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Under Armour InfraRed – Your Winter Warmer

 It’s cold, it’s wet, it’s miserable – it’s winter weather out there, no doubt about it. So how can we stay warm over the next few months while still staying active and getting out into the fresh air?

Well Under Armour are here to answer that question. You might know the American giant first and foremost as a supplier of baselayer clothing for all types of weather conditions in the sporting arena but that is not alone where the strengths of Under Armour lie.

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From head to toe Under Armour has the smartest technology to keep you on the top of your game, in whatever situation you find yourself. And this year with the introduction of Infrared Under Armour has upped the level yet again.

  • First there was Coldgear – the technology that keeps you warm in cold conditions.
  • Then came Stormgear – a tiered system of water and wind protection that keeps you dry and protected in any wet weather situation.
  • Then UA added INFRARED – a soft interior thermo-conductive pattern/ print that absorbs and retains your own body heat.

What makes Under Armour so good though? It’s simple – All UA products have moisture wicking capabilities which provides temperature regulation and breathability. Lightweight 4-way stretch construction the garments allow unrestricted mobility while maintaining shape. They contain anti-odour properties ensuring you can remain fresher for longer and perhaps just as importantly UA product designs are never compromised and look as cool as they feel.

Under Armour Survival 1/4 Zip Fleece
Under Armour Survival 1/4 Zip Fleece

Worn by males and females of all ages, we have a great range of long and short sleeved tees, shorts, leggings, jog pants and hoods. The Under Armour brand also extends to basic tees, hoods, football boots and accessories.

It’s time you discovered why Under Armour is Elverys Intersport best selling baselayer brand. 

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