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HIPS: With your feet together, measure around the fullest part of your hips to ensure you’ll have enough room to move comfortably.
TALL: All tall sizes are 5 cm longer than regular sizes and are marked with a T behind the size
SHORT: All short sizes are 5 cm shorter than regular sizes and are marked with a S behind the size
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I've bought winter running pants from UA for years but the past couple years they have gotten shorter. If I'm running in winter to need these The really need to cover my legs. The sizing was small and yet the inner material being so slippery they slid down constantly which messes with running. You really need to make pants for taller women. I am 5'11" and 130lbs and nothing in your stores, including joggers, are long enough. You have plus sizes bo but no tall? Seems silly buy I'll have to change brands until this is resolved. 28" inseam really limits your demographic. You can always hem pants but you can't make them longer
i ordered the large and I am typically a medium. I could barely pull them up. I have an athletic build naturally full in the bottom and hips. The seam only went half way across my bottom. I was so disappointed with the fit and I was looking forward to them. They also were a much shorter than I would have liked. We need pants for the taller runner.
When I saw these at the store I absolutely loved how soft they feel and how comfortable they are. However,my mistake was not trying them on when I saw them in the store. They are very short and don't reach to my ankles (I'm only 5'4) and I love hi waist pants/leggings and these are the opposite and fall down every time I walk. Great for lounging, yes. Working out, no. Also, I got a MD and they were way too tight that they wouldn't even go up all the way so I got a large and they were are actually not snug enough.
I bought a pair of these a couple months ago and I was very disappointed that they are missing a layer inside, I don't consider it them 'cold gear'. But I though I can still wear them to the gym but that is not the case. They keep falling down to the point that I don't want to wear them to the gym because I have to pull them up every 30 seconds and is embarrassing. Very disappointed, I guess that is the reason why they are on sale but I don't want them not even on sale.
These pants were a gift for Christmas for my niece. Her mother thought she wore a medium at UA so I bought 3 pairs of coldgear pants for her, size medium.
Lucky for me, her mother was wrong on the size. The other two mediums (which were normal sized, I tried them on and am a medium in every other pair of UA pants [own 30+]) were too big for her but these fit perfectly. When I tried them on, I couldn’t get them over my hips - and I am NOT curvy.
I recommend sizing up or ordering two sizes if you’re interested. They are super cute on her and she loves them!
Ich benutze gerne die Cold Gear bzw. Storm Sachen von Under Armour, ich besitze auch die vorgänger CG Leggings und die ist mit der jetzigen nicht zu vergleichen. Die Leggins hat innen keinen Fleece mehr, besteht aber allgemein aus einem festeren Stoff. Leider fällt die Leggings zu klein aus, die sitzt auch nicht wie sie soll. Richtig Highwaist würde ich die auch nicht bezeichnen und ausserdem ist die viel viel viel zu kurz, bei mir (1,68m) würde noch mindestens eine Handbreite an Länge fehlen.
Ich war ehrlich gesagt noch nie so enttäuscht von Under Armour.
Ich hätte gerne wieder die lange gemütliche Leggins für die kalten Tage.
It’s warm but 28” isn’t enough. I need at least 30”. Also high rise would’ve been great. I bought Medium and Large to see which one of them fit me better since it’s my first purchase of compression design. I’m keeping Medium( my usual UA size) since they are stretchy enough. I’m going to wear them under my work uniform and combine them with granpa socks to cover my ankles in cold weather. I like their clean look without extra stiches or color blocks.
These leggings came highly recommended by the ladies in my running group. I bought 2 because of a great deal and sadly I don't think I can continue to run in them. On my first run, the leggings kept falling down! I had to stop and hike them up every few minutes. Eventually I let them fall until they settled. It felt like my behind was showing (thankfully it wasn't but it was close!).
I ordered the size recommended by the chart (L, even though I'm inching towards a M with other brands). Sadly, I don't think it's a size issue. Some materials don't fit certain body types as well. They did keep the parts of me they covered very warm, which was appreciated on the cold days I ran in them. I wish they performed with my body better since they are great leggings and definitely ward off the chills.
I bought these in Large and X-large. The large ran small, fit more like a medium and the XL were wayyy to big, fit more like a XXL. I wear 9/10 in pants and L in shirts.
The fabric is really nice and does what it claims, keeps you warm and helps keep you dry. I wore them for the Spartan race in Chicago.
Down fall is the sizing, not sure if I happened to get ones missed size or not but I would not purchase again.
The top in the cold gear ran small as well.
I own 3 pairs of Under Armour leggings (heat gear) in a size small and one Windstopper pair in a medium that are a bit big but sweat generally keeps them up after 20 minutes of running. So I thought ordering a small in this would be fine. I also thought they appeared high waisted compared to other cold gear leggings. Unfortunately they barely cover my bottom cleavage! Not useful at all for running. I don't want to try in a size up as I think they will then fall down. The material is good so it's a shame the cut of them is so wrong. As others have said they are in the short side as well (I'm 5 foot 3), so if you are running in the cold as they are made for you'd need to pull your socks up.