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WAIST: Measure around your natural waistline—right above your hips. Be careful not to squeeze too tight to allow a little give.
TALL: All tall sizes are 5 cm longer than regular sizes and are marked with a T behind the size
SHORT: All short sizes are 5 cm shorter than regular sizes and are marked with a S behind the size
Ultra-tight, second-skin fit that keeps you locked in.
A slimmer, athletic cut that allows total mobility but eliminates the bulk of extra fabric.
Fuller cut for complete comfort, total range of motion & greater breathability.
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I, like 95% of the reviewers, can't stand this shirt due to the paper thin material and the horrible fit. I own 6 of the old 2017-2018? style and absolutely love them and have almost worn them out.
I check back to this site every so often with the hope they will bring them back. Every time I check, I am disappointed they don't have the old ones and have this junk. I absolutely would not recommend this shirt at all.
PLEASE bring back the Charged Cotton ones!
They have wrecked this shirt. I own maybe 30 of the originals and for whatever reason they have made them cheap and a poor quality. Please change them back!
Bring back the old cotton charged T-shirt’s the new ones suck
j'ai commandé 2 tee-shirts dernièrement et je trouve que la qualité du tissu n'est pas terrible.
T-shirts are made very thin and cheap wearing.Neck hole to open looks like I’m wearing a woman’s T-shirt. Under armour needs to go back to the drawing board and bring back what the customers were use to.I guess the new style makes them more profit
Why would UA ruin such a good thing? Every spring I purchase about 8 to 10 UA charged cotton tees to wear throughout the summer months - I look forward to this every year. The old style charged cotton tees were literally the best tee out there in terms of fit and material. I'd then, wear the worn UA tees from the previous year around the house doing yard work and odd jobs. The durability, and comfort was second to none. These new tees are garbage, the fabric is light and feels cheap, and the cut is terrible - as a loyal UA customer from way back I am very much disappointed in what Under Armour has done. Please, hear your customers, and BRING THE OLD UA CHARGED COTTON TEES BACK!!!!
I am a big guy. I ordered the 5XL because of the material and how it will shrink. The shirts felt nice and looked fine, but the neck size is HUGE on the larger sizes. It felt like a V-Neck. Have to return them.
Just like all the other recent reviews, went to replace older shirts that fit great and now I have a bunch of tee's that are paper thin junk. My only question is: Why?
Loved these shirts. Wore them all the time, but they changed the design. The new shirts are thin, flimsy, and they shrink. Will not be buying these again unless they bring the old design back.
This shirt was absolutely perfect back when it debuted as 95% cotton, 5% elastane "charged cotton". Felt great, impossible to wrinkle, durable, and was the same perfect fit EVERY TIME. I bought more than 20 of them and they became the only t-shirt in my wardrobe.
Then I guess the UA board demanded more profit and they changed the formulation to 57% cotton/38% polyester/5% elastane. This is what I got when I went to replace my old worn out charged cotton shirts a few years ago. They were a noticeable step down from the original, but still wearable. The biggest changes being in the material feel, and that they would wrinkle if not pulled from the dryer as soon as the cycle ended. Still worth paying a premium over other brand shirts.
A few years later and I'm trying to replace the second generation shirts and this garbage shows up. Guess the board called for more profit. Material is paper thin, and the cut is laughable. The fact that they sell this under the same style name is nothing more than a money grab.
The 12 shirts I bought were returned and I'll no longer be a UA customer unless I see they've reverted back to the old style. If the old charged cotton t-shirts are too expensive to produce at the established price point, increase the price. People will pay for a quality product.