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Under Armour Reviews
Sizes Too Small
Great product, however sizes run small. (medium size is really a small.
by John L
Valsetz rts 1.5
absolutely junk.baught 2 pairs thinking something was wrong with the first. Used l ast pair twice or 2 weeks. They tear where you toe bends dont buy these
Better than anticipated.
I work at a hospital working security. I ordered these and the reviews were generally positive. I was unsure of what to expect but I have been pleasantly surprised. Break in time for me was a little long, but at the end of the day, my feet feel better in these than my boots with special orthotic inserts! They can be difficult to take off and put on wearing thicker socks and I replaced the laces with paracord. I ordered a 10 ½ wide and fit is pretty much spot on. If you're on a budget, these are worth a try.
by Nolan M
Under Armour Headquarters
Under Armour began with the goal to build a better T-shirt. Founder Kevin Plank, a former University of Maryland football player, grew tired of constantly changing his sweat-soaked shirt during two-a-days. He dreamed of athletic wear that could work with the athlete, regulate body temperature, wick sweat and provide compression. In 1996, his dream became reality. He worked out of his grandmother’s basement crafting revolutionary performance gear. Under Armour quickly outgrew the basement. Now the company provides the performance gear that keeps athletes warm in cold weather, cool in hot weather and comfortable all year round. With its moisture-management technology, design that fits closely and comfortably to the body, and temperature-regulating features, the company mission looks beyond making a better T-shirt. Under Armour aims to make better athletes.