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So had them now 2 weeks I’m up and down ladders all day and probably walk about 5 miles in a day carrying tools and equipment and love the boots very comfortable
by Jay C
You get what you pay for!
Paying this price for a pair of pants seems kinda bonkers, but these pants really make up for the price. They're very comfortable and well put together. My favorite bit is the freedom of movement, which is achieved without skimping on material resiliency. A+ All around.
by Justin P
This is not my first pair of these, but in fact my 4th......and my ONLY recommendation, please produce these in more colors! I also want to point out that UA stands behind their products, as does this site, so buying these is a no brainer.....a little expensive at the time of purchase, but longevity far outlast the initial expense! I am only buying new pairs, because I have put on some weight and needed to go up a size...that brought to my attention, the waist band. These have a little stretch in them, and that adds to the comfort of these and makes them a nice fit! I RECOMMEND THAT ANYONE INTERESTED IN THESE, IGNORE THE PRICE AND PULL THE TRIGGER!!!
by Coach Mac
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.