Men's UA Tech™ 2.0 Short-Sleeve

Style # 1326413
Height: Size: Fit: Loose
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Height: Size: Fit: Loose
Men's UA Tech™ 2.0 Short-Sleeve

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Product DNA

UA Tech™ is our original go-to training gear: loose, light, and it keeps you cool. It's that same great fabric, but this shirt has also been updated with a new, more streamlined fit and a shaped hem. It's everything you need.
  • Loose: Fuller cut for complete comfort
  • UA Tech™ fabric is quick-drying, ultra-soft & has a more natural feel
  • Material wicks sweat & dries really fast
  • New, streamlined fit & shaped hem
  • 100% PolyesterImported

Review Summary

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Fijn shirt

Fijn zittend shirt dat niet veel kleiner uitvalt dan de 1.0 versie. Was bang dat hij mij te strak zou komen te zitten maar dat bleek niet het geval Nog steeds ruim vallend en lekker lang.. Blijft na vaak wassen mooi in vorm en de kleur blijft ook mooi Echt een aanrader!

I’m at a loss

I don’t know where to begin, other than expressing confusion and disappointment. I’ve been wearing under armour since high school, and I haven’t strayed away for my workout attire. Over the last couple years the inconsistency in sizing, and cuts, for the same product is maddening. The Tech Tee that I bought last year was a XL Tall, and fit perfect. I purchased 5 new ones, of this current version, and they all wear like a sleeping shirt. The length is dramatically longer, the neck is MUCH bigger, and the shirt is overall looser. 4 of the 5 shirts fit that way, and 1 of them fit like my old shirts. I’d understand the change in cut, if it was consistent over sizing; but the fact that one of the shirts is cut differently makes me concerned with ordering replacements. Also, what do I order as a replacement? XL normal length? L Tall? Too many companies have XL shirts that seem to be made for people with no torso, but a belly. This is no different than your cotton shirts. Pick a cut, and stick with it; or show a cut comparison from the old product to the new one.


Come on UA, you had the perfect shirt with the original tech. Why would you guys go and do this? First off, the material. It's thinner than the original tech t's. I can see my tattoos through lighter colored shirts, and when I get into sunlight, my nipples are solidly visible. Ain't nobody want to see that! It always leads to awkward stares and then I have to explain the bicycle/nipple accident of 1996. Then the fit. I am by no means fat. I'm 5'9 and 180lbs of mostly muscle. I go to the gym 4-5 times a week, run everyday, and eat clean. But somehow these shirts make me look like a middle aged guy with a dad bod who gave up, bought a minivan, and carries a pained, almost dead look in his eyes while remembering his youth while stuffing himself into a tshirt that fits like a sausage casing and heading out to mow the lawn. The fit in the mid section is weird. The old techs were great. They were loose and comfy. They draped nicely down from the pecs. They didn't scream, "look at my finely chiseled body mortals!". They were just an awesome t-shirt. These look like someone bought a normal t-shirt one size too small. Sizing up doesn't work because then the shoulder proportions are out, and with the extra length it looks like I should be sagging my pants and wearing a slightly crooked flat brimmed hat and white framed sunglasses I got free in a case of energy drinks. Can we talk about the fabric again? I'm pretty sure if it got any thinner, it would be classified as mesh. Whomever is working there and thought messing with the original tech (one of the staples of your brand) would be a good idea should be walked out of the building into traffic.


Right to size, very light and very good quality, exactly what I was looking for Thanks

They run a full size smaller than the ones I bought in 2017!

These are or used to be my go to shirts, but as of 12/1.2018, the 2XL runs a FULL size, at least, smaller than when I bought 5 of them in 2017. What is with that? I just bought 10 shirts and none of them fit. What gives? Sucky really. Otherwise they are nice.

Nice shirt, but way too long!

The Tech 2.0 is the redesign of the previous heat gear basic Tee, which was an excellent product. The recent redesign lengthened the shirt way too much. The previous Tech tee size XL was 27 inches from back collar to bottom hem. The Tech Tee 2.0 size XL regular fit is 31 inches from back collar to bottom hem. An additional 5 inches in length for the regular fit XL is excessive and unnecessary. Particularly given that there is now an option for an extra long version to accommodate taller customers. The excessive extra length of the regular fit makes even less sense when the product description says the cut is now trimmer and customers may need to size up. Summary: Great product ruined by redesign flaw of too much extra length. At this length you will lose customers who are 6’ tall and below.

Lives up to the hype

I ordered two of these tech shirts from Amazon and wore one for the first time today. I started today with a 6 am run, went from there to the gym, then worked a physical job, then helped a relative move to a new apartment up two flights of stairs in 85 degree weather. I got home at 7pm tonight and the shirt still felt comfortable to get some things done around the house before I unwinded. Throughout the whole day, no matter how much I sweated (and boy did I sweat), I didn't feel very sweaty at all. The moisture wicking feature certainly seems to work! As such the shirt is very comfortable, never got in the way, and just felt great to move in. Will definitely be buying more to complete my active wear wardrobe. I'm sold on Under Armour.

Top Qualität, top schnitt

Top Qualität, super Sitz, schneller Versandt! Was will man mehr!

Fits perfectly

Fits perfectly. Light and breathable. Available many colors. Love it!

Excellent quality and price

Excellent quality and price, I absolutely love this top and wear it to the gym Washes up well