This tee from Under Armour is the new essential in workout gear. Lightweight brushed fabric is unbelievably soft and offers unrivaled moisture wicking capabilities. 4-stretch fabric and raglan sleeves provide superior mobility and help this tee maintain its shape wash after wash. Built with technology to make you better, Under Armour's Tech Tee is a must have.
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Rated 3 out of
Quality has gone downWell, just like a lot of other comments I've seen on UA's site (mostly re compression shorts) I have to say the quality has gone down for this shirt. I'm currently looking at two new ones I just bought and comparing to a UA tech shirt I bought two years ago. The material is now much thinner (hold it up to the light and I can see clearly right through it). The material no longer has the soft comfort the old model had. I can even tell the interior stitching has gone down in quality. My old tech shirt is my favorite work out shirt by far. I was very excited to get some more but these definitely don't cut it. Fit is the same as far as I can tell.
Date published: 2016-08-12
Rated 4 out of
Bring Back the Poly/Elastane Blend T-Shirts!Whereas I can't complain too much about the new Heat Gear and UA Tech Desert Tan tees I continue to buy from you guys, I wish you had informed your most loyal UA customers that you were going to discontinue the poly/elastane shirts. I would have stocked up by buying dozens.
They are still by far the most comfortable, best looking (not just for gym rats)and most reliable t-shirts I have ever worn in my life.
I guarantee that if you bring back that blend, but start off selling them in small amounts, you will create a huge comeback demand for them once again. I have recently introduced them to friends of mine, and they would love to buy this mixed blend as well.
Date published: 2014-06-13
Rated 1 out of
Please Bring Back the Elastane BlendI wish I had been given a little advanced warning that the original 95% polyester / 5% elastane UA Tech shirts were going to be discontinued, because I would have stockpiled a truckload. These "new" UA Tech shirts are now 100% polyester and feel really cheap. The fabric is not comfortable, it almost feels itchy at times, and the shirt runs tight in odd places. For people like me who loved the "old" UA Tech shirts, for the time being I recommend choosing the Charged Cotton line over these shirts, but the Charged Cotton shirts still do not come close to matching up to the old UA Tech. I would seriously pay more than double for the old UA Tech shirts, they were so silky smooth and wonderful, please bring them back.
Date published: 2014-05-30
Rated 1 out of
"New" Tech T Inferior to the OriginalI currently own nearly 20 UA original Tech T's as I wear them every day for work/gym, and around the house on the weekends. I live in these Under Armour T Shirts as the cut and material are fantastic
Since mine are worn out, I received a couple of the "new" Tech T's for Christmas, and they are not nearly as good as the original. The "new" Tech T's are tighter in the shoulders, tighter in the arms, seemingly shorter/tighter in the torso, and do not move with you (flex) as well. Very disappointed with this "new" Tech T with the cut and material. UA....PLEASE BRING BACK THE ORIGINAL!
Date published: 2014-03-02
Rated 1 out of
Inferior to the UA shirts I bought 2 years agoI was delighted with these UA loose fit T-shirts I bought 2 years ago, so much so, that I bought 8 of them and 8 for my son. I just bought 6 and am very disappointed. The fabric is itchy and the comfy loose fit is gone. These fit like regular T-shirts. Too snug.
The labeling has changed as well. Before, it was unnoticeable. Now, I can feel that inside/outside label at the base of my neck as I type. I couldn't sleep in this shirt.
I notice these are all polyester, the previous ones were 95% polyester and 5% elastane. Evidently that 5% elastane makes a difference. I notice they have several other shirts that are the 95/5 fabric, why not these?
I am returning them and will try a different brand. Too bad, I thought I had one place to get my T-shirts for years to come.
Date published: 2012-10-17
Rated 5 out of
Best T ShirtAfter 73 days of 90+ and 20 of those being 100+ with 85% humidity , I finally broke down and purchased my first UA shirt . For years I've been buying the cheaper copycat brands . Let me tell ya , this is the best t shirt I've ever owned ! It's so light and comfortable that i feel like I'm not even wearing a shirt . Sweat evaporates quickly , even in the high humidity . Im 6'6" 330 and on the hefty side . I normally wear a 3x tall in most traditional t shirts . I knew UA ran a little small so I ordered 4x tall and it fits perfectly , although if you are fit and want to show off your physique , I wouldnt recommend this cut .
Date published: 2016-08-07
Rated 3 out of
Not as good as the originalSome things cannot be improved and were the best. The original tech t-shirt was and still is the best t-shirt you ever produced. The feeling of a a light, broke-in cotton t-shirt, but with the durability that can withstand workouts over time. The original tech t-shirt was awesome, and I cannot fathom why you would change it. The fit runs small (I used to were a large in the original but now I have to switch to an x-large). The comfort is much different in the material, causing discomfort. It just doesn't the same or does not give and move with the body the same. Highly disappointed. Anyone who owns the original tech t-shirt knows what I am talking about. It all started with the performance gray line and expanded from there.
Date published: 2015-03-15
Rated 3 out of
Smaller than size chart indicates.I got out the measuring tape to verify. According to the size chart, 3xl is supposed to fit 54-56 inches, this is supposed to be loose fitting shirt.
It measured to slightly less than 27 inches on one side, so it would not fit the larger end.
So one would need one size larger for a loose fit, which means a 4xl, even harder to find than 3xl.
Seems like every one of their shirts I have bought in the last two years, doesn't even fit their own size chart.