Under Armour Men’s ColdGear Infrared Tactical Hood

April 4, 2016 - Comment

ColdGear Infrared uses a soft, thermo-conductive inner coating to absorb and retain your own body heat. Form-fitting balaclava offers full facial protection in extreme cold. Also can be worn with the chin dropped or as a neck gaiter for greater ventilation. ColdGear Evo fabric delivers ridiculous warmth and superior comfort. 4-way stretch fabrication allows greater

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ColdGear Infrared uses a soft, thermo-conductive inner coating to absorb and retain your own body heat. Form-fitting balaclava offers full facial protection in extreme cold. Also can be worn with the chin dropped or as a neck gaiter for greater ventilation. ColdGear Evo fabric delivers ridiculous warmth and superior comfort. 4-way stretch fabrication allows greater mobility and maintains shape.

Product Features

  • ColdGear Infrared uses a soft, thermo-conductive inner coating to absorb and retain your own body heat
  • Form-fitting balaclava offers full facial protection in extreme cold
  • Also can be worn with the chin dropped or as a neck gaiter for greater ventilation
  • ColdGear Evo fabric delivers ridiculous warmth and superior comfort
  • 4-Way Stretch fabrication allows greater mobility and maintains shape

Comments

Wasatch the Front says:

As a wintertime runner, I am underwhelmed… This is a runner’s review. I’ve only used this for running, and that’s the purpose for which I bought it. (BTW, I bought it directly from Under Armour’s website.)I live in northern Utah and run all year long. I regularly will run in single-digit temperatures during the winter, and I’ve wanted to get something to protect my face and neck (my chin, in particular) for a while. I searched the web for “running balaclavas” and I was particularly impressed with the advertised features and…

Neil Kay says:

Does the job 0

JFK says:

Cycling Specific Review I purchased this for cold weather cycling. I am generally a big UA fan. It is tight fitting (slightly tighter than I like) and has good construction. There are two reason I’m giving it a negative review.1- The seam that allows for easy positioning of the face mask portion, which extends over the ear, channels air directly to your ears. Cycling at over 15 mph generates a loud wind noise.2- The fabric has such a tight thread that it is difficult to breath through. When I get…

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