Under Armour Rush Fitness Collection

Apr 4, 2019

Category: Gear

In 1996, Under Armour revolutionized the athletic apparel market by introducing the space to sweat-wicking fabric. Well, the innovative company is changing the game again with the Under Armour Rush Collection, which contains gear designed to enhance performance while in rest and recovery mode.

Teaming up with leading technology company Celliant, Under Armour has created the UA Rush fabric, which is designed to recycle the body’s energy, providing excellent energy return comparable to an infrared sauna. The UA Rush fabric absorbs the heat of your body and transforms it into infrared energy, bouncing it back to your body, creating localized circulation to enhance performance and recovery. Professional athletes from NBA champion Stephen Curry to heavyweight boxing champion Anthony Joshua have been using pieces in the collection for the past eight months, but it will be available to the public on April 11. The collection includes fitted tees, tights, long-sleeved shirts, and more, ranging from $45 to $100.

Purchase: $45+

More From Gear

Fabric Makes Skincare Simple And Intuitive With Its Affordable Starter Kit

Treating skin to a healthy, all-encompassing regimen.

Posted By Chris West

Partner

Batch Turns A The Standard-Issue Field Shirt Into A Stylish Canvas Button-Up

The classic military-style field shirt is brought into the 21st century.

Posted By Tim Huber

Partner
Featured Image

Icon Revolutionizes The Textile Moto Jacket With The Cordura-Clad Upstate

Made from highly abrasion-resistant yet breathable Iron Weave Mesh.

Posted By

Feb 20, 2020

Featured Image

Prep For ‘Halo Infinite’ With NERF’s Master Chief-Approved Blasters

A trio of iconic video game weapons turned into foam dart firearms.

Posted By

Feb 20, 2020

Featured Image

The 15 Best Men’s Winter Workwear Essentials

Warm & durable duds to help combat the cold while working outdoors.

Posted By

Feb 19, 2020

Featured Image

Aer & Nine Hours’ Ballistic Cordura Capsule Pack Was Made For Travel

Inspired by Japan's famed capsule hotel and built to last.

Posted By

Feb 19, 2020