Men's UA RUSH Compression Shorts

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Style # 1327646
55,00 €
Height: Size: Fit: Compression
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Men's UA RUSH Compression Shorts

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Product DNA

UA RUSH™ is the gear you wear when it matters most—your toughest workouts, your biggest games, your most intense training. It fits great, keeps you dry, and makes you feel like you can crush every PR.
  • Compression: Ultra-tight, second skin fit
  • Mineral-infused fabric designed for your toughest workouts
  • Mesh panels for strategic ventilation
  • Encased elastic waistband with raised jacquard texture
  • Inseam: 23 cm
  • Powered by Celliant
  • Imported
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HOW IT WORKS
  • Body emits energy

  • Mineral-infused fabric
    absorbs energy

  • Fabric reflects energy back
    into tissues and muscles

  • Endurance and
    strength improve

Review Summary

14 Reviews
3.6

These Are Not Made For Runners

I have worn exclusively Under Armour products in the past five years (undershirts and compression shorts) during my shifts as a firefighter/paramedic. I have had zero issues thus far until purchasing these. I bought these as an upgrade to the ones that I have won’t previously, but the overall fit and feel proved to be problematic. After around 8 hours of wear they become uncomfortable and start chafing in a way that all of my previous pair have not. If you are sweating, it is worse. I also run regularly, and tried using these for that purpose, but was equally disappointed. Overall, I would not recommend for anything other that a brief workout during which you are standing still.

Only lasted 4 months (3) pairs

Fit good, but lasted about 4 months. Holes formed at the inner thigh area. Shocking since I always need to toss my old underarmour in the trash after years because it last to long. All three pairs formed holes in the forth month.

Compression shorts

Very comfortable fit. Would prefer the heavier material used in the past. Perfect length.

Great

My favorite compression Shorts for gym, and comfortable

Favorite Compression Shorts

These are my all time favorite UA compression shorts! No contest. Fit is great, super tight, great support, and the legs stay in place. The elastic waist band is really comfortable and doesn't roll or snap like some other UA compression shorts I've used in the past. So far the elastic has held up really well, even using and washing 2-3 times per week for the last 5 months. No worn out spots, pilling or wear in stretch. The material is maybe a tiny bit thicker than your standard compression short and feels more high quality. Based on some of the other reviews they must have ordered the wrong size or are mistaken on what product they're reviewing ;-)

Rush Compression shorts

Excellent fit and support-they are fine for both indoors and outdoors and the length is great for outdoor activity in cool weather

This compression is perfect for running

These compression shorts are everything that I want in shorts. They are comfortable and deal with sweat extremely well. They are also tight on my legs but flex when I’m making more extreme movements.

Not compression

These are super comfy but no compression at all. UA used to make serious compression shorts with rubberized sections that wrapped around, but these are basically lounging shorts

Perfect for running

My son needed these for military school. Lots of running in the heat. These are great! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

Not a Compression short

These shorts are not a compression short, they wear and feel like a longer boxer jock. They are not that tight to the skin and they offer little to no support, you mine as well just wear boxers. When I think of compression shorts I liked these; the UA core short pro Style 1271329 or 1250450, those are a great compression shorts yet they are not made anymore. Bring those shorts back. I buy a lot of UA gear and I have loved everything I have purchased except for this product and its description and what it is supposed to do.