The Women's Under Armour HeatGear Mid Compression Shorts offer the perfect, second-skin fit for any workout. These women's compression shorts stay in place, wick sweat, and dry fast so you're never uncomfortable or slowed down. The four-way stretch encourages your natural movements and keeps you completely nimble. Get moving in the Women's Under Armour HeatGear Mid Compression Shorts.
I absolutely love these shorts. They are so flattering to my legs and bottom without them being inappropriate!! I can teach my dance classes with them on to kids and workout with them. The only con is I wish they came in more colors!!! I bought both grey and black already!!
I bought these to replace my older UA compression shorts which had a 6 or 7 inch inseam. I have been very disappointed. The 5 inch inseam is too short and doesn't actually compress anything so they constantly ride up. The material also seems thicker than it used to be so they show through when worn under tights.
Uncomfortable, rough fabric, seams are as if made of sandpaper. Unlike my old UA spandex which are very comfortable and fit normally. The leg portion bunches up and the rough fabric rubs against my legs. I have a very small torso and I am aware that these are not high rise but even as low as possible they are very painful in the "lower areas."
Love the "middy" length (4" inseam) since it doesnt ride up like a 2.5 or 3" inseam. These are super stretchy and comfortable - great for running. The waistband is much wider than 2017 Heat Gear Middys but it doesn't roll or bunch. They run slightly large as I am 5' 2", 108 lbs and the size smalls are just a tiny bit looser than I'd like for compression fit.
These shorts are a great disappointment. They do not compress anything, the fabric is poor quality and the shorts ride up and do not stay in place. I have been using UA compression shorts for running for years and I am very sorry I bought these. I am hoping to get my money back and buy another brand before marathon.
Size runs perfect, comfort is awful in a 60 minute OrangeTheory workout I had to pull down the spandex at least a dozen times! They are TOO SHORT of an inseam, they ride up so you end up chaffing and it ruins the point of spandex. I will be returning them all, and looking at other brands unfortunately. Please bring back your 7" inseam spandex! Everyone is requesting them, listen to your customers please!
Terrible product....does not compress thighs or rear end..chafing begins at about mile 1. Returned it and shopped at a different company. So disappointed UA..what happened to your compression wear for women? Also..bring back the 7" inseam. Your regular customers want the original product back.
I am a mid 50's 1/2 marathon runner. For a number of years I purchased the 7" compression shorts. I was extremely disappointed when they were discontinued. They were a bit longer and had more compression, perfect for women my age who don't want to run in booty shorts. I have since switched to another brand which I have not been as happy with but at least there is more coverage. I come back to UA's website periodically hoping that they'll be back. So far it hasn't happened. Very Disappointed!
UA for some inexplicable reason decided to discontinue their 7 inch compression short. Now they only offer 3-5 inch versions. This is TOO SHORT. They are going to ride up your leg. For the 5 inch lengths, this just means super uncomfortable chafing on the inside of your thighs. For the shorter lengths, this means your behind is going to be hanging out of the shorts. If they don't re-release the longer version, I'm going to have no choice but to switch brands.
I bought this shorts for running. They are absolutely perfect for both fast track workouts and long runs. They fit true to size and don't ride up too much. They provide just the right amount of compression and are super comfortable.
I usually wear spandex shorts underneath another pair of shorts when doing any kind of workout or physical activity. I’ve always found spandex shorts to be too short/uncomfortably riding up after three seconds of moving around, or (7” ones) too long. The middy is the perfect middle ground - they’re long enough so they stay in place and don’t ride up, but not so long that they awkwardly stick out at the bottom of my shorts. I’m a big fan of the material of these - they aren’t super thin or flimsy so they wash well. I bought these in gray and came back for the black ones after staying cool while wearing these during a very hot and muggy summer.
I bought these to wear under my competitive shooting pants. I wore them Sunday and they were extremely comfortable and improved the performance of my outer pants I can see getting another couple of pairs. I do think, however, the cost is pretty extreme, but that’s just my opinion. Thank you for a great product.
As a lady with thicker thighs I was hoping for longer shorts to provide good coverage and avoid chafing. These instantly turned into booty shorts seconds into my workout. They fit how they should, just not long enough at all. Will be returning.
A little small, comfortable and attractive, though
I sized up to my bigger size (am between S and M) but these run a little too short through the rise for me, and unfortunately the waist is small like it's meant to go up higher so there's a little bit of wedgie risk here. The fabric is stretchy so it's not too bad. Sizing up wouldn't work because then they'd be too big in the legs, which fit and do not squeeze in an unattractive way, just hold and support. So from the hip joint down, all is good, but these need to be longer, not in the legs but through the rise. Or alternatively the waist needs to be bigger so it can fit around the hips, not the waist.
If you are petite in height, I think these would be perfect through the rise but then the legs might be too long.
I alway wear shorts like that at the gym. And by far they are my favorite! They are not too short, we dont see my but while I train. And they cover my belly. I would like to have them in so many color!!! Please UA!!!
These shorts are great for movement if you have thinner thighs. The waistband keeps the shorts put without riding up. My only hangup is the length, I found the legs rolled up around my (thicker) thighs and I needed to keep pulling them down as I trained. I wore them to Orange Theory, so I did treadmill sprints, rowing machine, burpees, and weights so I had to opportunity to really test them. They do a fine job holding in my backside, and prevent chafing between my thighs. I just wish the length was a little longer so I wouldn't need to adjust them as much.