Under Armour Launches Winter-Beating Storm Gear

Water-resistant Storm Gear lets you workout no matter what the weather throws at you

There's a storm coming but no need to run for cover. Under Armour's got your back with a brand new tech to keep you dry, warm and ready for action even when the elements bite.

Winter might be inbound but that doesn't mean you have to head for the treadmill, the sofa or spend four months in hibernation. The clever guys at Under Armour have just launched a brand new range of waterproof gear designed to keep you training even when it's chucking it down outside.

The new Storm Gear range of hoodies, jackets, trousers and leggings featurecutting edge DWR (dynamic water repellent) technology, a highly water-resistant performance fabric material that repels rain and snow while drying up to five times faster than ordinary cotton.

The clever water repelling fabricprevents your workout gear from getting clogged up and heavy with water, the rain drops literally roll right off, making it the perfect addition to any British athlete's winter wardrobe.

Speaking at the launch where the Storm range was put to the test, Welsh Rugby Union star and Under Armour evangelist Jamie Roberts said:
“The protection and lightweight feel allows you to give everything without having to focus your energy on battling the elements.”
The new range includes hoodies, jackets, trousers, and leggings – each as water-repelling as the last.

Mother nature will never dictate your workouts again.

The hoodie is pricing up at £45, and is available to buy right now alongside the rest of UA's new Storm line-up.

Under Armour Storm is available now from underarmour.co.uk

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