- 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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|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.|
- Package Dimensions : 24.4 x 16.2 x 2.2 cm; 1 Grams
- Date First Available : 30 October 2015
- Manufacturer : Under Armour
- ASIN : B017EZUFCQ
- Item Model Number : 1257471
- Department : Men's
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 509 in Clothing, Shoes & Accessories (See Top 100 in Clothing, Shoes & Accessories)
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"their marketing spin is making all sorts of psuedo-scientific claims about how wonderful their products are. But once again, 95% of all that is nothing more than pure spin. Nothing has really changed, except that they have now learnt some science words.
Shade works wonderfully: it blocks incoming radiation.
Air circulation gets rid of trapped hot air.
Wicking may help slightly by spreading the sweat out to enhance evaporation, but it is not a panacea.
Not walking in the middle of the day is probably 10x more effective than any of the latest fabrics – or even more."
Now here is the science study to back up the fact that this material does not keep you cool:
Lower-leg compression, running mechanics, and economy in trained distance runners.
Stickford AS1, Chapman RF, Johnston JD, Stager JM.
The efficacy of and mechanisms behind the widespread use of lower-leg compression as an ergogenic aid to improve running performance are unknown. The purpose of this study was to examine whether wearing graduated lower-leg compression sleeves during exercise evokes changes in running economy (RE), perhaps due to altered gait mechanics. Sixteen highly trained male distance runners completed 2 separate RE tests during a single laboratory session, including a randomized-treatment trial of graduated calf-compression sleeves (CS; 15-20 mm Hg) and a control trial (CON) without compression sleeves. RE was determined by measuring oxygen consumption at 3 constant submaximal speeds of 233, 268, and 300 m/min on a treadmill. Running mechanics were measured during the last 30 s of each 4-min stage of the RE test via wireless triaxial 10-g accelerometer devices attached to the top of each shoe. Ground-contact time, swing time, step frequency, and step length were determined from accelerometric output corresponding to foot-strike and toe-off events. Gait variability was calculated as the standard deviation of a given gait variable for an individual during the last 30 s of each stage. There were no differences in VO2 or kinematic variables between CON and CS trials at any of the speeds. Wearing lower-leg compression does not alter the energetics of running at submaximal speeds through changes in running mechanics or other means. However, it appears that the individual response to wearing lower-leg compression varies greatly and warrants further examination. The same applies to shirts.
Reviewed in Spain on 10 January 2019