Under Armour sale is here with the best workout apparel and cheap running shoe deals

Shop the best Under Armour outlet deals online on running shoes, running headphones and clothing

Under Armour sale is here with the best workout and running shoe deals and more
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Under Armour's outlet sale has quite a few excellent running and workout clothing and shoe deals on right now, with up to 40% off! Running might be one of the most popular sport nowadays but it doesn't mean it's a cheap hobby: the best running shoes and best running headphones from big manufacturers can cost a pretty penny. Thankfully, there is always a way to find the best running shoe deals online if you are vigilant enough. This UnderArmour sale, for instance. 

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If you are after some sweet summer sale discounts, head over to our best July sales hub and have a look at the best offers from all major online retailers, including Amazon, John Lewis, Argos and more.

Our top picks from the Under Armour Outlet Sale

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UA Hustle 4.0 Backpack | On sale for £26.97 | Was £45 | You save £20.03 at Under Armour (opens in new tab)
the Hustle 4.0 is a competent gym backpack and has a water resistant finish, a soft-lined laptop sleeve that holds up to 15" laptop, two water-repellent front  pockets, a large, gusseted front laundry/shoe pocket, two side water bottle pockets and a tough, abrasion-resistant bottom panel. For just under £27 this is a bargain buy!

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Women's UA Recover Woven Full Zip Top | On sale for £62.97 | Was £105 | You save £42.03 at Under Armour (opens in new tab)
This stylish women's top has no shoulder seams and generous sleeve construction for a slightly oversized fit. The UA Storm technology repels water without sacrificing breathability – or so does Under Armour claims. The Recover Woven Full Zip Top sports a wide collar construction with bungee adjust and a full snap front closure with Storm flap. Ideal in corona-times to cover some of your face (wearing this top won't replace wearing a mask, though).

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Women's UA HOVR Infinite Running Shoes | On sale for £83.97 | Was £120 | You save £36.03 (opens in new tab)
These techy running shoes connect to MapMyRun app directly where you can tracks and analyse your running metrics: no need to get a running watch, unless you want to know your heart rate in which case you might need one. It might not measure heart rate but HOVR is full of top-notch UA tech, including the engineered mesh upper, the ergonomic EVA sockliner, the EVA midsole and the "anatomically placed" deep flex grooves offer flexibility in key areas. 

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UA Sport Wireless Pivot Headphones | On sale for £68.97 | Was £115 | You save £46.03 at Under Armour (opens in new tab)
These JBL-powered sports headphones features "Bionic Hearing" technology, a sound and mic technology allows you to still hear surroundings. Also featured are the Talk-Thru technology that drops music down and turns on speech-optimised, noise-cancelling mics so you can easily talk between sets without removing your headphones and the Ambient Aware technology that allows you to continue to listen to your music during your workout, but still be aware of your surroundings. Up to 9 hours of battery life from a 2-hour charge.

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Men's UA Run Impasse Wind Reflect Jacket | On sale for £101.97 | Was £170 | You save £68.03 at Under Armour (opens in new tab)
Don't let the awful weather hinder your progress! The Run Impasse jacket features UA Storm technology repels water without and this capable top is also wind-resistant and lightweight too. The ripstop woven fabric is tough but comfortable as well as being fully packable into its own bag inside secure, zip left chest pocket.

Matt Kollat
Fitness Editor

Matt is T3's Fitness Editor and covers everything from smart fitness tech to running and workout shoes, home gym equipment, exercise how-tos, nutrition, cycling, and more. His byline appears in several publications, including Techradar (opens in new tab) and Fit&Well (opens in new tab), and he collaborated with other fitness content creators such as Garage Gym Reviews (opens in new tab).