Under Armour Evo ColdGear Mastermind Crew


Fabric 7.09 oz Polyester / Elastane

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Under Armour's Evo ColdGear Mastermind Crew page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Lightweight fabric makes an ideal layer for superior warmth on the coldest days. Ultra-brushed interior is soft to touch, while trapping body heat. Lightweight, 4-way stretch construction improves mobility and accelerates drying time so you stay drier. Moisture management technology pulls sweat away from the body for a warm, dry, comfortable fit. Smooth flatlock seams and raglan sleeves prevent chafing. Allover graphic line print on body with solid sleeves is visible proof of your style. 7.09 oz. Polyester/Elastane. Imported.

- Under Armour

Chase the storms in style with the Under Armour EVO Coldgear Print Crewneck Shirt. This next-to-skin layer wicks moisture away from your body, and four-way stretch fabric improves mobility when you're on the go.

- Backcountry.com

Sleek, stylish and super comfortable, the Under Armour Women's Evo Coldgear Mastermind Crew Long Sleeve Shirt delivers performance in a feminine silhouette. Great for working out or as a base layer in cold conditions, this lightweight crew features ArmourBlock(R) technology to suppress odor as well as ColdGear(R) fabric to wick away moisture and regulate body temperature. Cut for mobility and freedom of movement, the Under Armour Evo Coldgear Mastermind Crew Long Sleeve Shirt for women provides a close and supportive fit.

- Altrec Outdoors

The Under Armour Women's EVO Coldgear Mastermind Print Midweight Crew Shirt is engineered to keep athletes warm and dry. It features a double-sided fabric that wicks moisture from the skin and circulates body heat. Evolution; Coldgear's latest innovation features a contoured fit without the constriction of compression, for all day comfort. The brushed interior has been made even softer for an unrivaled feel, and the longer length ensures your shirt stays where you want it. You will love the warmth, versatility and soft texture of this luxurious longsleeve crewneck that combines fashion with function.Fabric Tech: 7.09 oz. 89% polyester/11% elastane.All-over Mastermind print adds style to your baselayer.EVO - Evolution: Under Armour continues to revolutionize athlete's baselayer.Contoured fit designed to be very close to the body without the constriction of compression, for all day comfort. Warmth without the squeeze; fabric feels soft next to skin.Under Armour's revolutionary EVO ColdGear baselayer brings performance-enhancing technology to cool weather workouts and cold weather sports, keeping athletes warm without weighing them down.UA Brand Mission: To make all athletes better through passion, science, and the relentless pursuit of innovation. Gearline: ColdGear double-sided fabric features a slicker exterior which improves mobility while layering, and a brushed interior that transports moisture to keep you dry, and traps heat to keep you warm.Designed for when it's cold; temperatures under 55 degrees F.Ultra-brushed interior traps more warmth.Thumbholes keep your shirt where you want it.Longer 27" length ensures optimal core protection. Armour Stretch improves mobility with 4-way stretch, and lightweight fabric accelerates dry time.Built with flat lock seams that feel smooth against the skin and prevent chafing.Import.

- Campmor

Under Armour Evo ColdGear Mastermind Crew


The Under Armour Evo ColdGear Mastermind Crew is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 27, 2017 at Under Armour.

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