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I'm 6ft2 with 32 waist. Medium fits perfect. They're compression so they're a snug fit. Not too tight.
Jamie
· 21 November 2019
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Whilst they would be okay for a women to wear, the HeatGear series aren't designed to keep you warm - in fact they will do the opposite, radiating heat away from you so you don't get hot while exercising.

The Under Armour ColdGear series are probably better for you if you're looking for something to keep you warm wh… see more
Whilst they would be okay for a women to wear, the HeatGear series aren't designed to keep you warm - in fact they will do the opposite, radiating heat away from you so you don't get hot while exercising.

The Under Armour ColdGear series are probably better for you if you're looking for something to keep you warm when outside. see less
Whilst they would be okay for a women to wear, the HeatGear series aren't designed to keep you warm - in fact they will do the opposite, radiating heat away from you so you don't get hot while exercising.

The Under Armour ColdGear series are probably better for you if you're looking for something to keep you warm when outside.

Oliver Miles
· 04 November 2018
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Packet
J. K. Jones
· 16 January 2021
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A diet
Adam
· 14 November 2018
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Sorry can’t help. I bought these as a gift for my nephew. He is a real beanpole and I know he has been very pleased with the tights, if that helps.
LAP58
· 29 December 2018
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No I think you'd need the next size up
Amazon Customer
· 20 November 2017