Under Armour is one of those clothing brands that consistently delivers, especially during the winter months. Their warmth, style, and affordability are unmatched. If you’ve ever exercised outside during the winter, you know just how well their apparel insulates your body to keep you insanely warm during extreme temperatures. If you’ve been searching for sporty winter clothes, check out the products we’ve hand-selected below:
This Zip-Up T-Shirt is made from 84% polyester and 16% elastane. Lightweight and designed for ultimate comfort, the UA Tech fabric is moisture-wicking and destroys the growth of odor-causing bacteria. This product is great for those who like to layer their clothing in the winter.
With an average customer rating of 4.7 out of five stars, the leather overlays add style and durability to this shoe. If you love to run, jog, or simply walk as your main form of exercise, we think you’ll love these sneakers! Add a little flexibility and stability to your stride.
Since facemasks are going to be part of our wardrobe for the foreseeable future, you might as well get one that is comfortable! Made from UA ISO-Chill fabric, this mask will feel cool-to-the-touch. When working out, your face accumulates sweat, dirt, and most of all, it gets hot! This mask has helped many that experience this menacing issue. Don’t forget this mask is machine and hand washable.
I’ve purchased many of these compression shirts throughout my life. They’re form-fitting, which makes them perfect for layering. This shirt is made from 100% polyester and is very soft. While not only moisture-wicking, this shirt allows you to move freely and quickly in any direction you need to. I would highly recommend this for someone who spends a lot of time outside in the winter, whether for work or for exercising.
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