home made base layered clothing
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my wife is a professional seamstress. I've talked to her about sewing me a set of merino wool base layer top and bottom. When purchasing top end merino wool fabric, have any of you done this yourself or had a friend/family member do it for you and was there significant savings? thank you
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I thought about it but there is so much and many brands of good hi-tec clothing out there.

It is not worth the time or effort.

I go to the used clothing stores and buy.

I have found like new hi-tec base layers for pennies on the dollar.

My wife told me to stop buying them as I have to much.

But it is hard to pass up on a 50 to 80 dollar shirt for 3 bucks.
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Wool beats most any material in cold wet weather. Ive yet to find a new material that actually beats or comes close to wool, regardless of claims..Give me wool and down combined..Yes I know down is not good when wet, but unless your on the water its not a problem, both dry fast btw..breathable rain gear should be taken with you at all times anyway..but its hard to teach an old dog new tricks.

Ray Atkinson
Atkinson Hunting Adventures
10 Ward Lane,
Filer, Idaho, 83328
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