need good moisture wicking underwear

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  1. randomname

    randomname Professional

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    im about to start teaching in a little while (it'll be afterschool stuff for a while but then when everything it out i'll be doing the all day camp) and I live in the middle of texas where it can get to about 110+ degrees on court. anyway, whats some good (and not too expensive) moisture wicking underwear? I have one pair of under armor compression shorts but $25 a pair is a bit much
     
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  2. randomname

    randomname Professional

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    bump..... (10 chars)
     
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  3. anonymous2364

    anonymous2364 Banned

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    how bout no underwear
     
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  4. aidenous

    aidenous Semi-Pro

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    Try Under Armour or Nike Compression shorts
     
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  5. AR15

    AR15 Professional

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    Better than the Nike or Under Armor, I found some Champion at Stein Mart for about $10 a pair. It has a thicker weave than the expensive stuff and does a better job.

    I have the Under Armor Compression shorts and don't like them near as well. Plus, the first few minutes I wear them, I feel like my tennis shorts are going to slide off.:)
     
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  6. guynamedsean

    guynamedsean Rookie

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    See, pros do post on TW!

    Randomname is really Rafael Nadal
     
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  7. ayoPATRICIO

    ayoPATRICIO Rookie

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    where did you get that from?
     
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