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ColdGear® Legging Bottoms by Under Armour

4.4 out of 5 stars 85 customer reviews
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Price: $40.00 - $189.73
Size Chart Fit: As expected (88%)
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  • PolyArmour
  • Imported
  • Warmth without the weight
  • Constructed of brushed moisture wicking fabric
  • All you need when the temperature drops below 55
  • Enhanced thermal protection
  • Flatlock seams eliminate abrasion points

Product Description

Dual-layer EVO ColdGear® fabric delivers an ultra-warm, brushed inside and a slick, fast-drying outside. Lightweight, 4-way stretch fabrication improves range of motion and dries faster. Leggings feature advanced moisture management technology to keep you warm, comfortable, and focused. Smooth flatlock seams prevent chafing. UA logo on front leg reminds you of the performance power you've put on so you can be at your best. 6.8 oz. Nylon/Polyester/Elastane. Imported.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 5 x 2 inches ; 6.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00029BKAI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (85 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #227,647 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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Best 50 bucks I've ever spent. I have a valet job and work outside all winter, I wear these things every day under a pair of thin Dockers and they are fantastic. I'm a bigger guy, and the compression gear tops don't work well with my big gut, these are just right for my lower body type. If you're a size 38-40 waist like me, go with the XXL, it's just the right size. Combined with the Under Armour Driver Mock (actually a golf item) my base layer is perfect, I never get cold. I recently wore the same combination skiing, and the leggings were perfect under my snow pants. Just pull them up to the top of the sock with a little overlap and no moisture accumulates against your body whatsoever, a very important element of staying warm and safe when it's cold out. All of Under Armour's products I have tried do a great job of this moisture transportation away from your skin and I'll never wear cotton or other long underwear again. Do yourself a favor and try these out, they are the new gold standard in my book.
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These are probably one of my favorite articles of clothing. I am a frequent (normally 5+ times a week) endurance runner, and I have found these to be a great addition to my gym bag. Whenever it's too chilly to wear shorts, I'll pull on my Underarmour coldgear leggings and throw my shorts on top of them. Thay keep my legs nice and warm without overheating them.

I also tend to use these as a base layer under everything from jeans to my dress pants whenever it's cold out. Again, they keep my legs warm , but not too warm.

I also like the fit of these leggings. They are tight around the legs, providing good muscle support and compression (good for reducing injuries and soreness), without being too uncomfortable in the crotch and rear (provided you don't wear anything under them -- yes, they are supposed to be worn as underwear). They also have what feels like a synthetic microsuede interior, which just ads to the overall comfort level.

I have heard a few people complain that underarmour heat gear keeps them a bit too cold, especially when they don't wear anything on top. I like to be slightly cooler when running, so these work for me. If you can't stand being a bit on the cool side, you probably shouldn't leave any part of the tights uncovered (wear something over that completely covers them), but if you don't, yo won't be shivering either.
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I bought these after years of debating whether it would be worth the cost. I wear these for winter soccer and snowboarding. In 20 degree weather, they really hold in the heat. When I put them on, before running around, I thought they would constrict movement, but as soon as I'm actually moving around, I forget they're there.

The sizing runs a little tight, so I ordered a size larger than the official website recommendations, and I'm happy I did because they are still very skin tight. I normally wear a 32x30 pant, and size L is a good fit.
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I wear these under my dress pants commuting by bike when the temperature is below freezing. Even in high winds, my legs never get cold. Now if only I could find shoes to do the same thing...
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I hate the cold. I mean I really HATE it, after getting frost bite on my nose and ears. However, I try not to let it slow me down. I run except in the coldest weather (like now its almost 0F with the wind chill).

Whenever the temperature drops to 40F or less, I wear these and my running shorts. I can wear them to about 60F, then I overheat and have to shed them. They are great except the fit; they were too small in the quads, so I chose a XXL. When the weather gets very cold (25F to 10F), I layer additional clothing on top, wind pants, jeans, whatever.

See my Smartwool reviews about other cold weather gear that I wear.
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Size: XX-LargeColor: Black Verified Purchase
I purchased the under armour leggings for my husband. He works outdoors. He found the leggings to be very beneficial. He has been wearing them on a regular basis and is very satisfied with the warmth and comfort they provide.
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I work outside on a loading dock all day long in frigid temperatures all day and my legs would often times get cold. Tried about 4 different products with varying results. Not only do they keep me warm while outside, they also help fight off fatigue and muscle strain due to the compression. Long story short best $38 ever spent, ordered 4 more pairs as a base layer for my job!
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I switched from long johns to the Under Armour Coldgear Leggings.

Without the bulk of long johns, I am even warmer than before.

Because they are so tight fitting, though, it motivates me to lose even more weight.

These are perfect for really cold settings, whether skiing or jogging.
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