Stay ultra comfy when you're wearing the Under Armour Ultra 4in Compression Shorts.

Wear the low-rise Under Armour Women's Ultra 4in Compression Shorts as a base layer, or alone for a moisture wicking performance short to the gym or yoga class . Under Armour made these compression shorts from Heatgear fabric to wick perspiration away from your skin and bolster muscle support to give you the edge in your summer-time cardio workouts. Flat-locked seams and Powerstretch polyester and spandex fabric give you a comfortable fit that won't chafe while you're on the move.

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3 5

So-so shorts

I can't decide if I love these or hate them. Some days they're great, don't ride up much and are comfortable, and other days they ride up to my butt and itch. I'm going to keep wearing them and hope that as my thighs get slimmer, well that's the plan anyways, lol, they always fit great.

5 5

great workout shorts

These are my new favorite workout shorts. They are the perfect length, not too revealing but short enough to be comfortable for high temp workouts. They also don't ride up, and the waistband lays flat and doesn't roll up or twist. Highly recommended as a lightweight, light compression short.

5 5

Don't want to take them off

I hesitantly ordered the 4" compression shorts thinking I would prefer the longer length. Little did I know I would fall in love with them. I wear them under my shorts but could easily wear them as a stand alone short. The length is great and they don't ride up like I thought they would.

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we agree--we love them, but very hard to find size xs

4 5

Work well

These shorts compress pretty well but they do ride up about an inch. I wear them under 3” workout shorts and shortly after putting them on, they are the same length as the workout shorts. I weigh 125 lbs. and my thighs are about average thickness. Over all, they feel good and stay in place.

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Am I supposed to wear underwear with these...

Am I supposed to wear underwear with these shorts or wear them as underwear?

5 5

Great product.

This brand of compression short really worked well for me. They are extremely light weight, but very strong, holding you snugly in all the right places to keep your workout comfortable and productive. No jiggles! I plan to stick with this product and buy the next size down as my body reshapes itself and I get healthier. Fast shipping, too!

5 5

Hardest part is having to take them off...

I have two pairs of these shorts and would love to have a dozen more. Best compression shorts I've ever run in. The compression is snug and supportive but not constrictive. The fabric is slick and comfortable and I've never had a problem with chafing or riding up, even while training for and running trail ultra-marathons. (Exception: one spot in the back of the waistband will sometimes rub a little if I'm wearing a long pair of tights over top of the shorts.)

I use these shorts as a base layer or by themselves, depending on the weather.

The previous poster's comments on her shorts was kind of surprising to me, because the fabric on my shorts has held up to heavy use and frequent washing for well over a year with no noticeable deterioration. (I wash them on the gentle cycle in a lingerie back and let them air dry.)

The best thing I can say about these shorts is that I don't notice them while I'm running. Why? Because they don't rub, ride up, itch or annoy me in any way. I just don't have to think about them. And that's a beautiful thing.

1 5

Could be better

I bought these because I was looking for "real" compression shorts for under $40. I was also excited about the promise of heat gear in the summer for long runs in the heat. These ride up, pretty terribly, so you don't get much compression benefit from them if you have larger than supermodel sized thighs. They are no cooler than the faux compression shorts I got at Target for $10. Also, I bought these in july and 10 weeks later they are pretty trashed. I've been wearing them once a week for running, washing on gentle cycle and line drying but they are starting to snag and fray. (To be fair, I do run on trails and occasionally encounter knettles and branches, so maybe they would hold up better with lighter use.) I just tried Go-lite slim kickins and they are everything this short is not.