Under Armour Sonic Compression Men's T-Shirt Sleeveless
|Price:||£17.49 - £65.32|
- HeatGear® moisture transport ensures fast drying performance that keeps you cool and won't weight you down.
- Delivered in the signature compression fit for bolstered muscle support and increased circulation resulting in higher efficiency output and increased stamina.
- UPF 30+ for protection from harmful sun rays whilst out running or exercising.
- Heatseal logo and back Locker Tag - means the logo won't peal off or cause chaffing.
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The Under Armour HeatGear Sonic Compression Sleeveless Top provides compression and wicked perspiration off your skin rather than absorb it. A top that worked with your body to regulate temperature and enhance performance. This is a wicking sleeveless top that supports and regulates your muscles in a superior way.
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Top Customer Reviews
Fits well and looks good. I've purchased blue and, after washing, hasn't lost any colour.
Good gym vest for under £20
They are nice to wear and do wick away the sweat after a workout.
Would i pay the normal price £20+? i doubt it. There are others I've tried for around £10 mark and so far they seem just as good.
I'm normally size large T shirt and i bought X large and XX large to see which one fits best. They are both a snug fit but XXL was the best when i first started working out but in the last 2 months i've lost a stone and the XXL is not as much of a compression so i now use the XL which is now a better fit.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very good not as much compression as I was hoping tho very good as a warm base layer in winterPublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
Good lightweight for wearing under another top but maybe a little thin for those who want a 'compression top'Published 8 months ago by RD
I have purchased several different brands of compression tops to date but this one has to be the worse. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Thebes