Cheap Under Armour apparel: Up to 40% off t-shirts, leggings, trainers and more
Under Armour is offering a huge 40% off gym bags, headphones and workout clothes: Just in time to get back to the gym!
THIS DEAL HAS NOW ENDED
With the gyms reopening again after an extended period of quarantine, you'll want to show up for your first workout with clothing that's going to provide you with comfort and support while you train – as well as looking fresh and stylish.
It's a good thing Under Armour is here to help, with up to 40% off a huge amount of workout clothing and accessories for men, women, boys and girls. The range of discounts cover everything from high-tech cross-training shoes to workout leggings and golfing polos. Whatever your discipline of choice, these frankly enormous price slashes have got you covered.
- Black Friday workout clothes deals: save on big brands this November!
- Best workout clothes for men
- Best workout clothes for women
Under Armour's big price crashes mean essential kit like the UA Sport Wireless Pivot headphones, workout bags and golf caps are all heavily discounted. The global health crisis has meant many people have taken up new disciplines like running and golf in order to get their workout fix. If you've been muddling through on sub-par equipment, now is a great time to get stocked up.
Check out a few of our favourite deals from the range, and a link to Under Armour's full sale, below. Beware though: this is an "outlet" sale, and once an item is gone, it's gone. Don't delay!
Women's UA HOVR Infinite Running Shoes | were £120.00 | now £83.97 at Under Armour
Just taken up running while the gyms have been shut? Time to upgrade your most important piece of kit. These shoes feature an "energy mesh" compression technology to keep you bouncing along the pavement and automatically connect ot the UA MapMyRun app.
Women's UA RUSH Run Stamina Tights | were £60.00 | now £29.97 at Under Armour
"No wasted energy, only more gains" runs the tagline, and the mineral-infused fabric with second-skin fit is said to reduce the amount of unnecessary energy you expend. Now Under Armour have slashed the price, they're well worth snapping up, with the tights boasting mesh panels for ventilation and seam placements to eliminate chafing.
Project Rock Gym Bag | was £60.00 | now £41.97 at Under Armour
Can you smell what the Rock is cooking? The hugely popular line from superstar Dwayne Johnson is usually sold out in minutes, but this light grey holdall from the range, featuring loads of compartments for your phone, keys, water bottle and more, is still around at knock-down prices.
UA Sport Wireless Pivot Headphones | were £116.00 | now £68.97 from Under Armour
A good workout needs a good soundtrack, and the UA Pivot wireless headphones do the job. With 9 hours of battery life and Ambient Aware modes to filter background sound, you can stay aware of your surroundings without compromising your music.
Men's UA Valsetz RTS 1.5 Waterproof Tactical Boots | were £120.00 | now £71.97 at Under Armour
Running not your thing? Go explore the wilds with these waterproof tactical boots, with ankle support and an ultralite EVA midsole for added comfort on long hikes.
Don't forget, once these (and loads more) items are gone, they're officially gone. Don't miss out!
Matt Evans is an experienced health and fitness journalist and is currently Fitness and Wellbeing Editor at TechRadar, covering all things exercise and nutrition on Fit&Well's tech-focused sister site. Matt originally discovered exercise through martial arts: he holds a black belt in Karate and remains a keen runner, gym-goer, and infrequent yogi. His top fitness tip? Stretch.
I tried Arnold Schwarzenegger's three-move dumbbell workout, and it did more than build muscle
Workout This 30-minute routine worked my whole body, increased my heart rate, and strengthened my core
By Harry Bullmore • Published
You don’t need crunches to strengthen your core — try these six moves instead
Workouts Develop your abs, improve core stability, and enhance your posture with these six exercise swaps
By Harry Bullmore • Published