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Under Armour Mens T-Shirts

When you're training, wearing the right gear enhances your performance. Under Armour men's t-shirts are designed to ensure that you remain cool enough to perform your best, whatever your sport.

Different types of Under Armour men's t-shirt fabrics

Breathable soft feel, natural cotton is the perfect lightweight fabric for hot weather. It can be prone to shrinkage however.

Polyester t-shirts are durable and hardwearing. They are also resistant to wrinkles and shrinking, which means that garments made of this fabric keep their shape.

T-shirts made from cotton, polyester and elastane mix are soft and light, ideal for wear during the warmer weather. These garments are more likely to maintain their shape and colour for longer.

Different styles of Under Armour men's t-shirts

The most popular

style of Under Armour men's t-shirts is the classic short sleeve top. Most men's short sleeve t-shirts are fitted close to the body for the optimal fit. The HeatGear Tech training sports t-shirts boast UA Microthread technology for faster drying, no cling and chafing. They are available in a wide variety of plain colours to match your essential training gear.

Under Armour long sleeve t-shirts or workout layers are ideal for wearing outdoors. The long sleeve gym t-shirt features a zip at the collar so that you can cool down when necessary.

Crew neck sleeveless compression t-shirts are cut close to the body for maximum freedom of movement during sports.

Made from stretchy cotton blend, the Under Armour Sportstyle is a fuller cut for the ideal comfortable fit whilst working out. These t-shirts feature the Under Armour logo on the front.

Under Armour's range of activewear base layers allow you to customise your training kit. Choose perspiration wicking layers for outdoor workouts, and remove the layers as required. The Under Armour's men's range includes sleeveless vests, training t-shirts, long sleeve tops and sports gym leggings.

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