Under Armour Women's ColdGear Infrared Storm Jacket
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Shatter your fitness goals when you train in the Under Armour® Women's ColdGear® Infrared Storm Jacket. Built with UA Storm technology, this zip-up repels water while providing excellent breathability. Princess seams give you a flattering shape, while ColdGear® Infrared uses a thermo-conductive coating to trap your body heat for long-lasting warmth. You'll never have to sacrifice style for performance with this UA Jacket.
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- Fitted full zip jacket
- UA Storm technology repels water and offers soft, breathable comfort
- ColdGear® Infrared uses a soft, thermo-conductive inner coating to absorb and retain your own body heat for warmth that lasts
- Zip-out hood for added protection when you need it
- Thumbholes keep sleeves secure and help seal in your body heat
- Princess seams create a slimmer, more streamlined silhouette
- Droptail hem offers superior back coverage
- Secure hand pockets to stash your stuff
- Zippered chest pocket to secure your essentials
- 360° Reflectivity offers extra safety in low-light conditions
- Fabric: 100% polyester
- Style: 1241574
- Under Armour
Country of Origin: VietnamWeb ID: 25116256
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Nikki Great product I love this jacket. It is thin and comfortable yet very warm! I am also fairly tall and hate when long sleeves are too short. I did not have this issue with this jacket! February 26, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Zepp20 The color is deceiving . . . I ordered this jacket as a coaching jacket because our school colors are orange and black. I hadn't been able to find any bright orange jackets in women's sizes so I was very excited to finally have found one. When I received it, however, the color was a hot pink. I was VERY bummed because I absolutely loved the jacket. I had to send it back ONLY because of the color. That is why I'm giving it a 3 rating instead of a 5. I don't want people to order it thinking it is a coral or orange color. February 13, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Ash777 Pretty in love with this jacket I didn't originally want this jacket, but due to inventory issues with the other running jacket I snagged this one last minute. I've run and skiied with it (under a ski jacket) in 30 degrees and snow - 0 degree weather skiing and I've been perfectly warm. I've also worn it once just going out in Dec and it kept me warm. I purchased a small so it would fit over my other layers (I usually wear XS in the tight-fitting cold gear layers). It is roomy but still slim. I still run with 2 UA shirt layers underneath for really cold days on my easy runs but if I was training harder I think I could get away with one cold gear shirt. The only reason it didn't get 5 stars was the zipper at the neck tends to snag braids and side ponytails, and the soft breathable material on the inside sleeves has pulled/pilled, even though I've only worn it maybe 5 times. I will be calling Dick's or UA about this to see if they can send me a replacement. Overall, this jacket is amazingly warm, lightweight, and breathable, and relatively inexpensive compared to other cold weather running jackets. Well worth it. January 6, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by D1Bound The best jacket I've ever owned! I asked for this jacket for Christmas because I was tired of having to wear bulky sweatshirts and scarves to track practice, then peel layer off of layer. I LOVE THIS JACKET. I got it in pink, and it's very fluorescent. I can wear it around in any temperature and feel comfortable. I never overheat. After I start running, I gradually get warmer and warmer. Sometimes, I get so hot that I have to unzip it a little. I'm a sprinter who is training in 35 degree weather, and I can't figure out how it keeps me so warm because it's very, very light weight. Even the pockets are perfectly placed. Oh, and the hood is very easy to roll back into the neck. Did I mention that I don't even have to wear scarves anymore because the neck part is so warm? I can zip up the entire jacket and not feel suffocated. If I discover anymore superpowers, I'll be sure to let y'all know! December 29, 2013
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