WAIST: Measure around your natural waistline—right above your hips. Be careful not to squeeze too tight to allow a little give.
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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[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I love the fit of under armour women’s clothing.
The fabrics are soft and styles are flattering.
What seems like another fleece, after my 7 miles sweaty run, the shirt is not soaked through in sweat and I still look good wearing it. I am considering getting another one like this.
I work in a meat room and it’s very cold, I only have to wear my base 4 shirt and my work tshirt and I’m kept warm!! Love it
Warm and comfortable layer, washes well with no shrinkage or pilling. Very glad I ordered up a size as I prefer a slightly loose fit.
I have a number of old 3.0 tops and decided to try the 4.0. It does the job keeping me warm while snowboarding, even in extreme cold. But the fit seems off. Last year I bought a 3.0 in size medium and it was too big, so I decided to go with a small this time. As other reviews have also stated, it is very tight in the arms/shoulders and the sleeves don't seem long enough - the thumbholes (a feature I always look for in baselayers) are real tight when I put my hand through. And they get start to hurt within about any hour that I have to pull them off my hands. I'm not a big person - 5'5" and about 110 pounds. I am definitely disappointed with this product and will not buy again.
I went by the measurements and got the small, because I’m size 35in on my chest and my waist Fluctuate to 28-29in. When I got it, it was one size bigger. I wish I went for the XS one even though I’m not within their specified measurements. Overall, I was going for a tighter fit I guess. The small one is loose-ish.
As someone who trains/plays outdoors all year (in Chicago where that can mean sub-zero, freezing rain, etc) it's great to find a shirt that genuinely keeps me warm and comfortable w/o feeling like the Michelin man. And I'm often cold, so that's no easy feat!
Two tips for UA: thumbholes! These don't work on any ua top I've purchased. Arms are the right length but too short for thumb holes. If you use them they push into the webbing of your thumb or pull at your shoulder or both. And I'm pretty small (5'4") def don't have the wingspan of an eagle. Easy fix, guys
2nd request: colors. I wear these shirts stand alone for work as an exercise therapist. A few colors besides black would help.
Thanks for a great product!