Under Armour is not just for pro ball players and maybe the high school lacrosse team. It's the official outfitter for many college football teams and also some professional soccer and rugby teams. But their revolutionary moisture wicking fabric is equally suitable to the weekend guy (or once-in-awhile) athlete. Originally created to be worn under athletic uniforms and pads, Under Armour now makes compression shorts and underwear, hoodies, t-shirts, mens socks, sweatpants, back packs and more. Under Armour has grown from a couple of guys just trying to make the perfect workout shirt to the most respected name in sports apparel and accessories. No matter what sport you're watching or playing you can find the UA logo that has come to represent the height of performance that the human body can achieve. Under Armour is proud to be a part of some of the most spectacular feats of athleticism in the past quarter century, whether they've been broadcast across the world, watched by your family in the stands, or are known only to you and the remote outdoors you thrive in.
Under Armour athletic underwear is a leader in the field (no pun intended), not only because of its unique characteristics that have created the performance apparel category and set the standard by which others are measured, like their four-way stretch compression fit garments and the superior moisture-wicking that defines the brand, but because Under Armour makes it easy for the consumer: Heatgear designates the apparel that you wear in the heat. Coldgear designates the apparel that you wear in the cold. That simple.
Under Armour's compression boxer jocks, which come in several lengths, are lightweight and breathable, with contoured and secure support. The majority of cutomers that buy these performance boxer briefs and trunks aren't buying them for any kind of athletic pursuit: they're just buying them for day-to-day wear. The level of comfort these underwear deliver thanks to the fabric and fit are easily appreciated on and off the field. They also offer several lines of athletic clothing, perfect for workouts and training, including the Twister Short and several styles of Microshort, with generous fit, superb stretch and legendary moisture wicking properties. UnderArmour also makes a performance jock with cup pocket—part of their Heatgear collection.
Underarmour t-shirts include loose short sleeve and sleeveless T's, with a generous, comfortable fit, anti-microbial properties for an odor-free workout, and Under Armor''s unique temperature regulation.
Under Armour has your feet covered, too. Their all-season Gear athletic socks are available in crew-length, low-cut and the popular no-show style. Underarmor socks include knit-in arch support, air vents, odor control, and moisture wicking to keep hard-working feet healthy and dry.
Underarmour started with the basic idea to design a t-shirt that would give compression while wicking away moisture. Founded in 1996 by a former University of Maryland football player, the brand exploded and is now a unique line of microfiber gear designed to regulate temperature and enhance performance. Under Armour was the first to create the performance-product industry.
Under Armour fabrics are the result of innovative research and design. They are constantly engineering textile innovations and introducing new technologies to improve their products. Their mission: to make all athletes better through passion, science and the relentless pursuit of innovation.