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    Quote Originally Posted by misskarne View Post
    I've never been selfconscious about my panty lines. I don't get the big deal, to be brutally honest.
    And there's the option of not wearing panties at all. If you're wearing tights with pants or leggings or a skirt on top, you don't really need panties, unless the skirt doesn’t have panties attached.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GarrAarghHrumph View Post
    I don't wear leggings, because I'm not skinny enough for leggings.
    You beat me to that comment. Track pants, t-shirt and a light jacket in summer. Substitute long sleeved top in winter. I've never had an issue catching a blade in the track pants, but I don't jump and can't spin.
    Quote Originally Posted by GarrAarghHrumph View Post
    Oh, yes, you reminded me - I always wear gloves. Always. I hate cold hands.
    My hands get chapped really easily, even in moderate cold, so gloves are essential.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skittl1321 View Post
    I wear the frosty tights under my work pants when it gets below 0. I have to walk about a mile to work, so they are a huge help! Our rink is warm though, and sometimes they are TOO warm.
    that sounds kind of amazing, given that i am generally colder than everyone else lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bunny Hop View Post
    You beat me to that comment. Track pants, t-shirt and a light jacket in summer. Substitute long sleeved top in winter. I've never had an issue catching a blade in the track pants, but I don't jump and can't spin.
    My hands get chapped really easily, even in moderate cold, so gloves are essential.
    I'm totally the opposite with the gloves, I can't skate with them on at all. My hands feel trapped or something.

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    Nothing comes between me and my skates

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    I wear a T-shirt, light cotton hoodie, and a fleece jacket, with either cotton workout/lounge pants (bootcut) or fleece workout/lounge pants (bootcut), depending on how cold it is. So far, I haven't gotten my blades caught in the bootcut pants, but I'm at a beginner level. I avoid yoga pants/leggings due to the aftorementioned panty line issue! I always wear knit gloves (little cheap ones, from Target/Walmart) for warmth and in case I fall. Currently I wear lightweight socks with my skates. Years ago, I used to wear just nylon knee-highs, but right now I like a little more cushioning with socks.

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    I just found a great pair of cheap leggings from ModCloth (I need something to pad an order for free shipping and they were $14.) Stretchy with a soft lining to add a little warmth. So far, they work great for skating now I've hit the treadmill enough to subject the world to me in skintight pants again...

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    I think most people wear variations on the theme of black leggings/yoga pants. Simply, they work. I wear a leotard and tights with leggings or dance pants over that. If it's cold, in addition to my leotard and leggings combo, I wear a close-fitting cashmere turtleneck and stretchy gloves.

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    Yeah, I prefer to not have to skate with gloves. I "feel" the skating better without them. However, there are some rinks where the cold is so bone-chilling that I can't go without them for more than a few minutes.

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