- Product Dimensions: 6 x 6 x 1 inches ; 1 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00UA38YZK
- Item model number: 1257471-0902XL
- Average Customer Review: 6 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,405 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
Under Armour Men's HeatGear Armour Long Sleeve Compression Shirt
|Price:||$22.15 - $100.00|
- 84% polyester, 16% elastane
- HeatGear® fabric, with all the benefits of UA Compression, comfortable enough to be worn all day
- Stretch-mesh underarm panels deliver strategic ventilation
- UPF 30+ protects your skin from the sun's harmful rays
- 4-way stretch construction moves better in every direction
- Material wicks sweat & dries really fast
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From the manufacturer
|Fit Description||Ultra-tight, second skin fit||Next-to-skin without the squeeze||Fuller cut for complete comfort|
|Heatgear Armour||Coldgear Armour|
|Fabric Technology Type||✓|
|Fabric Technology Description||Heatgear Armour is the 'second skin' that makes all athletes better. Its soft, lightweight construction delivers relentless support without sacrificing comfort.||Brushed on the inside & smooth on the outside, Coldgear Armour is the 'second skin' delivers superior warmth without weighing you down.|
HeatGearfabric, with all the benefits of UA Compression, comfortable enough to be worn all day. Stretch-mesh underarm panels deliver strategic ventilation. UPF 30+ protects your skin from the sun's harmful rays. 4-way stretch construction moves better in every direction. Material wicks sweat & dries really fast. Anti-odor technology prevents the growth of odor-causing microbes. Mesh panel on back neck with ARMOUR wordmark.
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To be absolutely clear, in my opinion this is still probably the best compression shirt available on the market. In this area, Under Armour is still outpacing other brands like Nike by a *long* shot. The shirts are true compression, the materials wicks sweat really well, the size and cut are good, and the raglan sleeve style looks a lot nicer than standard sleeves.
I dropped a few stars however, because I feel like this is a case of trying to fix a product that isn't broken. Last year's line was perfect and none of the changes in this year's line are improvements. There seem to be two major changes:
1) Contrast color stitching was added as a design element:
The old shirts were all one solid color, whereas these shirts have weird lines of brightly colored stitches running down the sides, chest and inside of the arms. This is pretty annoying because most other lines of Under Armour compression shirts have gone the direction of gaudy designs and patterns (I'm an adult so I don't want to look like a superhero, walking UA billboard, or pretend soldier). The major appeal of this line has been the clean and neat look. These shirts were originally meant to be a functional base layer, so I'd prefer to keep them looking this way. The extra ornamentation is unnecessary and even distracting when you pair them with parts of another uniform with its own design pattern.
2) A different more mesh like material is used on the inside and underside of the arms:
I guess the idea here was that this material would make these areas more breathable and less restrictive. It's a good idea in theory, and it might do that, but I don't really notice. What I do notice is that it compromises the compression of the shirt in and around these areas. Particularly after you've started sweating. It also makes the shirt just feel more 'substantial'. Which is not a good thing, since the shirt should feel like a second skin. In short, the trade off isn't worth it.
3) Ok, I only said two, but I also prefer the neckline from last year's model, this one feels too big.
To repeat though, these are probably still the best compression shirts on the market. I've tried a good amount of brands and haven't encountered anything that comes close.
For anyone curious about sizing, I am 5'11.5" and 157 lb. I have a slender muscular build with significant tapering from shoulders to waist. I prefer a very tight fit and wear a Small. I used to wear a medium but I noticed that after 3 washes, these shirts tend to loosen up slightly (you won't notice when you first put them on, but after you start sweating post-3rd wash you'll notice). So a used small ends up fitting like a brand new medium when actually in use. If you're my size, Small is the way to go for real compression and Medium is good if you prefer something slightly more comfortable and easier to put on. In either case the arm length and torso length seem fine.
Oh yeah, also I wash these in cold and line dry, but I've thrown them in a dryer on high before and they didn't shrink.
First of all its way too small. The reason why it's so small is because it is "compression" fit of the UA Heatgear.
It's suppose to fit super tight and for those who are thin or fit (in shape/muscular)
If you want something that wont silhouette your figure but is still fairly tight then you need to purchase the "fitted" fit of the UA Heatgear
If you want something more loose (almost like a T shirt) then you need to get the "loose" fit UA Heatgear.
In conclusion, this compression model is kind of small. But it is the tightest fit they sell.