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Under Armour MultiCam HeatGear fabric by the yard.
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LocoLoboChico
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Date: 4/11/13 0:20 AM

Hello to everyone.

This is my first post, so I hope it's in the appropriate place, and I couldn't find another post addressing my needs on here.

I was just wondering if anyone would know where you could buy Under Armour MultiCam HeatGear fabric by the yard? UA discontinued it's MultiCam clothing, but I was wondering if there might be any fabric left at some fabric shop, supplier, warehouse somewhere. It's a 3.5 ounce 100% Polyester, two sided with UA's microband side one the inside, and the MultiCam layer on the outside, and of course was made in China.

I sincerely thank very much anyone and everyone for any help or info they can provide in advance. I'm really, really wanting to find this if it's still possible.

Take care.

Most Respectfully,

Chris S.

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Date: 4/11/13 11:54 AM

Under Armour uses fabric especially for their items. I also believe it's a copyrighted process made just for them so you probably aren't going to see it for sale anywhere.

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Date: 4/11/13 12:03 PM

Rocky Woods (rockywoods.com) has UnderArmour HeatGear and ColdGear fabrics, but I only see solid colors. It's at least a place to start.
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Date: 4/11/13 1:42 PM

Thank you most sincerely for the reply and help, Engrmom.

Yes, I did see find those on Rockywoods, and they would be good for a lining in what they call their AllSeason line; like the lining in their beanies. Or of course you could go with the solid colors as a shirt I believe.

Another thing about the Rocky fabrics offerings--is it has the Elastane content (Spandex/Lycra) and the it's like 5.8 oz I believe, so that would make it the form fitting HeatGear variant. But I'm wanting the loose fitting variant that's the pure 3.5oz. 100% poly, as the MultiCam HeatGear tees are.

I think I have about as much chance finding it anywhere (especially now since it's been discontinued since last fall) as I do getting blood out of a turnip, lol. (sigh)

Again, your reply and link is very much appreciated.

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Date: 4/11/13 1:57 PM

Yes Wolf, both UA fabrics and MultiCam is copyrighted. But MultiCam/Duro textiles do sell their fabrics online to the even the general public if you buy a minimum of 5 yards. And a few military/outdoor and fabric retailers sell it, as well--with also no minimum length requirement, and maybe a bit cheaper.

That's the thing bout Rockywoods selling the UA HeatGear and ColdGear fabrics? They're the only place I've found so far in a week of searching. Plus, they have some colors I'm pretty sure UA doesn't have in their clothing line (at least not currently).

So I have to wonder if it's the copyrighted genuine, or a knockoff? Or if Rocky bought the rights from UA to sell it? Hmm. Thank you too for the reply.

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