About this Item
- Dual-layer fabric with an ultra-warm, brushed interior & a smooth, fast-drying exterior
- Stretch-mesh gusset & inseam panels provide strategic ventilation
- 4-way stretch construction moves better in every direction
- Material wicks sweat & dries really fast
- Under Armour’s mission is to make all athletes better through passion, design and the relentless pursuit of innovation
- Compression: Ultra-tight, second-skin fit
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 1 x 1 x 1 cm; 113.4 Grams
- Date First Available : 3 March 2018
- Manufacturer : Under Armour Apparel
- ASIN : B079FWWSC8
- Item model number : 1320812
- Department : Mens
- Best Sellers Rank: 16,766 in Sporting Goods (See Top 100 in Sporting Goods)
- Customer reviews:
Dual-layer fabric with an ultra-warm, brushed interior & a smooth, fast-drying exterior.Stretch-mesh gusset & inseam panels provide strategic ventilation.4-way stretch construction moves better in every direction.Material wicks sweat & dries really fast.Under Armour’s mission is to make all athletes better through passion, design and the relentless pursuit of innovation.
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These tights are perfect. The are lovely and plush against the skin, and do a great job of moderating my body temperture. They keep me warm, but dry and not sweaty. Espcially good is the ventilated gusset which is an area that, working hard in a drysuit, tends to get a bit damp. These keep your bits cooler while keeping your legs warm. It does mean though that these are strictly underwear tights - you need to wear at least a pair of shorts over them.
The material itself is not waterproof, but it dries very quickly and wicks moisture away from the skin very effectively. It keeps my skin dry even when the lining of my drysuit is starting to get a bit damp from my body heat. They don't hold any smell, and, once dry, can be reused without washing without feeling disgusting.
I've other tights that cost several times as much as these UA ones, but these are the ones I keep in my kitbag. Very good indeed.
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I measured myself as an M, but my friend who's around my size but with slightly skinner legs had a UA legging and said that M was quite tight for him. I thought this might just be because it's "compression", but I wanted to be sure so I bought both M and L. Turns out M was definitely uncomfortable.
The legging is sleek and fits like a second skin, I can easily put on skinny jeans over it. With size L, I can feel the compression. It makes me feel kind of bouncy. Wearing it for several hours it left a faint line where the seams pressed against my skin, demonstrating the compression. There was extra room in the crotch so it was very comfortable in that regard too.
I also bought the HeatGear Compression Legging as some reviews mentioned that it could be used as a thermal layer and that it could be used for running in the cold. I wasn't sure if I was going to overheat in the ColdGear, but having tried the HeatGear legging (I felt to cold to leave the house), I definitely need the ColdGear to get me out in the winter morning. I definitely would not wear it for indoors training or during the summer though.
Overall I'd say it's a brilliant product. It looks good, it's comfortable, warm, sleek; does its job. I bought it on Cyber Monday for around 15 pounds, I'm not sure I'd be willing to pay more than that to be honest. I don't spend much on clothes, but I'm glad I made this purchase. Definitely have at least one sporty thermal legging.
These fell apart after an hour training.. complete waste of money and now in the bin!
Although it was the larger size it was still too tight on the waist and legs. Much more like ladies really thick tights. There is also no opening on the crotch.
He is convinced that they are meant to be for women! I have wasted my money on them as he finds them too uncomfortable and because I have washed them first I am not sure that I can return them. It is a real shame as he has had a pair for years which now need replaced and he never had any of these problems with the first pair.