A nice modern look from my hometown company Under Armour, but this hat is on the small side.
I prefer the look of stretch-fit caps. More streamlined without a cutout in the back, and minus that ugly adjustment strap. The downside is fit gets more finicky. This hat is smaller/tighter than expected, with the L/XL too small for my big noggin (although a L/XL usually fits), with pressure all around the brim. Oddly, the XL/XXL also didn't fit-- that one was too loose, such that it could blow off... go figure. This hat is smaller in all dimensions than my other UA hats, not just the brim. So this style is "out" for me, although it's a nice hat.
The previous Blitzing II model fits similarly (small) but has a less stylish a look. Between the two, I'd pick this one. For fit, at least if your head is shaped like mine, the UA ArmourVent Training Cap is superior.
A design bonus with this hat: the black-on-black version I tried diminishes the overt logo advertising that has become a thing, while still allowing some UA cred.
As with so many vendors, there's a lot of similar-sounding products available-- wish there was more precision and less marketing-speak in the descriptions. I included a couple of pics comparing this hat (black) and the my ArmourVent cap (blue).
UA Classic Fit features a pre-curved visor & structured front panels that maintain shape with a low profile fit. Front panel backed with foam padding for added comfort. UA Microthread Microthread fabric uses re-engineered fibers designed to give superior stretch & breathability. Built-in HeatGear sweatband wicks away sweat to keep you cool & dry. Stretch construction provides a comfortable fit. Embroidered logos.