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Does anybody else's baselayer top keep coming untucked?

post #1 of 7
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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!

post #2 of 7

I usually alternate the tucking in of layers.  I tuck my first layer of top under my first layer of bottom, then the second layer of top ONLY under the second layer of bottom.  This stops stuff from pulling out because it's only held down by something slippery.  If you've only got a turtleneck tucked under ski pants, I have no suggestions. 

post #3 of 7

Buy a longer top. I'm 6'5" and know this problem well. I now buy the "tall" version of my baselayer tops and they stay tucked in.

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Originally Posted by sibhusky View Post

I usually alternate the tucking in of layers.  I tuck my first layer of top under my first layer of bottom, then the second layer of top ONLY under the second layer of bottom.  This stops stuff from pulling out because it's only held down by something slippery.  If you've only got a turtleneck tucked under ski pants, I have no suggestions. 


Ummm, errrr, mmmm, something has happened reading your personal system of dressing. adding the image of something slippery just adds to it. thanks for the uh, er, advice. redface.gif

 

I add the concept of access for the occasional quick stop in the trees; can't have long shirt tangled in the mechanism. nothing under the very, very first layer.

 

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post #5 of 7

Lots of ski pants are slippery relative to knit underlayers.  At least mine are.  Not sure where your confusion is.  Tuck underwear top under underwear bottom's waist band.  Now held (presumably) by rough-surfaced tighty-whities (or maybe boxers) and rough-surfaced long johns.  My layers aren't so long that it would interfere with anything as low as you are implying and something tells me if his layers WERE that long, he wouldn't have an issue.
 

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Originally Posted by sibhusky View Post

I usually alternate the tucking in of layers.  I tuck my first layer of top under my first layer of bottom, then the second layer of top ONLY under the second layer of bottom.  This stops stuff from pulling out because it's only held down by something slippery.  If you've only got a turtleneck tucked under ski pants, I have no suggestions. 


Ummm, errrr, mmmm, something has happened reading your personal system of dressing. adding the image of something slippery just adds to it. thanks for the uh, er, advice. redface.gif

 

I add the concept of access for the occasional quick stop in the trees; can't have long shirt tangled in the mechanism. nothing under the very, very first layer.

 

biggrin.gifwink.gif

post #6 of 7

I'm not confused, just smiling like an 11 year old talking about pantiesbiggrin.gifredface.gif, you're absolutely, technically correct on this one, as usual.

It's warm and cloudy here right now and I can't decide when to go out, so what's a guy to do??

post #7 of 7

To the OP:   This is why the stylish big guys with beer guts wear suspenders.

 

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