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Ultimate AA Shirt

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$25.00
This lightweight compression shirt features breathable HeatGear fabric that wicks away moisture. Made of 95% Cotton and 5% Elastane (making our shirt most durable on the market).  NO Polyester!
Loose: Fuller cut for complete comfort Logo: AA logo at left of chest Smooth Flat-Lock stitching for non-chafe comfort.  Comfortable 4-way stretch. Soft, lightweight HeatGear fabric is Anti-Odor technology, quick drying and moisture-wicking to keep you cool and dry. UPF 50+ sun protection. ALL SEASONS:  Cool in the summer and heat retention in the winter Tagless for comfort. Relaxed Fit. BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS:   Make sure item is sold by Anabolicarchitect Corp. A flatlock is different in several respects. Unlike an overlock, there are no layers to the underside, the seam is butted together.  On a flatlock, there is no seam allowance with layers folding to the underside. Think of it this way, in the application you’re describing there is no seam allowance per se because the cut edges of fabric are butted against each other and joined flat in a single layer with thread. Flatlocking is used primarily for performance goods, it has fewer layers to chafe.
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About Ultimate AA Shirt

This lightweight compression shirt features breathable HeatGear fabric that wicks away moisture. Made of 95% Cotton and 5% Elastane (making our shirt most durable on the market).  NO Polyester!

  • Loose: Fuller cut for complete comfort
  • Logo: AA logo at left of chest
  • Smooth Flat-Lock stitching for non-chafe comfort. 
  • Comfortable 4-way stretch.
  • Soft, lightweight HeatGear fabric is Anti-Odor technology, quick drying and moisture-wicking to keep you cool and dry.
  • UPF 50+ sun protection.
  • ALL SEASONS:  Cool in the summer and heat retention in the winter
  • Tagless for comfort.
  • Relaxed Fit.
  • BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS:   Make sure item is sold by Anabolicarchitect Corp.

A flatlock is different in several respects. Unlike an overlock, there are no layers to the underside, the seam is butted together.  On a flatlock, there is no seam allowance with layers folding to the underside. Think of it this way, in the application you’re describing there is no seam allowance per se because the cut edges of fabric are butted against each other and joined flat in a single layer with thread. Flatlocking is used primarily for performance goods, it has fewer layers to chafe.

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These shirts truly are incredible. They have a nice, slim fit, but not restrictive. The sleeves are always the poorly designed portion of shirts for me, but these were perfect. They stay snug around the bicep and aren’t super long or short. So far they have washed well without fading or strands of fabric coming apart.  You can’t beat the price either, high quality within a budget. My new favorite active shirts! – Alice

 

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Super soft, very comfortable to work out in. It will cling to your skin, but that's exactly what it's supposed to do. It's meant to be pretty much skin touching all over. Not skin "tight,” but clinging to wick away the sweat and keep you cool. – Robert

 

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My boyfriend is a Powerlifter and he’s been needing new shirts. I got him 3 to start and he loved them. We didn’t buy more until we washed them to see how they held up and they are AWESOME. Most active wear is expensive, but the cheap ones tend to be, well, cheap. But these are a steal! Great quality and lightweight. If you are debating, just buy one and try for yourself. You won’t be disappointed! – Holly A

 

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    39 in × 18 in × 0 in
  • Weight
    0.36 lb

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