Under Armour Men's ColdGear Infrared Tactical Hood
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- ColdGear® Infrared uses a soft, thermo-conductive inner coating to absorb and retain your own body heat
- Form-fitting balaclava offers full facial protection in extreme cold
- Also can be worn with the chin dropped or as a neck gaiter for greater ventilation
- ColdGear® Evo fabric delivers ridiculous warmth and superior comfort
- 4-way stretch fabrication allows greater mobility and maintains shape
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ColdGear Infrared uses a soft, thermo-conductive inner coating to absorb and retain your own body heat. Form-fitting balaclava offers full facial protection in extreme cold. Also can be worn with the chin dropped or as a neck gaiter for greater ventilation. ColdGear Evo fabric delivers ridiculous warmth and superior comfort. 4-way stretch fabrication allows greater mobility and maintains shape.
Top Customer Reviews
I live in northern Utah and run all year long. I regularly will run in single-digit temperatures during the winter, and I've wanted to get something to protect my face and neck (my chin, in particular) for a while. I searched the web for "running balaclavas" and I was particularly impressed with the advertised features and benefits of this "ColdGear Infrared" hood. The thought of thermal-conductive material throughout the hood was what sold me.
After having worn it on a few runs now -- with temperatures ranging from the high single digits to the 20s -- I've been disappointed by its performance.
My complaint is this: the hood itself (the part that goes on your head) is too thin!
I shave my head, and my relatively lightweight Saucony running hat has served me very well in any temperature I've run in (I'll run when it's as cold as 3-5 degrees; below that, I stay in). I was a bit concerned at how thin the hood portion of this was (which is notably thinner than the rest of it, with the face-mask part being more appropriately thick), but I wanted to try it out before making any assessments. So I headed out one morning on a 7.5-miler with the outside temperature being roughly 15 degrees.
I immediately felt a chill on my head that I wasn't accustomed to -- something I hadn't felt wearing that relatively lightweight Saucony running hat. I figured the "Infrared" would kick in once I warmed up, as advertised. It didn't. Although my head warmed up slightly after 4 miles, I was still notably cold up top. (The mask part kept my chin and neck plenty warm and performed well.Read more ›
1- The seam that allows for easy positioning of the face mask portion, which extends over the ear, channels air directly to your ears. Cycling at over 15 mph generates a loud wind noise.
2- The fabric has such a tight thread that it is difficult to breath through. When I get breathing hard it takes a lot more effort and a lot of my breath ends up getting pushed up out the top of the face shield causing my glasses to fog up.
I was constantly in -25 weather and this kept me quite warm. I do however wish the end of the hood extended a little more onto my neck but that issue was resolved with a scarf or turtleneck shirt. OverAll, great product will keep you warm! Ps. But a beanie on your head for extra warmth!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
About what I expected, maybe not quite as heavy against extreme cold.Published 1 day ago by George Kurtinitis
This is my third one in three years. Needless to say it sees a fair amount of use and is one of the only products I consistently turn to. Read morePublished 1 day ago by James Saroka
Not for below zero temperatures but does a great job keeping wind off your neck.Published 1 day ago by Tennessee Deano
Keeps your face and head so warm it's unbelievable. Great product.Published 2 days ago by Amazon Customer