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Under Armour T-Nation Shirts


#1

So the current shirts are great. Cotton is great - nothing against it - I lift heavier wearing it I think (especially in a pullover hoodie like Tate). But I'm just thinking how sick T-Nation branded under armour would be.

Any chance?


#2

That would be nice.


#3

They should only come in L +


#4

I think it would be gay, personally.


#5

Can't squat in an under armour shirt


#6

You don't workout naked? Even I do at the university gym.


#7

How much would you be willing to pay for one of these shirts?

They wouldn't be cheap to make.


#8

I'm assuming we're talking about the tight fitting type shirts,they're aren't expensive. $35 CAD plus shipping or go to the store.
http://www.underarmour.com/shop/ca/en/mens/apparel/tops/shortsleeve/pid1201166-Men-s-HeatGear-Full-T/1201166-400

Sport-chek, $35 CAD.
http://www.sportchek.ca/product/index.jsp?productId=3723296&cp=3733352.3733675.3915164.3746278&cid=1093167

$35 CAD isn't unreasonable.


#9

Yeah, except at champs I buy workout shirts 3 for $20.


#10

^^The tight fitting under armor shirts are gay


#11

Shhh! I like those...


#12

They'll be plenty cheap to make to be able to profit from the cost. It's the cost to the end user that will be high.


#13

Why not just buy one and take a picture of what you want from T-Nation to a place that does lettering for jersey's and pay a few bucks to do it yourself?


#14

Yeah why not just buy the shirt yourself, steal the companies trademarked logo and have it printed on the shirt yourself! That's a great idea. I'm sure Biotest would love that considering all the free articles they're pumping out for us.


#15

Haha. The tight ones are undershirts. They shouldn't be worn as a regular shirt by people who isn't an athlete or isn't huge (not fat huge. That would be disturbing to see in one of those shirts)


#16

I'm not suggesting that he print multiple shirts and sell them, but as someone already said, the end cost to the consumer would be pretty high, so a DIY shirt would be the easiest thing to do, especially since the Under Armour shirts tend to divide people into 2 camps: "Those shirts are gay" and "Those shirts are not gay." I don't think there is a large enough market for Biotest to offer a shirt like that.

Also, as far as I know (and I'm no expert), I'm pretty sure it would fall under a fair use copyright argument.


#17

Let the record show: the loose fitting under armor shirts are officially on the "Not Gay" list.


#18

what makes under armor shirts any better than a regular t-shirt? I'm a cheap bastard so I've never bought one.


#19

I agree on the can't squat in underarmour. I generally wear cheap cotton hoodies. But when it's above, say, 60F outside I sweat balls in cotton and so underarmour's good for hanging out in.

x2 L loose fitting


#20

They're comfortable with a good cut to them. They're quality shirts that will last a really long time (unless you grow out of them) they whick away sweat nicely.

I'm sure a lot of other brands do the same but I like my UA loose fits. I don't like a "silky" feeling shirt and I'm not a fan of cotton shirts really cause when I get sweaty they stick to me and it just sucks ya know?