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On 6/22/2017 at 1:44 AM, Starwarsbunny said:

Can anyone recommend or send me a link of undersuit that has a thin material and sweat resistant if possible? Tried underarmor heat gear but the ones they have got seams all over and will be visible. Thanks.

Now I have a under armor and I LOVE it, but what I'm going to be using as well is this:

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I Scuba Dive so this was already handy and I've used this to do test fitting (since I'm still currently building my suit, but this material is thin enough to breath while still leaving as few seams as possible.  Now this is a single piece whereas the others are two pieces so this'll be a LITTLE harder to change.  I use this as a "under shirt":

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Seems to work!  I tested this out in my garage in extreme heat and sweat my stormtrooper behind off, but it felt a little better!  I'm going to be trying this out on my first troop to see how it works :)

 

Hope this helps! :)

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This:

 

https://www.stormtrooperundersuit.com/index.php

 

Or this (has an extra zipper so Troopers can, um, do maintenance when they need to):

 

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ask for Jeff. 

 

Some troopers also use underarmor, one or two pieces. Basically you want a matte black, breathable undersuit that has some stretch.

 

Happy undersuiting!

 

 

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There are a lot of options out there, but I personally prefer the 2 piece suit.  Makes it MUCH easier for when, uh... "nature calls".  You can find black compression shirts/pants on Amazon (links below).  Don't worry if some have graphics, as long as they can't be seen (your armor will cover them) you are good to go.

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On Friday, July 07, 2017 at 2:00 AM, Jon E. said:

This:

 

https://www.stormtrooperundersuit.com/index.php

 

Or this (has an extra zipper so Troopers can, um, do maintenance when they need to):

 

http://www.renaissancedancewear.com/stormtrooper.html

 

ask for Jeff. 

 

Some troopers also use underarmor, one or two pieces. Basically you want a matte black, breathable undersuit that has some stretch.

 

Happy undersuiting!

 

 

 

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On Friday, July 07, 2017 at 2:01 PM, BadBatch said:

I much prefer a 1-piece suit, that way the layers never slip apart when on long troops.

Neosport dive skin from Leisure Pro- $27US.
http://www.leisurepro.com/p-blrlm/neosport-unisex-lycra-spandex-skin-suit

Thank you so much, really good info. Have a nice weekend. 

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On Friday, July 07, 2017 at 2:00 AM, Jon E. said:

This:

 

https://www.stormtrooperundersuit.com/index.php

 

Or this (has an extra zipper so Troopers can, um, do maintenance when they need to):

 

http://www.renaissancedancewear.com/stormtrooper.html

 

ask for Jeff. 

 

Some troopers also use underarmor, one or two pieces. Basically you want a matte black, breathable undersuit that has some stretch.

 

Happy undersuiting!

 

 

Thank you so much Jon, very helpful. Will check it. Have a nice weekend. 

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On 7/7/2017 at 4:28 PM, justjoseph63 said:

There are a lot of options out there, but I personally prefer the 2 piece suit.  Makes it MUCH easier for when, uh... "nature calls".  You can find black compression shirts/pants on Amazon (links below).  Don't worry if some have graphics, as long as they can't be seen (your armor will cover them) you are good to go.

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Many thanks Joseph, much appreciated, you are always so helpful. Will check all these links. Enjoy your weekend. 

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I'll add my vote to the 2 piece.  I tried off brands, but personally like Under Armor best.  Very comfy and lasts years.  Actually, I bought two sets: one heat gear and one cold gear.  Why? Sometimes it's hot, and some troops it's cold.  Nice to have some options..

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