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Under Armour Men's Activewear

Whatever your sport, Under Armour men's activewear will keep you feeling great and looking cool.

Types of Under Armour men's activewear

The Under Armour men's activewear short sleeve t-shirt is the most popular

style of activewear in the collection. The t-shirts boast a close fit for optimal freedom of movement and no clinging or chafing. The UA Microthread technology speeds up drying time between washes. Looser fit options are also available.

Long sleeve tops are ideal for working out outdoors. Most styles feature a zip collar, allowing you to cool down easily.

Sleeveless compression t-shirts are a popular choice for a serious workout. The vest style top is cut close to the body to minimise chafing.

Super light, slightly stretchy and designed for comfortable movement, the training shorts have an elasticated waist and side pockets.

Skin tight compression shorts keep you cool and dry, no matter how hot it gets. The shorts are cut to mid thigh range.

Cut long and lean, joggers and tracksuit bottoms provide complete coverage for easy movement. Most styles feature cuffed ankles and an elasticated waist.

The Under Armour men's activewear range allows you to customise your sports kit. Base layers are designed to wick away perspiration. The base layer range includes vests, t-shirts, long sleeve tops and leggings.

Differences between Under Armour men's activewear fabrics

Breathable, lightweight and with a soft feel, natural cotton is the ideal fabric for sports performance and hot weather.

Hardwearing polyester is resistant to wrinkles and shrinking. This means that Under Armour men's activewear made from this fabric retains its shape for longer.

Soft feel cotton blend is typically made from cotton, polyester and elastane mix. Although this lightweight fabric is not as breathable as cotton, cotton blend sports clothing does maintain its shape and colour for longer ensuring value for money.

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