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Gridded wicking that’s far beyond basic.

Under Armour designed the fitted Men’s Base 3.0 Quarter-Zip Top for frigid days when you’re not out to summit Everest but still need an insulated, wicking layer. Cruise comfortably through arctic temps while the Coldgear thermal grid uses air channels to trap heat and wick bone-chilling moisture away from your body. When things get toastier than you expected, drop the on-demand ventilation of the top quarter zip. Flatlock stitching eliminates any worry of chafing at the seams, and odor-killing Armour Block fabric treatment increases the odds of a successful cougar hunt at the bar after your dominate the hill.

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5 5

Great for biking

I use this item in the winter time while biking my husky. Because I live in Northern Utah our winter temps range from 30 to -10 F. Since my dog loves the cold I am usually out biking at least 30 minutes, sometimes an hour. My arms and chest stay warm throughout the ride and it works well even on the warmer days with less layers and pulling the zipper down. I have not used it for hiking or running in the cold, but considering the speeds I am going while biking and the wind chill produced, I don't foresee any issues using it for either.

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Has anyone used this for aerobic activity (cross country skiing)? How cold should it be before considering to wear this if it's heavyweight?

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I use this in the winter 20 to -10 F when biking my husky. So it not only is cold but then I have to deal with the wind chill factor as well.

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Has anyone used this for aerobic activity...

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Has anyone used this for aerobic activity (cross country skiing)? How cold should it be before considering to wear this if it's heavyweight?

5 5

WARM

This piece runs a tiny bit large so keep that in mind if you're between sizes. VERY WARM baselayer that I will pull out on those frigid days on the mountain. Great quality and feels toasty !

5 5

Warmest UA

This shirt is the heaviest version of UA's Base Crew line. Warm baselayer that keeps your body heat where it should be. Wicks moisture well, dries very quickly and is durable. For a warmer baselayer you will need to step up to the Merino Wool shirts.

5 5

Perfect

These are my go to Base Layer when it gets cold and most other days to boot. They get the job done keeping you warm and dry, also do a good job of fighting odor and have been very durable.

5 5

Buy It

Just buy it. Its warm. Its comfortable. Its worth it.

5 5

Best Comfort Available

I've enjoyed the base 3.0 cold gear since the day I bought it whether putting it to the test at the ski resort or just lounging around after a busy day on the hills.

Can't say enough about the quality and comfort.