Under Armour Shorty Ultra 2'' Compression Short

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Wear the low-rise Under Armour Women's Ultra 4in Compression Shorts as a base layer, or alone for a moisture wicking performance short to the gym or yoga class . Under Armour made these compression shorts from Heatgear fabric to wick perspiration away from your skin and bolster muscle support to give you the edge in your summer-time cardio workouts. Flat-locked seams and Powerstretch polyester and spandex fabric give you a comfortable fit that won't chafe while you're on the move.

- Backcountry.com

With Under Armour's trademark performance fit, the Under Armour UA Shortly Ultra 2in Short for Women provide a snug supportive fit and providing unbeatable performance. The low rise fit and lightweight power stretch fabric of the UA Shortly Ultra 2in Short ensures a cool, comfortable short, no matter the weather or the workout.

- Altrec Outdoors

Under Armour Women's Shorty Ultra 2" Compression Short. Minimal coverage, maximum performance. Low rise cut and lightweight power stretch fabric ensure mobility. FLATLOCK seams cut down on abrasion for long lasting comfort. UPF 30+ technology helps protect skin from the sun's harmful rays. 2-inch inseam. 85% 7.0 oz Nylon / 15% Elastene. Imported.Fit: Compression Available Sizes: Extra Small,Small,Medium,Large,Extra Large, Available Colors: Black,

- Under Armour

Under Armour Shorty Ultra 2'' Compression Short


The Under Armour Shorty Ultra 2'' Compression Short is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen May 28, 2012 at Backcountry.com.

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