Under Armour Base 2.0 Crew


Fabric 4.5 oz 93% Polyester / 7% Elastane

Manufacturer's Description

Visit Under Armour's Men's Base 2.0 Crew page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

As Under Armour's mid-weight base layer, the Men's Base 2. 0 Crew provides moisture management and warmth across a wide range of temperatures and weather conditions, which make it a solid choice if you're looking to own just one baselayer. Skiing and riding at the resort involve a cycle of sweat-inducing activity followed by stationary time on the lift, so it's critical to have a moisture wicking baselayer unless you want to finish the day sweat-soaked and chilled to the bone. The Base 2. 0's four-way stretch polyester moves moisture away from your skin and dries quickly so you stay dry and subsequently warm throughout the day. Concerning comfort, the bulk-reducing raglan sleeves and flatlock seams ensure you'll stay chafe-free from the first chair to the last set of turns. Armourblock anti-odor technology keeps you from smelling like a high school gym bag so you can grab a cold one at the end of day with total confidence. And of course, you'll get the slim fit you've come to expect from Under Armour.

- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version

Under Armour Mens UA Base 2.0 Crew - Sale - Once it's gone, it's gone on this closeout item.

- Massey's Outfitters refers to the men's version

Now built to keep you warmer and drier than ever in cold conditions, Under Armour's Base 2.0 traps heat with cozy grid fabric against the skin, while the smooth outer surface lets you layer with ease.

- EMS refers to the men's version

These aren't your grandpa's long underwear. The unique negative grid traps monster warmth without adding weight and it's smooth on the outside to let you layer. UA Base(TM) 2.0 is the most versatile of the UA Base(TM) thermals, built for basically anything you do outside. Running to hunting, the hill or the woods, this guy has got you covered.

- Rocky Mountain Trail refers to the men's version