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I've been using a pair recently as I'm getting over a groin injury - mine are made by McDavid and I bought them from www.physioroom.com. They're fairly good I think - well they certainly feel supportive, but I'm trying not to use them on too regular a basis to allow my injury to heal itself and not rely on the shorts. I tend to wear them if I'm upping my distance, then go back to normal shorts after I've done one or two of the longer distances.
?Now now children, if you can't play nicely I'll make you put your toys away.
Guess it depends on the type of short and it's length. Some compression shorts aren't meant as a base layer and others are. I have some compression shorts. Being a girlie I seem to be able to get away with doing anything. Soon as it comes to men we seem to suddenly have very definite ideas of how what should be worn. Or even what should or should not be worn.
Maybe it's you guys, you're just not adventerous enough. I've seen a group of women run in stiletto's - no men in the group at all. See you're just far to conservative.
i,m planning on buying the 2xu compression shorts to wear on their own....
thanks for the advice...