Fabric Polyester / Elastane

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Under Armour's Men's Evo ColdGear Hoody page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

WHY WE MADE IT: We created our original ColdGear(R) for athletes who were going all out in the cold. Now we've evolved that cold-crushing technology with an innovation we call EVO ColdGear(R). It's a re-tooling of our original ColdGear(R), built for athletes who want a bit more warmth, but without adding any bulk. Our EVO ColdGear(R) delivers with a slightly heavier, soft, brushed inner layer that traps more heat than ever before. You'll stay way warm and still be able to move freely-we never do anything that'll slow you down. Athletes evolve. So has ColdGear(R) technology. Experience EVO. Our warmest ColdGear(R) yet. If you find yourself actually hoping for cold days when your workout takes you outdoors, it's probably the Men's UA EVO ColdGear(R) Hoodie talking. Its slightly heavier, super-soft inner lining traps big heat to keep you warm, while wicking away sweat when you pick up the pace. This wear-everyday hoodie also has smooth, chafe-free flatlock seams and fights odor to keep your pullover fresh. Here comes the cold. And there you go, in the UA EVO ColdGear(R) Hoodie. Dual-layer EVO ColdGear(R) has a durable, slick, fast-drying exteriorUltra-brushed interior is soft to the touch and traps warmth like a champ4-way stretch fabrication improves mobility and accelerates dry time, while maintaining shapeSignature Moisture Transport System wicks away sweat to keep you dryArmourBlock(R) anti-odor technology prevents the growth of odor-causing microbes, guaranteed for the life of your hoodieSmooth flatlock seams prevent chafingPolyester/ElastaneImported

- Under Armour refers to the men's version

The long early morning hours of a snipe hunt can be cold if you're not wearing your Men's Under Armour Evo Coldgear Hoodie. Super soft and cozy, the dual-layer EVO ColdGear fabric uses its brushed interior to trap heat and wick moisture from your skin, and its smooth exterior to spread that moisture out for quick and easy evaporation. Four-way stretch fabric aids in that process, as well as moving with you as you scramble for more shells when the snipe launch a counter attack. UA's ArmourBlock anti-odor technology prevents the growth of odor causing microbes, 'cause you're sure to sweat when the snipe turn, and it's guaranteed for the life of the hoody. Flatlock seams help keep the snug fitting pullover hoodie comfortable and chafe free, and ensure that it will become an everyday piece. Bag your limit in the Evo Coldgear Hoodie for men from Under Armour.

- Altrec Outlet refers to the men's version

If the chill bites through your ski jacket, try the Under Armour EVO Coldgear Hooded Top as a mid-layer to add more degrees to your cold core. Soft and insulating, this hooded top can also be used as a moisture-wicking baselayer during cold days or as a top layer during bluebird spring hiking.

- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version

The Under Armour Evo ColdGear(R) hoodie is a lightweight top that adds warmth and coverage to chilly-weather workouts. Under Armour ColdGear double-sided fabric wicks moisture from the skin and traps body heat; it's an excellent choice for temperatures under 55degF. Flatlock stitching reduces chafing, 4-way stretch offers comfort on the move. Antimicrobial treatment reduces odors. Fitted styling.

- REI refers to the men's version

Under Armour Evo ColdGear Hoody

$59.99 (men's)

The Under Armour Evo ColdGear Hoody is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 14, 2014 at Under Armour.

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