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Suggestions, please, for winter running base layer

Preferably heavy for serious cold, and snug, second-skin fit

Thank you
Please provide SPECIFIC links/product names.

Should be:

1. Heavy

(I run at 5 am, so it’s quite cold in the winter)

2. Designed for running

(I run 60+ miles a week, so I’m looking for specialized product)

3. Top & Bottom set

4. Form-fitting

(Winter r clothes sd be tight)
I have Mizuno’s Breathe Thermo baselayer set. It’s warm but too loose
Regarding Icebreaker, I’ve seen it on Wiggle. Is it for running? Does it have a complementary top too? Thank you
Next question:

Anyone tried 2XU thermal compression?

I like compression to control my DOMS, so I thought their thermal compression might be a good solution

Thank you

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21 Nov 20
It’s ridiculous how expensive running is as a hobby. I had no idea when I started
My stuff:

- 5 shoes
- lots of compression & base layer
- lots of shorts & singlets
- lots of running socks
- Apple Watch
- bone conduction headphones
- Oaklies
- creams/gels/pre
- assorted gloves, headbands, winter hats

And I’m still slow. Pretty absurd
Many of the comments suggest this a lot. It's not actually. Most of the serious runners I know have gear like this and even more, like heart straps or recovery boots. I am only semi-serious at 50+ miles/week.

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A lot emphasis today on North Korean nuclear weapons, asymmetric warfare, and trilateralism (Korea-Japan-US).

@duyeonkim was on my panel and made the good observation that S Korea and US need a joint strategy on NK ‘grey-zone tactics.’ I like that term for its oblique ops.

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Speaking at the Catholic Institute of Northeast Asian Peace on Korean security today.

Flyer is below.

Conference is streaming live on YouTube now:

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The bishop of this diocese just referred to the Church in North Korea as the ‘Church in Silence.’ Interesting term; never heard that before.

Also, there is one Catholic church in NK. But no priests, so no mass.

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