Under Armour Alter Ego Shirts

  • monstapex

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    Jan 08, 2013 8:01 AM GMT
    I want the supeman shirt but they are always sold out.

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    Jan 08, 2013 12:22 PM GMT
    The tux would have been cool to wear New Yrs eve!
  • ESL_Asian

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    Jan 08, 2013 1:58 PM GMT
    monstapex saidI want the supeman shirt but they are always sold out.

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    The batman one is cool, too.
    But it must be expensive.
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    Jan 08, 2013 2:19 PM GMT
    They dont make them in XS unfortunately icon_sad.gif

    As a compression garment I need an XS normally.
  • stratavos

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    Jan 08, 2013 3:11 PM GMT
    they all look reasonably awesome, but especially the bussiness shirt one, and the tux
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    Jan 08, 2013 3:12 PM GMT
    I always dreamed Underoos would make a comeback.
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    Jul 21, 2013 3:18 PM GMT
    They're available again! I've been wanting to get one of these since I first heard about them. Here's the current styles:

    http://www.underarmour.com/shop/us/en/ua-baselayer/alter-ego

    A local store- Dick's Clothing & Sporting Goods- had them advertised in their Sunday flyer today so I trucked right over and bought one.

    I'm Batman!
  • MikeW

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    Jul 21, 2013 3:28 PM GMT
    Sungod17 saidhttp://www.underarmour.com/shop/us/en/ua-baselayer/alter-ego

    Damn, I wish I could wear shit like this. Unfortunately, I look ridiculous enough. I *do* have my original, honestly ripped and torn GWAR T shirt though! Nothing ridiculous about that! icon_twisted.gif
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    Jul 21, 2013 5:26 PM GMT
    lol. $60 for a tee-shirt? No...
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    Jul 22, 2013 2:26 AM GMT
    Sungod17 saidThey're available again! I've been wanting to get one of these since I first heard about them. Here's the current styles:

    http://www.underarmour.com/shop/us/en/ua-baselayer/alter-ego

    A local store- Dick's Clothing & Sporting Goods- had them advertised in their Sunday flyer today so I trucked right over and bought one.

    I'm Batman!


    How was the price in relation to online?
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    Jul 22, 2013 2:37 AM GMT
    GAMRican said
    Sungod17 saidThey're available again! I've been wanting to get one of these since I first heard about them. Here's the current styles:

    http://www.underarmour.com/shop/us/en/ua-baselayer/alter-ego

    A local store- Dick's Clothing & Sporting Goods- had them advertised in their Sunday flyer today so I trucked right over and bought one.

    I'm Batman!


    How was the price in relation to online?


    Sigh. Who cares? I just ordered a "Captain America" version from Dicks. jaja!

    I'm sure that will get some looks at the gym.
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    Aug 08, 2013 1:07 AM GMT
    They have arrived!

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    Aug 08, 2013 1:09 AM GMT
    GAMRican saidThey have arrived!

    [Superman UnderArmour shirt Pic]


    AWESOME! I need to get one!
  • Timbales

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    Aug 08, 2013 1:44 AM GMT
    sc69 saidThey dont make them in XS unfortunately icon_sad.gif

    As a compression garment I need an XS normally.


    they make boy's size icon_wink.gif
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    Aug 08, 2013 1:45 AM GMT
    monstapex saidI want the supeman shirt but they are always sold out.

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    Dicks sporting goods has them on line for $59.00, just got mine.
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    Aug 08, 2013 2:08 AM GMT
    Slim2010 said
    GAMRican saidThey have arrived!

    [Superman UnderArmour shirt Pic]


    AWESOME! I need to get one!


    FYI, the "Small" really is a "Small". The one I'm wearing is a "Medium" for a guy 6'1" and 165lbs. I learned the hard way by buying the wrong size and having to do a return. I got mine online from Dick's. They were quick too. Make sure in the shipping instructions you state that you want it sent in an envelope (not a box) so that that the mail carrier can leave it in your mail slot/box and you don't have to go to the post office and pick it up.
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    Aug 08, 2013 5:31 AM GMT
    If you get bored quickly click here: TL;DR

    Otherwise...

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    This afternoon I put on the Superman shirt as I left the gym.

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    I've had a bug for the past few days, haven't been to the gym since Saturday, and didn't have the cojones to wear the shirt IN the gym. However, I had a really great workout and my guns, chest, and core were pumped. So, I put on the shirt. It felt good. It looked good. I left the gym.

    People looked...a lot. I got lots of great and flattering comments from men and women of all ages on the 49-Mission and while walking on Market Street.

    When wearing the Superman shirt, what I found was that I was especially cognizant of my public behavior. Not that I'm an uncaring, angry, or rude asshat as a manner of regular decorum, but three events occurred that made me think deep.

    First, I was crossing the street at Market and 14th. I saw a guy grabbing stuff out of the center console of a stopped Jaguar. The blinkers were on. The windows were open. It was clear when I made eye contact with the guy grabbing the stuff that it was not his car (especially since he had a bicycle on the ground next to him). I didn't stop him. I just walked away. There were other people who were walking by who probably saw the same thing...and me wearing a Superman shirt.

    And, then I felt shame. I thought, "Superman saw a crime in progress and walked away. Would Superman have done that?"

    Then, as I was crossing Market and 15th, a woman was driving and making a left onto 16th from Market, and she turned and nearly hit me. I banged my hand on the back of her car...and another woman crossing the street behind me saw me.

    And, then I felt shame. I thought, "Superman displayed petty anger instead of just 'letting it go'. Would Superman have done that?"

    I was making a transfer at Divis and McAllister earlier this evening, when the bus pulled away just as I was at the door. I uttered, "Son of a bitch!" while laughing, but I said those words none the less. A woman was behind me and said that "There was no reason for the bus driver not to wait." She had missed the bus as well.

    But, what immediately came to my mind was, "She heard Superman cussing. Would Superman have done that?"

    And, I felt shame as I denied my highest calling for a third time before the sun went down.

    It was dark now. And, on the next bus, as I sat facing the back, facing the people facing forward who were looking at me, I had the opportunity to think. I acknowledged that I'm certainly not "Superman". I'm fully human, mortal, and just as flawed as any of the other 7 billion people who inhabit this earth during this particular slice of the continuum of time. "It's just a shirt", I thought at one point on the ride. But even though it's "just a shirt", I felt that three times I had tarnished or failed to uphold the values which both the big black "S" and character of "Superman" represent.

    Abstracted up to a higher level, my thoughts posed the poignant question which seemed to be at the heart of my experiences: If we choose to wear symbols which represent the highest values of character, integrity, courage, valor, and hope, and we fail to live up to those values, then do we dishonor and destroy not only the meaning of the symbols but the meaning of the values themselves?

    Maybe I'm over-thinking things. Maybe I'm taking the events of the day too seriously. Maybe I'm taking myself too seriously?

    Be ready if you buy one of these shirts. For when you wear the shirt you will be wearing the "Brand" which represents values.

    Oh boy. And, I haven't even broken out the Captain America shirt yet. icon_rolleyes.gif

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    Or, is all it really is, is "just a shirt"?
  • onefortified

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    Aug 08, 2013 5:53 AM GMT
    Those shirts are really nice. Didn't see them at the outlet when I went a couple weeks ago.
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    Aug 15, 2013 1:29 AM GMT
    The Captain America shirt.

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    Aug 15, 2013 2:17 AM GMT
    ill have to gain extreme muscles first before i purchase lol..
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    Aug 15, 2013 2:18 AM GMT
    Just ordered my blue superman. Yehhhhh
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    Aug 15, 2013 2:22 AM GMT
    I don't know how to embed pics from my profile, but I was one of the lucky few to get the limited edition movie version of the Superman tee. It's my main profile pic. I also have regular Superman and Captain America. Best part is this is fitness apparel so as a trainer, I can write it off on my taxes.
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    Aug 15, 2013 2:48 AM GMT
    GAMRican saidIf you get bored quickly click here: TL;DR

    Otherwise...

    20130807_143935_resized_zps7f0ab4c5.jpg

    This afternoon I put on the Superman shirt as I left the gym.

    1085002_10201158537719887_869617069_o_zp

    I've had a bug for the past few days, haven't been to the gym since Saturday, and didn't have the cojones to wear the shirt IN the gym. However, I had a really great workout and my guns, chest, and core were pumped. So, I put on the shirt. It felt good. It looked good. I left the gym.

    People looked...a lot. I got lots of great and flattering comments from men and women of all ages on the 49-Mission and while walking on Market Street.

    When wearing the Superman shirt, what I found was that I was especially cognizant of my public behavior. Not that I'm an uncaring, angry, or rude asshat as a manner of regular decorum, but three events occurred that made me think deep.

    First, I was crossing the street at Market and 14th. I saw a guy grabbing stuff out of the center console of a stopped Jaguar. The blinkers were on. The windows were open. It was clear when I made eye contact with the guy grabbing the stuff that it was not his car (especially since he had a bicycle on the ground next to him). I didn't stop him. I just walked away. There were other people who were walking by who probably saw the same thing...and me wearing a Superman shirt.

    And, then I felt shame. I thought, "Superman saw a crime in progress and walked away. Would Superman have done that?"

    Then, as I was crossing Market and 15th, a woman was driving and making a left onto 16th from Market, and she turned and nearly hit me. I banged my hand on the back of her car...and another woman crossing the street behind me saw me.

    And, then I felt shame. I thought, "Superman displayed petty anger instead of just 'letting it go'. Would Superman have done that?"

    I was making a transfer at Divis and McAllister earlier this evening, when the bus pulled away just as I was at the door. I uttered, "Son of a bitch!" while laughing, but I said those words none the less. A woman was behind me and said that "There was no reason for the bus driver not to wait." She had missed the bus as well.

    But, what immediately came to my mind was, "She heard Superman cussing. Would Superman have done that?"

    And, I felt shame as I denied my highest calling for a third time before the sun went down.

    It was dark now. And, on the next bus, as I sat facing the back, facing the people facing forward who were looking at me, I had the opportunity to think. I acknowledged that I'm certainly not "Superman". I'm fully human, mortal, and just as flawed as any of the other 7 billion people who inhabit this earth during this particular slice of the continuum of time. "It's just a shirt", I thought at one point on the ride. But even though it's "just a shirt", I felt that three times I had tarnished or failed to uphold the values which both the big black "S" and character of "Superman" represent.

    Abstracted up to a higher level, my thoughts posed the poignant question which seemed to be at the heart of my experiences: If we choose to wear symbols which represent the highest values of character, integrity, courage, valor, and hope, and we fail to live up to those values, then do we dishonor and destroy not only the meaning of the symbols but the meaning of the values themselves?

    Maybe I'm over-thinking things. Maybe I'm taking the events of the day too seriously. Maybe I'm taking myself too seriously?

    Be ready if you buy one of these shirts. For when you wear the shirt you will be wearing the "Brand" which represents values.

    Oh boy. And, I haven't even broken out the Captain America shirt yet. icon_rolleyes.gif

    captainamerica-nextgen.jpg


    20130807_143902_resized_zpsaec6fdd8.jpg

    Or, is all it really is, is "just a shirt"?


    This was such a thoughtful, articulate post. Thanks for letting us into your head. Seriously.

    That said, this is why I wear a Black Flag t-shirt. So much easier to live down to.