Under Armour HeatGear Shortsleeve T Shirt II

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WHY WE MADE IT: In '96, we created the shirt by athletes, for athletes. That's when we killed the sweat-soaked cotton T-shirt and invented the "performance" category. The UA HeatGear(R) T-shirt helped us become the unrivaled leader for sweat-wicking performance that keeps athletes cool, dry, and light. Amp up your performance, with the T-shirt that can hang with you. The UA Boys' Short Sleeve HeatGear(R) T-shirt II. It's how we turned a T-shirt...into an advantage. Built to be better. Our Boys' HeatGear(R) Short Sleeve T-shirt takes the concept of a T-shirt to a whole new level. The HeatGear(R) fabric is built with UPF 30+ sun protection and anti-odor technology to keep the cross-training T-shirt fresher, longer. Throw in UA's signature Moisture Transport System and 4-way stretch construction and you have more than a boys' cross-training T-shirt, you've got elite performance gear. Lightweight fabric and chafe-free seams provide incredible next-to-skin comfort4-way stretch construction improves mobility and accelerates dry timeSignature Moisture Transport System wicks sweat to keep you dryAnti-odor technology prevents the growth of odor-causing microbes to keep your T-shirt fresher, longer30+ UPF protects you from the sun's harmful raysPolyester/ElastaneImported

- Under Armour

Under Armour HeatGear Shortsleeve T Shirt II


The HeatGear Shortsleeve T Shirt II has been discontinued.

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The Under Armour HeatGear Shortsleeve T Shirt II is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 11, 2013 at Under Armour.

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