Under Armour Men's Heatgear Longsleeve Tee ( sz. XL, Maroon )
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The Under Armour Men’s Long-Sleeve HeatGear™ top keeps your arms protected from the turf and keeps you dry, cool and comfortable from the warm up to the final seconds tick off the clock. Made of heavier 5 oz. 81% cationic polyester/ 19% Elastane fabric that stretches with movement and sheds perspiration on contact. Made in USA.
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After returning to my native land of Israel about three days ago, I gave him the T-shirt and he was excited. Footnote: he was also excited by my 6$ shirt and is also very excited about making rice and veggies for dinner and our upstairs neighbor, which in my opinion, is o.k looking at best. This brings to one of two conclusions: 1. My roommate is easily excited. 2. I am a poor judge of people's emotions.
In the three days since, he has worn this shirt on a total of 13 different occasions.
In conclusion - my roommate seems pleased with this shirt. I am not as pleased since it is very tight on the body and his preferred choice of pants to wear with the shirt is... well... none. I urge you to try and NOT imagine a 30 y/o bulky man of Georgian decent in a tight top and briefs walking around your apartment...
In any case, I will report back if he starts walking about with a frown on his face or ending text messages with ":(".
It seems like a good purchase.
They were still a niche brand then, on the edge of coming into their own as a major brand in the marketplace.
These shirts and their whole line of ...Gear products are the reason why. They had a quality product before the image was built.
I stayed away at first, not thinking that an undershirt could be worth the twenty-five clams. I tried some of the competitors first, but a friend of mine was such an advocate I had to try at least one. I'm glad I did. The HeatGear material is perfect. It is firm enough that it does it job in compression -- for me, that means keeping my jiggly bits in place when I work out -- but it is not too tight or thick.
I have both the sleeveless and the sleeved version. I like the sleeveless version for working out, because it helps your range of motion with your arms. The sleeved version is nice as an undershirt, but the only problem in that context is that they place their logo on the chest with a high contrast so it shines through the outer shirt. UA has started to offer a sleeved "Tactical" version of the shirt, which I might buy one or two, but the color choices are limited.
They do what they advertise; the material spreads the sweat out and it evaporates faster than cotton. The hold you in place. You are not as hot as some may be while working hard. You are armoured.
These are entirely worth the money, and I recommend that you buy a half-dozen or so as soon as you can.
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