Stand up to any fitness challenge with the Men's Under Armour ColdGear Armour Compression Mock Long Sleeve Shirt. With a material that's made to wick away sweat, even during the most intense workout, you'll stay dry and comfortable all workout long. With a smooth, chafe-free flatlock seam construction and four-way stretch construction that moves better in every direction, you won't be restricted in this compression shirt. Experience an exceptional level of warmth with the ultra-warm, brushed interior and mock neck with the ARMOUR wordmark on the back. This compression shirt feels like a second layer of skin with a locked-in feel and durable material that's made to last over time.
Material wicks sweat to dry really fast
Mock neck with ARMOUR wordmark on back
Smooth, chafe-free flatlock seam construction
Dual-layer fabric with ultra-warm, brushed interior
Anti-odor technology prevents the growth of microbes
4-way stretch construction moves better in every direction
Compression, ultra-tight, second-skin fit for a locked-in feel
I own good number of the compression heat and cold gear products. I’d like to add my voice to those reviews reflecting the shorter mock turtleneck is almost like a crew and the cheaply made plastic UA emblems are not nearly as classy looking as the old sewn on type... I would think as a company under armor would want their garments to be worn until they wear out rather than until the finish items on them prematurely age and make the overall garment look cheap and worn.
It’s getting so I have to separate my brand new UA garmets from UA gear that are only1 to 2 years old because they visibly are that different. And by the way,I have high-end washing machines, aways dry on a hanger, and I’m very knowledgeable in clothing friendly washing machine habits
Purchased three of these in yellow. As soon as I opened the box, I was overwhelmed by a pesticide type smell. I opened the packaging of each shirt and the smell was all over the fabric. I ran them through a wash and the smell is still there. It's so bad it overwhelms the entire closet. This after a second wash. What's with this fabric?
I like the nice, thick and full fabric. Love the variety of colors. Well stitched together and VERY tough. UNDER ARMOR is however an ATHLETICS WEAR company. So why in God’s name are you not cutting your tops to an athletic fit?? Your tops are all tube-cut. Example: I am a 32” waist and a 44” chest. I have to order a 3XL in this shirt to fit my chest without binding my pecs. Once however I get to that size, the torso and waist are too lose around me. Worse even, there is so much space around what should be a fitted collar that you can see my white undershirt in the space in between my neck and the loose fitting moch neck collar. Really?? Now I have to take both of the shirts I ordered to the tailer and find a solution $$$. Under Armor! Stop trying to make your clothing so as many people (heavy or not) can “fit in to them” as possible. Start owning your identity and cut your clothing to the athletic, fit group of people who inspired your existence. That or, start a line of clothing for actually FIT people. Not those who simply aspire to be fit and are working hard to achieve that goal!
Very disappointed with the new style, Mock neck is extremely short it is more crew neck than anything. and the thickness is a little light, the cold penetrates this new style more than the previous version. Please UA go back to the last style with a high neck line.
I ordered an extra tall size , my height is 6'4 tried on and is way to small. Would not fit me. I had to give this to my sister who height is 5'9. You better order the cold gear fitted mock so it will fit you for men, not the cold gear compression shirt.
I have not yet worn this Men's UA ColdGear® Armour Compression Mock outside. It's quite snug. It's supposed to be snug. It's called "compression". Seems like the snug-ness and the non-cotton material will keep me warmer when I have to work outside in cold climates.