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- Compression: Ultra-tight, second skin fit.
- Smooth fabric provides extreme comfort and compression without restriction
- 4-way stretch fabrication allows greater mobility and maintains shape
- Signature Moisture Transport System wicks sweat away from the body
- 30+ UPF protects your skin from the sun's harmful rays
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Stay cool and comfortable during your workout with the Under Armour Men's HeatGear Sonic Compression Long Sleeve Shirt. The soft, lightweight rib fabric delivers amazing next to skin comfort while still wicking away sweat to keep you dry and cool.
- Product Dimensions: 9 x 1 x 6 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00C9R7NEI
- Item model number: 1236223-0902XL
- Date first available at Amazon.com: December 8, 2006
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I love it. It is comfortable and breathable.
Only one thing tho.. When I wear this shirt I look NOTHING like the dudes in the pictures. I was disappointed.
Other than that is is great.
1. this brand HEATGEAR is made to keep you cool during hot weather so it will be ineffective during cold weather the under armour brand you need for that is called COLDGEAR
2. if it feels tight then you ordered the right size it's supposed to conform to your shape the only place it is usually loose on most people is the forearm the rest of the shirt should fit "snuggly" not so much that it cuts circulation but just enough that it improves circulation.
3. no compression shirt helps you become faster at the most it will help you be more efficient in a work out or keep you cool/warm (depending on branding) and dry through the day or workout.
that said i enjoy these types of shirts very much they keep me cool/warm and dry throughout my day. under armour is, in my opinion, the best compression shirt manufacturer.
The good: It fits well and has tons of length. I have arms like an orangutan, and this thing covers them and then some. I could put thumb holes in this shirt if I really wanted to, though it is just a tad more loose at the wrists than I would prefer. The "compression" is not too much or too little, but just where I like it, and this shirt definitely doesn't stay wet, sweat, rain, or whatever. And of course, finally it is temperature-wise a much better choice than a cotton undershirt. We'll get into more detail about that in the next section, though.
The bad: Why the hell does UA have to slap their name over every available surface they can find?!? It took me forever to find a shirt (and yes I searched other brands) that wouldn't show brand names under my d@#n uniform, and even this one's little logo at the neck is visible sometimes. I'm not wearing this as a fashion statement. What I need is a plain white UNDER-shirt that won't overheat me while I'm out there in the Georgia summer for 8 hours a day. Oh, and the "heat gear technology," nonsense. Every once in a while it kind of sloughs off a little heat, giving you a slight hint of what it was supposed to be designed to do, but mostly it's just gimmick. The shirt is cooler than a cotton undershirt, but I'm pretty sure that actually using it as an undershirt is negating the effects of the "heat-tech." Their claims that it "will keep you cooler than bare skin," flat out lies. Oh, and hope you don't sweat too much at work. This thing''s moisture wicking works very well, so well that it will take all of your sweat and move it to its surface where it will dry and stink. Wash it thoroughly when your done. Don't get me wrong, you'll somehow still be left sticky and gross, but so will the shirt. Maybe they should have added some anti-microbial tech to it.
Final score, 3 stars. I did buy two more, but that's saying more about the lack of alternatives than the quality of the shirt. It's long enough and cool enough, but the heat-tech doesn't do much and UA needs to be thoroughly scolded about not making any actual UNDER-shirts.
On a side note, this material is not fire retardant. If your jobs requires you to have fire retardant clothing, you need to look at a different UA shirt.