Under Armour Men's ColdGear Infrared Fitted Leggings
|Price:||$35.72 - $91.31|
- 87% Polyester/13% Elastane
- This Product is made in jordan
- This item made of polyester
- This is a athletic pants
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Dual-layer coldgear Evo fabric has an ultra-warm, brushed interior & a slick, fast-drying exterior. Coldgear infrared technology uses a soft, thermo-conductive inner coating to absorb & retain your own body heat. 4-Way stretch fabrication allows greater mobility in any Direction. Moisture transport system Wicks sweat away from the body. Anti-odor technology prevents the growth of odor causing microbes.
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I first got this product- it looked ok, a bit on the flimsy side but for the compression fit- it was expected. I tried them on. First leg went on ok. Second leg, was mostly on, when I heard a RIP. Turns out it was the elastic on the cuff end ( by the ankle). Result= a not so form fitting leg which made the legging bunched up one leg.
I work in commercial coolers and freezers, with temps 41- 37 and 0- -20 ( respectively); so I wanted something to keep me a little warmer.
First night wearing them. I stepped out of my house into windy conditions with a wind chill of 10 degrees. It felt like the wind and cold going around my legs and making them colder. It didn't change after my commute or throughout the night.
Second and Third nights, was in a cooler. Still felt colder in them than without wearing them. There was no insulation or a semblance of generating warmth.
Forth night, was in the freezer. Still felt colder and similar results as the previous nights.
After reading the reviews, instead of swearing by them, I'd swear at them. Sure, I bought the name. It meant quality and something that worked and not gimmicky. Now, with this " IR REFLECTION TECHNOLOGY", UA seems to relax it standards of production as long as they put their IR into the fabric.
The $ 54 price tag ( the price I paid) is a little expensive for a pair of underwear that has less insulation than my ordinary boxer shorts.
EPIC FAIL UNDER ARMOUR
4-way stretch for greater mobility
Dual layer fabric for added warmth
I was unsure initially, as it seemed the cold air was getting transferred right through to my legs; but as my pace picked up and my body heat rose, I could really tell they were retaining my body heat and keeping my legs warm. I walked 5 miles at just under 15 min. per mile pace, and my legs felt great -- felt like wearing just the sweat-pants in 50 degree weather. I also find them to be very comfortable and supportive, which also helps with the workout.