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With Father’s Day approaching, we are looking at classic looks from underwear brands for Dad. They offer a variety of looks, from underwear to undershirts.
by Eric Ramirez Bread & Boxers, Calvin Klein Underwear, Charlie Dog, Expert Opinion, Perry Ellis, Polo Ralph Lauren, Tani, Tommy Hilfiger, Under ArmourRead More
Looking to shed some pounds after the holidays? We’re looking at some of our favorite athletic looks for in and out of the gym in this Holiday Gift Guide.
by Christopher Hernandez C-IN2, Cocksox, Equmen, Expert Opinion, Go Softwear, Jack Adams, Jockey, Puma, Pump, teamm8, Under ArmourRead More
From Bodyaware’s meshy and bright pieces to Papi’s exotic and wild tiger print, this week was the boldest one yet.
by The Underwear Expert Abercrombie & Fitch, Alpha + Omega, Baskit, Bodyaware, Calvin Klein Underwear, Flint and Tinder, Jac5, Jor, New Arrivals, Papi, Pistol Pete, Under ArmourRead More
With the hype of the NYC Marathon ending this weekend, we’ve decided to answer all of your running underwear conundrums. Read further to find your stride.
by Michael Kleinmann Ask the Expert, Baskit, C-IN2, Jack Adams, Jockey, Nike, Saxx, Style, Tommy John, Under ArmourRead More
Let the wine flow! The emergence of wine colors on the runway is making a comeback this fall and we’ve seen wine colored underwear flowing from brands.
by Michael Kleinmann Abercrombie & Fitch, Adidas, American Apparel, Andrew Christian, Björn Borg, Bonds, Calvin Klein Underwear, Diesel, Frank Dandy, Go Softwear, Hanro, Jack Wills, Mack Weldon, Marek+Richard, MeUndies, Muchachomalo, Style, TopMan, Under Armour, Underwear TrendsRead More
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by Michael Kleinmann Bluebuck, C-IN2, Duluth Trading Co, Equmen, Exofficio, Happy Socks, Ibex, Icebreaker, Jack Adams, Jam, N2N, Oakley, Patagonia, Smartwool, Style, Tommy John, Under Armour, Underwear TrendsRead More
Underwear with Moisture wicking fabrics have certain qualities that benefit people from different walks of life. See how they helped David, Diane and Alex.
by Michael Kleinmann Ask the Expert, C-IN2, Calvin Klein Underwear, Emporio Armani, Jockey, Stanfield's, Style, Tommy John, Under ArmourRead More
More About Under Armour
A well-known mainstay on athletic fields, gyms and courts throughout the world, Under Armour is an American sports clothing and accessories company that produces innovative, hi-tec performance footwear, apparel and accessories including Under Armour Underwear.
The company was founded in 1996 after Kevin Plank, the special teams captain on the University of Maryland football team, noticed that the cotton T-shirts he and his teammates wore underneath their pads were always soaked and heavy with sweat. After graduation, Plank set out to make T–shirts made from microfibers that wicked away moisture and kept athletes cool, dry and light.
Since then, the brand has been producing high performance Under Armour Underwear often favored by athletes. Under Armour Underwear for Men offers sweat wicking properties similar to the brand’s T-shirts. Under Armour Underwear for Men is available as the brand’s trademarked Boxerjock, which features s smooth, sleek HeatGear fabric that gives maximum performance.
With the use of microfiber or cotton blended with microfiber fabrics, Under Armour Underwear for men provides a four-way stretch fabrication that allows ideal mobility while maintaining shape. Plus, Mens Under Armour Underwear comes with a chafe-free flatlock seam construction. Under Armour Underwear gets updated twice a year with new colors and prints.
Elite athletes from virtually every sport such as Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, Milwaukee Bucks point guard Brandon Jennings, American Alpine ski racer Lindsey Vonn, Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper and Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps have publicly worn Under Armour. Thanks to popular athletes, the brand earned global recognition during the late ‘90s. In 1997, Oakland Raiders quarterback Jeff George wore a branded mock turtleneck on the cover of USA Today. And in the Oliver Stone 1999 film, Any Given Sunday, actor Jamie Foxx wears an Under Armour Jockstrap—a choice attributed to Plank sending free samples to the costume designer.
Under Armour’s global headquarters is located in Baltimore, Maryland.