- Smooth & sleek HeatGear® fabric is durable, comfortable, and won't weigh you down
- 4-way stretch fabrication improves range of motion, dries faster and maintains shape
- Signature Moisture Transport System wicks sweat to keep you dry
- Anti-odor technology prevents the growth of odor-causing microbes to keep your gear fresher, longer
- 30+ UPF protects your skin from the sun's harmful rays
- Smooth flatlock seams prevent chafing
- Heat-sealed UA logo
- 5.0 oz. Polyester/Elastane
Under Armour Men's HeatGear Compression Sleeveless T-Shirt
|Price:||$29.99 - $56.91|
- Men's sleeveless compression tee made using HeatGear technology
- Moves moisture away from the body for ultimate comfort
- Compression fit bolsters muscle support and increases circulation
- Anti-odor design prevents growth of odor-causing microbes
- UPF 30+ treated fabric; Heatseal logo and back locker tag
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Top Customer Reviews
The HeatGear fabric really maintains your body cool by letting air beneath it and it transports the sweat off your body nicely. After workouts my muscles feel relieved by the shirt's effec and even during the workout the compression feels great and supports the muscles.
Piece of advice: try different sizes on in a store. I first ordered myself XL only then to find out I actually needed MD. They are supposed to sit as tight as a second skin.
If they made these with a lower neckline (or if I could find them easily, if they exist) I'd buy one for every day of the week.
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.
These are entirely worth the money, and I recommend that you buy a half-dozen or so as soon as you can.
The Compression T-Shirts are supposed to be tight and that offers a unique fit for workouts. I like the item so much that I'm planning on buying another one!
They ARE compression tops, so keep that in mind. I think a lot of the people that say they are too tight or uncomfortable were expecting a standard UA base layer.
I even use these in the HOT summer months under my polo shirt for work. I use them for hiking as a base layer in the summer, and they look good enough to peel off the outer layer and wear only the tank top if there are others on the trails. Basically what it comes down to is this. This is a tight compression tank top that can be worn as a base layer or alone.. that out performs any other heat gear i've used.
EDIT: I've dropped it down to 3 stars since around the neck stretches over time and doesn't return to its original position. Doesn't seem like a big deal, but it looks sloppy and always feels like the top is hanging off instead of compressing. Other than that, the material seems to be holding up well.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Christmas gift for my son.....He loves it! Well made and feels great!Published 4 months ago by CSW15905
Got the XL and it fit like an extra small. Buy at least two sizes larger than you need. Probably a good product, but is made really small.Published 7 months ago by brooks44