Leggings de compresión ¾ HeatGear® Armour para hombre

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Leggings de compresión ¾ HeatGear® Armour para hombre
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Leggings de compresión ¾ HeatGear® Armour para hombre

ADN DEL PRODUCTO

  • Compression: Corte ultra ajustado, de tipo segunda piel
  • Tejido HeatGear® resistente y ligero, con todas las ventajas de UA Compression
  • Paneles de malla elástica en el tiro y la entrepierna que proporcionan una ventilación estratégica
  • Un nuevo diseño ergonómico mantiene las costuras fuera de las zonas de alto roce y aumenta la durabilidad
  • El tejido elástico multidireccional permite una mayor movilidad en cualquier dirección
  • El Sistema de Distribución de Humedad (Moisture Transport System) absorbe el sudor y se seca rápidamente
  • La tecnología antiolor evita la proliferación de bacterias que provocan mal olor
  • Pretina elástica diseñada de 5 cm
  • Entrepierna: 55 cm
  • 56% Nylon/40% Poliéster/4% Elastano
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Resumen De Opinión

33 Evaluaciones
3.8

Talla

Pequeño Grande

Comodidad

Mínimo Máximo

Desempeño

Mínimo Máximo

Mesh layer too thin

I use to love these tights until under armour added the inner thigh mesh. I bought 3 pairs and I burned through those pairs very fast. One pair lasted barely a month. They need to remove the mesh layer and make it the same material as the remaining tight. I will not buy these as long as the mesh is there.

Poorly constructed

I ordered two of these in medium for basketball. They fit great but the inseams are pretty long for 3/4 pants; they fit as if they were full length compression pants. My biggest issue with these is the leg opening for both of these have stretched out after one wear. I’ve had this issue with previous compression gear when it’s like super old but with new ones, it’s pretty much never happens. It’s annoying now to wear because it feels loose and it’s makes my pants run up.

Pass

Highly recommend passing on the heat gear. Thinner than the cold gear. Which means see-through. These are a must wear with shorts. Problem with the heat gear is it forces every pair of Under Armour raid shorts to bunch and start to ride up your legs while walking or running.

Loco marca se agrieta

Los gráficos y señas de la marca se agrietan fácilmente . No recomiendo estos productos. Mucha decepción en cuanto a la calidad.

Too loose for my liking

I am 5 8" 160 muscular, waist is perfect, material is thin and does not compress like it should. Washes well, comfortable but I wanted support, I should have returned it. Oh well, NOW if you want loose, no support then go ahead and buy it. But spend a few extra bucks and get the REAL DEAL UA Rush. Now that's what I'm talking about! Tight in the right places, excellent support on the joints and muscles, highly recommend the UA Rush over this product. Hope this review helps you find what you are looking for.

mesh panel in crotch area, thin fabric

The crotch area has a single layer mesh panel (perforated fabric) so everyone can see your business, even in the black color. Probably worse in the other colors. It's barely visible in the product pics and not in the description. I realize most guys will wear them with shorts, but some guys may not want to wear something over them depending on what they're doing.... around the house, locker room, running, etc I have some older 3/4 tights with thicker fabric and like those a lot better. The fabric on these is not very stretchy or supportive, so it's mostly for looks. Returning them..

Too big. Too short

I used the size guide but these are too big and the compression feels weak. My first under armour. Disappointed

UA, Please remove the word Red from Radio Red

I own at least 20 of these leggings in pretty much all the colors. I purchased these because I thought they would be RED!! Please revise your description of these leggings because they are far from being RED!!..

Mostly great, but the mesh crotch isn't the best

Honestly, these leggings were quite good in most ways! The seams are strong, the fabric is thick without being too thick, and they're good for both warm and cool weather. For this, I would have given them a 5/5! The problem is the mesh crotch! I exclusively use the leggings as underwear, but I still don't feel like it's a very good design. I've been doing martial arts and weightlifting for years so this problem may be unique to me, but the mesh just doesn't stand up well to my day-to-day activities. I've had multiple pairs of these leggings in different colors and lengths, but they all have the same problem of the crotch getting worn out much more rapidly than the rest of the garment. At first it seemed like they were perfect, but after a while I would put the leggings on and notice they felt different. I'd take a look at the mesh and notice it was getting thinner, with runs in the fabric and the mesh holes expanding slightly. From that point forward the mesh crotch tends to degrade rapidly, and will begin getting holes the size of a silver dollar after a few more workouts. I understand that I may be an unusual case- I spend a great deal of time practicing kicks and doing deep squats with heavy weights, but I just can't shake the feeling that it's not good craftsmanship to use thin, easily frayed mesh to make one of the most frequently stressed parts of a garment. The crotch of a pair of exercise leggings has to be able to handle squatting, kicking, stretching, and the friction of thighs rubbing together, and mesh seems to be a poor choice for this purpose. Another note- the fit is a bit tight! I normally wear around a size 33 waist for pants, which the size chart would classify as medium, but XL is what fits me the most comfortably. I have hips and quads much larger than my waist which makes this unsurprising, but even the waist is tight unless I go up to XL. The safe bet with these is definitely to go up a size when ordering.

SEE-THROUGH

The leggings are okay, but as other reviewers have stated, the crotch area is sheer and see-through. I really mean it. I bought these for my boyfriend to wear to hot yoga and by the end of class it was practically obscene. I do not understand the design choice to make the crotch area sheerer than the rest of pants, perhaps ventilation? In any case, you should only get these if you plan to wear shorts/pants over them.