Review: Under Armour Charged Storm Hoody

Under Armour was gracious enough to send me a Men’s Charged Cotton(R) Storm Full Zip Hoody to review!

First Impressions

The inside of the hoody is very soft. The fit was nice –  not too tight, but just loose enough. It was long enough to come down to my waist covering the top part of my shorts. The length of the sleeves is just right – meets right at my wrists no more.

Me wearing the Men's Charged Cotton(R) Storm Full Zip Hoody

Me wearing the Men’s Charged Cotton(R) Storm Full Zip Hoody

The hoody has a nice mesh material. The overall material of the full zip hoody will definitely will keep you warm on a cold day and dry on a wet day! Very sturdy and durable. I must note that the material of the full zip hoody is not a light nor breathable material.

Up close view of the hoody material

Up close view of the hoody material

In Action

I wore the hoody on my training run today. It was cold, about 46 degrees and dry. The hoody did not ride up nor did it bunch up, it stayed in the place my entire run. It was very comfortable to run in! No compilants!

The hoody would also be good for pre or post race since it provides a good amount of warmth on those chilly race days!

If this hoody didn’t interest you, check out more types and styles on Under Armour’s website.

If you have any questions about the hoody, I would be more than happy to answer them!


Posted on December 1, 2012, in 2012, Gear, Running, Training and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. krissy m. murphy

    You look great in that hoodie 😀

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