FYI, the sizes run a little tall/thin, and the zipper isn’t the best. But it’s still comfy otherwise, so I’m still a fan at this price.
Almost certain these are counterfeit, as the logo is just a small patch stick to the clothing. The quality is not even as near to typical UA products, neither the sizing. It’s a fake product, so buyer beware.
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This is what it looks like on UA’s own site: Under Armour
It does appear to be the same hoodie, unless you know something that we don’t?
Okay, after posting that, and comparing the images on UA and Woot, a few things jump out:
- The neck line on the UA image is much lower than the woot image, which appears to go all the way up to the drawstrings
- The patch on the UA site appears to be vinyl that’s melted on, whereas the woot one appears to be a sewn on patch.
- The drawstring ends on the UA version are sewn, where the woot ones appear to have plastic aglets.
woot, can you confirm that this product is legit?
They use stock images.
I’m not sure that’s the case here. If they’re selling a specific hoodie, we should see pictures of it.
If it’s just “a generic hoodie with a patch on it somewhere” it should be sold as such
Per our vendor:
“Ours are slightly different because they are made for corporate accounts and off-price accounts to differentiate from regular retail.”
It appears to a older version of the UA hoodie back in 2016. Zipper is not the best and stitching could definitely be better.