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Men's Under Armour Tech 2.0 Short Sleeve Shirts or Shorts (various) EXPIRED

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Under Armour.com has Men's Under Armour Tech 2.0 Short Sleeve Shirts or Shorts (various styles/colors) on sale for $11.99 each when you apply promo code MAY20. Shipping is free. Thanks rsvpd

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Under Armour Outlet has select Men's UA Tech styles for $11.99 each w/ MAY20. Shipping is free.No longer availNotes: prices dropped from $18.75 (Or $15 w/ MAY20)
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It's still a loosely designed shirt, they're just saying they made it smaller lol. It literally says LOOSE right on the page as well. If you aren't familiar with UA products or literally any sports apparel company, they often make athletic/slim fit in addition to normal fitting shirts and loose fit. Do you have nothing better to do than quote me with this BS?
I got mine today. I would say it's a regular cut t-shirt, with more on the slim side than the loose side. On most shirts I'm in between S and M and ordered the S. Around the shoulders and chest it's a bit tight, but the waist and length it's a good. OK fit for running or doing cardio. If you are planning to work out, I would get the bigger size if you are in between sizes like me. Also since these are 100% synthetic, it won't shrink in the wash like cotton shirts.
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I receive mine. I missed the fact that they are LOOSE fit. The large fits like an XL and they don't contour down like a normal t-shirt. They may be a good fit for someone with a big belly. Returning.
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I've tried everything for keeping these shirts from stinking like arm pit. They just dont wash as well as cotton or cotton mixes. I wished they'd bring back the original charged cotton shirts.
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I've started using "Nathan" soap to remove odor instead of traditional detergent. Works amazingly well!
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Wash with 20 mule team borax.
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I add half a cup to the wash and it works great for removing odors. It's also helps remove the funky smell from new natural hair shaving brushes.


Soak in vinegar
No fabric softener
Cold/warm water only

https://www.thespruce.com/how-to-...es-2147005

This is why your workout clothes still stink after being washed:

"This problem is exacerbated in performance clothes that contain channels or grooves that enhance wicking," Johnson says. "Body soils can become trapped in these grooves, making them even more difficult to remove. That is why odors are a common problem with performance fabrics." In fact, Johnson and her co-workers call such fabrics "dirt and odor magnets."

https://www.washingtonpost.com/li...6cdbd3e743
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