- Provides enhanced muscle support and increased circulation to keep you stronger, longer, while remaining amazingly lightweight and comfortable
- Dual-layer brushed fabric for has a slick outer layer and a soft brushed inner layer that traps warmth
- Lightweight 4-way stretch fabrication improves range of motion and dries faster
- Signature Moisture Transport System wicks sweat to keep you dry
- Anti-odor technology prevents the growth of odor-causing microbes so your mock stays fresher, longer
- 30+ UPF protects your skin from sun damage and premature aging
- Rotated seams and a more feminine silhouette for a flattering fit
- Embroidered logo on neck shows your passion for performance
- 5.0 oz. Polyester/Elastane
Under Armour Cold Gear Mock Turtleneck
|Price:||$32.99 - $49.49|
- 4-Way Stretch Construction - Improves mobility for an enhanced range of motion.
- Specialised fit - That's not tight, but designed to be very close to the body without the constriction of compression.
- Moisture Transport System - Wicks sweat away to keep you dry.
- Extra length in body - To ensure garment stays tucked in
- Legend Grey sublimated print throughout body
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They also are great for layering! When I hit the slopes I wear a fleece over this, and it never bunches up or rubs off, or bleeds on my fleeces.
over all, I am very pleased with this top. I wear it 3-4 times per week as part of my work uniform year round.
The shirts are tight, as many have commented, but they're made that way because they are made for layering. When I first started wearing them, they would make me itchy all over, but I found that they only made me itchy if I was too warm in them.
My first shirt was very long in the arms and bodice, which I loved because I am 6' tall and have a very hard time finding clothes long enough for me. It was also made with a taller and tighter mock neck.
My newer shirts are a lot shorter in the arms and bodice, not a deal breaker, but I would prefer them to be longer. I like my sleeves to keep my wrists covered and I don't like my (under) shirt coming un-tucked when I bend over. The newer shirts are also not as form-fitting, another thing I preferred with the old one. I think the tighter one keeps me warmer, because it keeps the body heat in. It's a lot easier to layer with form fitting shirts as a first layer, than when they're a little baggier. The newer ones also have a shorter neck than the older one, but I would prefer a shorter, looser neck (but still like the mock neck).
Under Armour is definitely worth the extra money to spend over buying thermals. UA will keep you a lot warmer than thermals ever will, especially when used as a first layer, as intended.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
All I've heard is how well the 4.0 was, and how it kept you warm. So I bought top and bottom. I have been out in 18 degree weather with only jeans and a sweatshirt all day. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
got a set for my husband who goes outdoor paintballing in the winter. My husband usually takes a L in the top due to wide shoulders, and a medium on the bottom. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Tamara A Reilly
Great football gear helped me slide off tackles https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=kXPTx_r7WD4Published 19 months ago by 4jesus1
I still wear this. It keeps me really warm lol but other then that it was worth the money hahaPublished on February 22, 2014 by Colleen Ballantyne
I love this top and would buy again, I just wish the sleeves were longer and it had thumb holes..Published on April 19, 2013 by Hot chick
excellent quality and excellent price arrived in time very pleased with my service and the quality of this item will buy again from this vendorPublished on December 28, 2012 by KP