Rated 4 out of 5 by 4
Rated 5 out of 5 by Josephss Great Buy!
This shirt is everything that the company claims it is. Comfortable, well-fitting and breathable!
I definitely recommend this product.
August 29, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Luke275 Great use for working out
Great for use in the gym and outdoor. Very comfortable and keeps you in perfect temperature.
November 27, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Etchosts Great shirt sleeves long
Nice shirt comfy the sleeves run a tad long but overall i like it.
October 16, 2016
Rated 2 out of 5 by MattScott Inexplicable Size
I'm not small, relatively. I'm 5'10"/177cm and 170lbs/77KG, with a lean top--around a 38" chest and 30" waist. The size small of this shirt fits me like a Halloween costume of a wizard's robe: sleeves long and loose and a flowing, drapey body. It is at least a size too big, whereas all of Adidas clothes in a small fits me either slim or just right. Maybe this should be marketed as a pajama top. I suppose this isn't a huge problem if you like really baggy shirts or are Medium/Large/XLarge, as you can just buy a size down, which is why I can't slam it too hard for just not fitting me. The problem, though, with this and a lot of other Adidas products as they move towards 100% polyester fabrics which simulate cotton: the fit can't be adjusted by either washing and drying to tighten it up or wearing it to loosen it up. You have to fit a template of 4 sizes. If not, you have to wear an ill-fitting garment. On the plus side, it is really sheer so it will keep you cool, for all those times you need a long-sleeved t-shirt but still want to remain really cool--that 3 degree window between t-shirt and thicker long-sleeved t-shirt weather. In closing, in my confusion, I have one final question: why not just make the long-sleeved Men's Ultimate Tee just fit like the short-sleeved Men's Ultimate Tee (it doesn't)? As shirts shouldn't be creating philosophical confusion, I can't recommend this product.
November 26, 2015