Under Armour Men's Base 3.0 Leggings
While Under Amour made their Men's ColdGear UA Base 3.0 Leggings for skiing and snowboarding, this insulating foundation wear is also ideal for camping, fly-fishing and other cool weather outdoor recreational activities. ColdGear UA Base 3.0 Leggings use a grid pattern to trap thermal warmth close to your skin, but the four-way stretch polyester/elastane fabric also optimizes your mobility for high-impact activities in cold weather. Under Armour created soft, moisture-wicking inner face fabric and applied ergonomically-placed flatlock seams to eliminate chafing. The combination of range of motion and wicking properties gives the Men's ColdGear UA Base 3.0 Leggings a considerable advantage over traditional fleece or wool baselayers. Under Armour also applied an anti-odor technology to the fabric to prevent the growth of stinky odor-causing microbes, so you can continue to enjoy this base layer after years of use and countless laundry cycles.
- Fabric: Four-way stretch 7.0-oz polyester/elastane blend in a waffle pattern
- Anti-odor technology prevents the growth of smelly microbes
- Moisture-wicking fibers pull perspiration away from skin and significantly reduce drying time
- Ergonomically-placed flatlocked seams
- Functional fly
- Inseam length (large): 28.25 in
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Reviews - Under Armour Men's Base 3.0 Leggings
The Under Armour Base 3.0 leggings are great. Very comfortable and warm. I prefer the feel of the 3.0 leggings over the compression type leggings as not quite as tight.
Good base layer
I wore the 3.0 leggings and crew while fishing in 25 degree temperatures. After several hours, I was still perfectly warm and comfortable. I can even wear them indoors for a while without overheating, for some reason. They fit perfectly and are very comfortable.
Warm on sub-20 degree days
They keep me warm and wick moisture from skin well; never clammy. Cuff fits tight and is a bit thick so as to be hard to pull high enough not to interfere with ski boot closure. Waist band rides a little low on the hips; makes it feel like my pants are falling down, once I start skiing I dont notice it anymore.