Men's Thermal Compression Baselayer Shorts
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- Thermal compression base layer shorts that keep you warm in cold conditions
- Maintain optimum muscle temperatures - soft internal fibres provide superb comfort and insulation
- Stay dry - moisture-wicking fabric transports sweat away from the skin and minimises chafing
- Increase muscular power & endurance - compression fit improves blood flow and oxygen supply to your leg muscles
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Sub Cold Men's Compression Shorts
Beat the chill with Sub Cold Compression Shorts – thermal sportswear designed to keep you warm in cold conditions.
Increase your power & endurance
Inside, the super-soft internal fibres help to insulate you from the elements and ward off injury by keeping your leg muscles at their optimum performance temperatures. The compression fit also aids blood flow back to the heart, meaning that your muscles are supplied with more oxygen and that you'll benefit from increased power and endurance.
Unlike alternative, bulky cold weather garments, their lightweight design gives you maximum freedom of movement and efficiently wicks moisture away from the skin, helping you to stay dry and chafe-free.
Huge choice of colours
All Sub Cold baselayers also come in a variety of colours, making it easy to find the perfect match for your club strip or to put an individual stamp on your training gear.
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About Sub Sports
Sub Sports is a leading technical sportswear brand based in Ripon, North Yorkshire. Founded in 2008, we have grown from a small start-up company to become one of the UK's leading baselayer retailers, providing athletes of all levels with innovative, high-quality baselayers that improve performance and offer exceptional comfort.
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Top customer reviews
But now, forty years on, it seems I need specially engineered items to help me get five seconds off my already very unremarkable 10k time.
And so now I apparently need a ‘base-layer’ when going for a run.
And actually, I really do. The past was a chilly place. I’ve never liked running in track suit trousers or running leggings – the former are too baggy, the latter too tight around the knee. I find a base-layer keeps me and my not-so-finely tuned hamstrings warm. (For some reason cold calves just don’t register.)
These are a great base-layer. They are tight enough to do the job, but not uncomfortably so. They keep you warm, but don’t make you too hot. I feared they would feel sweaty and clammy, but they don’t. I am a 32” waist, and small is the right size.
And then there’s chaffing. I know this to be a common base-layer issue. Oddly I did have chaffing from these on the backs of my thighs the first time I did a long run (12 miles) – which happened to be the first time I wore them. But it hasn’t happened again since – and I have worn them to run longer distances. So perhaps they needed breaking in? Or perhaps I did.
Because of their compressing characteristics you’ll only want to wear them without shorts over the top if you are particularly pleased with yourself – in which case it’s an instinct probably best curbed. With shorts they are comfortable, and make you look more sporty than you deserve. And certainly more so than plimsolls and footie shorts.
It’s not so much going for a run as the march of progress.
Had 2 pairs which I rinsed out at the end of the day, really comfortable and helped reduce fatigue in my thighs during 8 days of wonderfully fast skiing.