Whether worn under a uniform or by itself, the NIKE® men's Pro Combat Hyperwarm fitted 1.2 shirt provides optimum comfort and warmth when the temperature drops. It's crafted with moisture-wicking Dri-FIT® material and features a flat-seam construction to minimize chafing. A mock-neck collar combats the cold, while underarm insets offer an enhanced range of motion.
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Fabric Content:Body: 88% polyester, 12% spandex
Fabric Content:Insets: 84% polyester, 16% spandex
Close-to-body, contoured fit for maximum performance.
Performance Technology:Nike® Dri-FIT®
Dri-FIT® fabrics manage moisture to keep you dry and comfortable.
Fabric transfers moisture from the skin to the fabric's surface for quick evaporation, keeping you dry and comfortable.
Seams and/or design lines of the garment follow the body's curves to allow freedom of movement and prevent skin irritation.
Comments about NIKE Men's Pro Combat Hyperwarm Fitted 1.2 Shirt:
Bought this because of the sale and not too pleased. The concept is good but the execution is poor. For perspective, I'm 5-10, 150lbs with a small frame, and I get a medium in most clothing without issue. So I got a medium in this top, which feels like a compression top in the chest but a very loose fitting shirt in the torso. I don't undestand why the torso is so loose fitting on a "warm" shirt; it just allows cool air to creep up your back. The sleeves are about 2" short, and the mock turtleneck is chokingly tight. The shoulder joint also has limited range of motion. Just a poor design overall. This is probably best used as a first layer, but at that, why not just get a regular compression top? If you have to get this top, get a size bigger than you think, but I would recommend trying another brand-- UA, new balance, adidas, etc... They all make fitted tops with better fits. I own several other pieces of Nike gear and like all of it, but they missed the mark with this one.
Feels too small
Feels true to length
Feels too short
Was this a gift?:
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend