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Sport Chek

SportChek: Save 40% on Men's and Women's Nike Pro Combat Hyperwarm Apparel

SportChek: Save 40% on Nike Pro Combat Gear
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Nike Pro Combat Hyperwarm gear is pretty pricey but Sport Chek is taking 40% off all in-stock merchandise for a limited time. There's a decent selection available for men and women and some of the items on sale include:

The sale is part of the Winter Sidewalk Sale and you can find more information here.

Prices are in effect until January 14.

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    • Zaphiro
    • Anyone into this stuff for skiing/snowboarding as a base layer?
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    • moufasa
    • is this stuff actually warm and a hot deal? $50 still looks pretty expense, i'm sure there are cheaper alternatives elsewhere?
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    • jmack
    • anyone have experience with these? How does it compare with the under armor cold gear or your typical merino wool base layers?
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    • neiu
    • If you're looking for base layer stuff I'd rather just buy it from Costco. Yeah it might not be Nike but for half the price of the Nike sale price that I'm sure does the same job for skiing or other outdoor activities
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    • DdBigs
    • I got some tights when they were on sale at National, they are good, no complaints. I use them mostly in the fall for cycling and for the winter for running. The tops seem similar to UA but I don't know if they only carry fitted. I like the compression tops and order the UA (I love my UA mocks) from ebay, National Sports only had fitted tops. Use the team assist and it seems like a good deal, this stuff is usually fairly expensive. Also check National Sports, they had them for cheaper a little while back and I used the $10 off.

      I can't compare them to every other brand but I have used cheaper stuff in the past like Old Navy and Adidas and now I only use UA or Nike. There stuff is better, maybe its not worth double price but I think the Nike and UA stuff is awesome.
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    • phreezee
    • This stuff is awesome for winter commuting. Ordered, thanks OP!
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    • phreezee
    • $10 for shipping and it's still a hot deal. I swear by the Nike Pro long sleeve tops while cycle commuting daily in winter. I use as a base layer and only have a softshell fleece for a jacket which gives me the right amount of warmth, breathability and moisture wicking. I also have used UA and Addidas clima-cool and they don't compare for warmth.
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    • chatbox
    • I use Columbia's omniheat baselayer for cycling, hiking and running: http://www.columbia.com/Mens-Womens-...efault,pg.html

      They have three different thickness to choose from for different warmth requirement.

      The other one that I wear is Patagonia's Capilene 4 Expedition which I find if decent as casual wear (as it's not fitted).
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    • Sash[DSL]
    • how does this compare to a plain 100% merino wool baselayer? Nike Pro Combat is made of polyester. Can you wear one a few consecutive days without it smelling?
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    • CsG
    • Merino wool is definitely better.
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    • Inno
    • Merino wool is definitely better.
      But way more expensive.
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    • cleansoap
    • Winners and Marshall's sometimes have decent thermal layers for as low as $12.. even less when on clearance.
      Finding the right size is always a struggle though. They never seem to have large or medium.
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    • CsG
    • But way more expensive.
      Oh, most definitely!
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    • Talamasca
    • But way more expensive.
      Costco recently had 100% merino long sleeve shirts for just $20.
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    • thefeebster
    • Costco recently had 100% merino long sleeve shirts for just $20.
      I was just going to reply to that quote but you did it for me! Costco's Merino Shirts and Pants are superb. I always wear them snowboarding and they keep me warm enough. They sometimes go on sale too. I think i saw some $16-17 at the end of last winter season and they were clearing them out. That's not expensive. Regular Price isn't expensive either.
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    • blackmarket69
    • http://www.sportchek.ca/product/index.jsp?productId=13028459

      were on sale for 50% off on blackfriday and on cyber monday had an extra 15% off including free shipping so were $29+change. I bought 4 they work great use them for base layer for working outside nice fit. underarmour ones have odour blocker built in but that seems to be a gimmick and ua never goes on sale.
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    • DdBigs
    • The 20% off coupon would have, but that expired Dec31
      Supposedly the team assist have been extended to the end of February. Well at least thats what they are saying over on the thread.

      Might be hit or miss if they will honor an expired coupon but supposedly head office has extended the deal.
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    • icetink
    • Supposedly the team assist have been extended to the end of February. Well at least thats what they are saying over on the thread.

      Might be hit or miss if they will honor an expired coupon but supposedly head office has extended the deal.
      I tried using a team assist coupon and the cashier accepted it even though the back says "Valid to December 31, 2012" (Erin Mills Town Centre location).
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    • 7jai
    • can this deal be found in stores? I'm not sure what size i am exactly heh...
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    • icetink
    • can this deal be found in stores? I'm not sure what size i am exactly heh...
      Yes
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    • Zaphiro
    • The 20% off coupon would have, but that expired Dec31
      I have ta coupons with a feb expiry

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