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    21 Things From Under Armour With Such Good Reviews You'll Want To Test Them Yourself

    Get ready to workout in supportive sports bras, high-tech running shoes, and more amazing fitness gear.

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    1. A mid-crossback sports bra with supportive straps and moisture-wicking fabric to keep you comfy *and* sweat-free during running and strength training.

    Under Armour

    Promising review: "I am a big fan of this sports bra. I was able to run 4 miles on the treadmill and this bra provided support the entire time. It's honestly so comfortable I wore it the rest of the day. Currently stocking up on more colors because this is my new go-to sports bra!" —Kpat123

    Price: $35 (available in women's sizes XS—XXL and 10 colors)

    2. Fleece pants that won't feel too baggy and keep you warm if you're working out outdoors. It has roomy side pockets that'll hold essentials and soft fabric that locks in heat.

    Model wears dark blue fleece pants with matching hoodie
    Under Armour

    Promising review: "Very nice pants, the fit and style are perfect. They're not too baggy but also not tight, plenty of room for a pair of long underwear. Waiting for cold weather to try them out. Love the side pocket for your phone." —Snowman87

    Price: $55 (available in men's sizes XS—4XL and seven colors)

    3. Comfy sneakers because you're done stopping mid-run to fix your shoes for the hundredth time. Wear these for your next workout and you'll be ~going the distance~, thanks to laces that actually stay in place, good cushioning, and a breathable design.

    Under Armour

    Promising review: "Love these shoes! I have wider feet than normal and they fit perfectly! There are laces that need to be tied (I double-knot them and it doesn't look bulky). I've gotten several compliments and these are definitely my go-to for running errands or needing to be on my feet for long periods of the day.Kay21

    Price: $80 (available in women's sizes 5—12 and five colors)

    4. Graphic running shorts so you can stay cool, avoid chafing issues, and have something lightweight to wear to the gym. No more overheating or irritated skin whenever you ~work up a sweat.~

    Model wears green Under Armour shorts with light gray sneakers
    Under Armour

    Promising review: "These shorts stretch and flex with you, but are loose and comfortable, so they never cling to you. They're super lightweight, cut just an inch below the knee on me so they don't feel like baggy basketball shorts. The waistband and drawstring are perfect, and don't pinch or roll under like some shorts do." —Under Armour Customer

    Price: $18.99+ (available in men's sizes S—4XL and four colors)

    5. A soft hoodie that'll be great for cold days and double up as a cozy piece of loungewear. Your bod will be a comfy temperature, thanks to brushed material and a lined hood.

    Model wears gray fleece hoodie with black leggings and gray and pink sneakers
    Under Armour

    Promising review: "Ordered two of these, one in black and one in grey and so happy I did. This sweater fits perfectly, both comfortable and form-fitting. It’s warm but not too hot and the inside is super soft. The overall length is perfect, and the actual hoodie part fits comfortably with a nice mesh interior for breathability." —Under Armour Customer

    Price: $44.99 (available in women's sizes XS—3XL and 15 colors)

    6. Lightweight shorts because your thighs will be able to breathe and not feel like a sweat puddle. These are made with anti-odor tech too, so they won't stink after exercise.

    Model wears light green Play Up 3.0 Shorts with white sneakers
    Under Armour

    Promising review: "These shorts make me want to toss my other running shorts. They don’t ride up, the waistband doesn’t roll or pinch and they have pockets that hold everything! I wish I had a pair for every day of the week." —Jen80

    Price: $25 (available in women's sizes 1X—3X and four colors)

    7. A short-sleeve tee you'll want to slip into for weight training sessions. A streamlined fit and quick-dry fabric will make it easy to complete curls, deadlifts, and more moves.

    Model wears quick-dry red short-sleeve tee with navy blue basketball shorts
    Under Armour

    Promising review: "I started today with a 6 a.m. run, went from there to the gym, then worked a physical job, then helped a relative move to a new apartment up two flights of stairs in 85 degree weather. I got home at 7 p.m. tonight and the shirt still felt comfortable to get some things done around the house before I unwinded. Throughout the whole day, no matter how much I sweated (and boy did I sweat), I didn't feel very sweaty at all. The moisture wicking feature certainly seems to work!" —Under Armour Customer

    Price: $18.99+ (available in men's sizes S—5XL and 20 colors)

    8. Squat-proof leggings that won't budge, ride up, or sag. They provide a hint of compression without feeling too tight and they're available in three lengths, in case you prefer a shorter or longer fit.

    Under Armour

    Promising review: "I had read a few good reviews and thought it was worth trying these leggings and I'm beyond happy I did. They are so so soft, but still retain enough compression to make sure you look great. They pass the squat test and kept me dry during my last HIIT session. Only thing to note, they are a touch long (I'm 5'5) so keep that in mind. If you getting these to work out, or even just to lounge around the house I don't think you'll be disappointed." —tracib

    Price: $70 (available in women's sizes XS—XXL and three colors)

    9. High-tech sneakers for your running workouts: Each shoe has a chip that connects to UA MapMyRun, an app that gives you some coaching and keeps track of your running metrics. Oh, and did we mention these babies also make the cut with a sock-like fit and excellent energy return?

    Under Armour

    Promising review: "These shoes are extremely cushioned and I can actually feel the spring back while I’m running. I’ve had them for two weeks and so far they’ve been holding up great. These are my first UA shoes and I’m very impressed with the comfort, the style, and the Bluetooth feature." —RickJ419

    Price: $150 (available in men's sizes 7—15 and seven colors)

    10. A duffle bag that'll have plenty of room for your activewear, sneakers, water bottles, snacks, *and* gym gear. The best part? It also has an adjustable strap making it so dang easy to carry around.

    Red gym bag with side compartment for athletic sneakers
    Under Armour

    Promising review: "Having purchased numerous items, this was the first non-clothing item I've purchased, and was not disappointed. Besides the main compartment (which is a nice size for workout gear), there are numerous other pockets for smaller accessories (wallet, keys, lock, water bottle, etc). I knew before purchasing that I wouldn't be disappointed, but this was just a bit more than I expected. Good work UA!" —RGYLE

    Price: $35 (available in five colors)

    11. A basic V-neck tee you'll want to wear for barre, running, yoga, and everything in between. It's so comfy and breathable, you'll never want to take it off.

    Model wears berry V-neck tee with black leggings
    Under Armour

    Promising review: "I bought this shirt a few months ago and loved it so much I bought two more. Great for running, lifting, and I even use it as an extra layer for skiing, it doesn't ride up like most do which is nice. It's stretchy, comfortable, very lightweight, and breathable. They do run a little big because they are a loose fit. Would recommend to all!" —Runner12

    Price: $24.99 (available in women's sizes XS-3X and five colors)

    12. Gym-ready boxers because you won't have to think twice about bunching or sweating. They'll feel so amazing under basketball shorts or joggers.

    tight fitting boxer briefs in lime
    Under Armour

    Promising review: "I'm always trying to find the underwear that feels right when playing golf (And I play plenty). Don't want to worry about the leg bunching up or having to shift myself as I get ready to hit a shot. The boxerjock takes care of those issues. Liked how they absorbed the sweat and hold up after multiple washes. All good!" —ZGolfer

    Price: $20 or 3 for $50 (available in men's sizes S—5XL and 13)

    13. A training tank that literally ~has your back~ with four-way stretch, a breathable fit, and fabric that'll keep sweat at bay.

    Model wears light blue training tank with metallic leggings
    Under Armour

    Promising review: "In these tanks I started with the size small and I kept them as they are fitting but not snug. The length is great, not too long, not too short. They are lightweight and have a nice racerback. I purchased black and purple. I may need to get a couple more because they are perfect for summer workouts or hikes or activities. I can get rid of all of my other tanks that I don't love." —Under Armour Customer

    Price: $25 (available in women's sizes XS—XXL and 11 colors)

    14. Wireless headphones so you can tune out distractions and listen to your fave beats during workouts. Dwayne Johnson also helped design these babies, so you'll be good to go for gym sessions.

    Dwayne Johnson wears black wireless headphones while lifting weights at the gym
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    Promising review: "These headphones are great. Great feel on the head, seem to be very durable and are still lightweight. I ran on the treadmill, worked out, and finished with jumping rope. They stayed firm on my head. The sound is very clear and I love the ability to lower the volume by touching the bull symbol. One of my favorite parts is that I left my phone in my bag at one end of the gym and it was still clear as a bell at the other end." —KP275

    Price: $249.95 (one size fits all)

    15. Training leggings that have multiple perks for cold weather workouts. They're made with a mineral-infused material that helps reflect energy back to your bod, stay put on your waist, and keep you warm the whole time. Sign. Me. Up.

    Model wears light pink ColdGear Leggings with a mock neck black top and black sneakers
    Under Armour

    Promising review: "I bought this pants to race a Spartan Race in North Carolina. It was an almost five-hour race, 45 degrees, and raining all the time. Those pants kept my legs warm enough for the conditions and even after all the butt sliding they are whole, not a small scratch! Amazing." —Under Armour Customer

    Price: $39.99+ (available in women's sizes 1X—3X and three colors)

    16. A baseball cap so you can shield your eyes from the sun *and* prevent your head from overheating. Regardless of what type of exercise you're doing, you won't feel so much sweat dripping down your face thanks to a breathable shape.

    Navy baseball cap with black Under Armour logo on the front
    Under Armour

    Promising review: "There were multiple color options for this particular style. It actually fits pretty well and allows a little more air flow than a lot of other hats. It’s not see through, so don’t worry about that. One of the better hats I’ve gotten in recent years." —Under Armour Customer

    Price: $25 (available in men's sizes S—XXL and seven colors)

    17. Comfy underwear that's breathable and won't show through compression shorts and leggings. With a seamless material and barely-there fit, you can focus on your workout and not worry about anything riding up.

    Under Armour

    Promising review: "Training for my first marathon and I started to have some issues with my cotton underwear. My dermatologist suggested running with bike shorts or no underwear, which felt...awkward. So, I decided to try UA underwear. Game changer. They are breathable, don't move into uncomfortable places, and wick sweat away like magic! I have a pair in every style to see which I liked the best and I find them all super comfortable and wear them for running and work. I am a physical therapist, so I move around a lot and need something that performs. These are the answer." —PTkate

    Price: $25 (available in women's sizes XS—XL and four colors)

    18. A fitted crewneck so you won't freeze whenever you go on a run. Thumbholes help retain warmth and prevent your sleeves from rolling up. You'll want to wear this top with fleece leggings or joggers when it's cold outside.

    Model wears white crewneck long-sleeve tee with thumbholes while wearing dark gray leggings and pink sneakers
    Under Armour

    Promising review: "Perfect for running in chilly climate. The material is super comfortable and wicks sweat. It kept me warm during my runs and washed well. I still ran in shorts with this top and ear muffs in 30 degree weather while on vacation in north Georgia, which is super cold for me." —KimmieJA

    Price: $49.99 (available in women's sizes XS—XXL and four colors)

    19. A cozy hoodie because exercising outside can be a pain and you seriously don't want to get chilly from the temperature and perspiration. It has fabric that wicks away moisture and keeps you toasty, which is a win for cold weather workouts.

    Model wears black fleece hoodie with black track pants while running outside
    Under Armour

    Promising review: "This hoodie has that loose worn look right out of the bag, which I love. Also doesn’t ride too high on the neck and it’s not so thick that you can’t wear it inside for a workout. Perfect, simple, and high quality. I got three (black, grey, and red) but black looks best and goes with anything." —CF18UV

    Price: $44.99 (available in men's sizes S—4XL and 15 colors)

    20. A seamless sports bra that'll feel like a soft pillow for your chest and minimize boob sweat. You can lift weights, do yoga, or go on a walk without anything digging into your skin.

    Under Armour

    Promising review: "This sports bra is very comfortable, it fits snuggly but not tight, and offers great support. The straps never slip off my shoulder. It offers full coverage but is not hot. Looks and lays smooth and it's flattering under all clothing. I will definitely purchase this sports bra again!" —kcoffey

    Price: $35 (available in women's sizes XS—XL and five colors)

    21. A compression mockneck shirt that'll be incredibly useful for snowboarding, skiing, and other cold weather activities. You will feel warm because it has dual-layer material and an ergonomic fit that covers your upper body (we're talking arms, neck, back, and shoulders here).

    Model wears black compression mockneck shirt with white gym shorts
    Under Armour

    Promising review: "I bought the compression long-sleeve ColdGear and I'm very satisfied so far! I used it for snowboarding as a first layer while riding on very cold weather (-30 degrees Celsius) and I don't feel the cold at all! Also used it during fall while riding a bike and still cannot feel the cold! I'm looking forward to buying more!" —Under Armour Customer

    Price: $49.99 (available in men's sizes S—4XL and seven colors)

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