Men's UA Vanish Compression Sleeveless

Style # 1320198
Height: Size: Fit: Compression
Mens UA Vanish Compression Sleeveless
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Height: Size: Fit: Compression
Men's UA Vanish Compression Sleeveless

Product DNA

  • Compression: Ultra-tight, second skin fit
  • UA Microthread technology in the fabric dries faster, won’t cling to you, won’t chafe & stretches without absorbing sweat
  • Mesh underarm panels for strategic ventilation
  • 4-way stretch construction moves better in every direction
  • Material wicks sweat & dries really fast
  • Anti-odor technology prevents the growth of odor-causing microbes
  • 59% Polyester/41% ElastarellImported

Review Summary

17 Reviews


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This is my only disappointing purchase so far from UA. I have to wear compression shirts to an uninsured driver. I sustained numerous devastating injuries and lost 85% of my right rotator and damage to the left. This shirt is very hard due to the small head size and runs very small. It does work well but it does cause me pain to remove by myself. Its also shorter than any previous UA compression shirt and constantly wants to go up. I would not buy again.

U/A Vanish sleeveless fit

Vanish compression shirts are shorter in the waist and smaller in the neck than other compression shirts like heat gear. Go up 1-2 sizes for a great looking fit.


I bought a 2xl and it fit like a medium. All the other 2xl compression fit snug. Maybe it was mislabeled?


PURCHASED THIS SHIRT IT IS MADE OF CHEAP LIFELESS MATERIAL Poor fitting bad quality looks lifeless not as in images at all falsely advertised on website waste money!

Not The Same Quality As Other Compression Shirts

Other UA compression shirts are relatively elastic, which helps when putting them on and taking them off. That same elasticity leads to the amount of compression the shirt provides when it's on. This shirt looks great, but is nowhere near as elastic. So, there was very little "give" when I attempted to put the shirt on. While I ultimately succeeded in getting the shirt on, I heard a number of threads snap when I did so. Not good. Once the shirt was on, it didn't have quite the "second skin" feel or look as other UA compression shirts. I will continue to purchase other UA products, but this one was underwhelming.

Nice Tank fior Under Cycling Jerseys But Neck Too Small

I love wearing snug-fitting tank-style base layers under my cycling jerseys, which are usually polyester/lycra. (I also have some wool jerseys for colder weather and Eroica rides.) UA's "compression" base layers are a new experience for me, and it DOES take a bit of effort to put this on. Once it is on, though, it is terrific. I wore this tank on a 40-mile road ride in the Oakland hills yesterday (9/15/18), from a chilly, breezy, partly-cloudy 8 am start to warm and sunny exposed chapparral towards noon: the UA base "disappeared" and did a great job--once it was on. It could be made an inch longer in the back for cycling but it was long enough under my bib shorts. My biggest criticism is that the neck opening is too small for a MED: I heard several stitches "pop" as I pulled it on over my head: I will have to keep track of any potential seam failures as I continue to wear it. And WHY is cycling (bicycling) noty listed as a sport? I am not out on an "other," I am on a bike ride...

The vanish is not good.

I have medium in most of the products from underarmour the ones that are large is because medium wasn't available and I wanted it. But this either shrunk when their other stuff didn't or it runs small. I can't get it on the head hole is small. its short length wise. Again all their other products fine fit great but this for some reason not so much.

Not flexible

The fabric has a nice feel. The neck opening was too small to get over my head and did not have much stretch. I felt it would tear and did not think a size larger would work. I have returned for a heat gear compression shirt.

Already coming apart on the inside of the neck after one workout

I bought two of these and after one workout the neck seam/material on the inside of one of them is already unattached and sticking out unless I tuck it back in. I don't mind that this shirt runs tighter than other UA compression shirts I have; tightness is the purpose of compression. But there's very little give. I should be able to take it on an off without it it feeling like it's gonna tear away. I'm noticing this more and more with the UA stuff I've bought over the past year. The glue, or whatever's being used, tears away from seams -- mainly around the neck or pockets -- either leaving holes or extra material. I'm hoping UA can get back on track and start producing quality again because this stuff is too expensive to be considered disposable after one use.

Men's UA Vanish Compression Sleeveless

Love it! Also bought the black and the Vanish Long Short SS18 that matches.