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Discussion: Any fans of Under Armour

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Jan. 17, 2007
Lecak
Men's 55
1006 posts
Any fans of Under Armour
In my early to mid 40's I had a lot of leg issues, specifically groin, and quads. Seemed every year early I would pull something and spend the rest of the season battling the problem. Several years ago I purchased the compression long pants and since using them coincidence or not the problems have disappeareed. I'm a convert to this stuff. Several Advil an hour before the game and religiously wearing this compression gear, the in game tweaks are gone and the recovery time the next day is minimal. Amazing equipment.

Jan. 17, 2007
batguyaz
134 posts
Love the stuff. The compression is key for us old fat guys, keeps the 'man boobs' on place, makes me look 20 years younger and keeps me dry.
Jan. 17, 2007
Fred Scerra
Men's 80
542 posts
I love them especially there Cold Gear. Went out for my Excerise and BP Session with temp 18 degrees. After first round of hitting I was down to my UA Cold Gear turtle neck and my Evil Pull over jacket and was comfortable.

Now if anyone could come up with a good cold weather batting glove I would be in seventh heaven. No matter how cold it is out I usually end stopping because of my hands.

Thier Heat Gear is also good in the summer
Jan. 18, 2007
4x4
Men's 65
595 posts
I'd always wondered how effective the Under Armour was. Living in Calif. we don't get too much of a chance to use the cold gear. We spent Christmas in Paris and it was freezing cold with sideways wind blowing. On the day we went to the Eiffel Tower I tried the cold gear and that was the only part of me that stayed warm even without a lot of movement like we would have playing ball. The heat gear is another story for me. I have not found that helpful in some of the heat ranges we can get to here. Last year we played in temps as high as 108'. I've tried the tight and the loose fitting heat gear and didn't find either one beneficial.
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