Under Armour ColdGear Core Ventilated Legging

Specs

Fabric 6.0 oz Nylon / Polyester / Elastane

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Under Armour's ColdGear Core Ventilated Legging page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Under Armour Men's EVO Coldgear Compression Ventilated Legging offers extra warmth to help you get the most out of your lower muscle groups with extra ventilation right where you need it. The functioning fly is mesh to limit excess heat build-up in your groin area, while the brushback knit offers soft warmth throughout your waist, rear, and legs.

- Backcountry.com

Even in the Winter, as your skin heats up, it produces sweat-sweat that chills the very muscles you're trying to keep warm. Signature UA ColdGear(R) double-sided fabric wicks away that moisture, so it can evaporate away from your skin, while leaving the heat trapped between you and the soft inner face. Wear this lightweight fabric alone, or layered with sweats, running pants, or snow pants. Think of these ventilated leggings as a second, warmer skin. ColdGear(R) fabric delivers an ultra-warm, brushed interior and a slick, fast-drying exteriorLightweight 4-way stretch construction improves mobility and accelerates dry timeSignature Moisture Transport System and strategically-placed mesh dump moist heat to keep you dryConvenient, articulated working fly for no-compromise use6.0 oz. Nylon/Polyester/ElastaneImported

- Under Armour

Under Armour ColdGear Core Ventilated Legging

MSRP:
$59.99

The Under Armour ColdGear Core Ventilated Legging is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 19, 2013 at Backcountry.com.

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