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Under Armour SPORTSMASK Face Mask

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The UA SPORTSMASK is a reusable, water-resistant performance face mask designed for maximum breathability by Under Armour's innovation team in record time. This first-of-its-kind mask functions to reduce the spread of respiratory droplets by the wearer. The top of the mask features a moldable nose-bridge to help secure it in place and mitigate airflow to the eyes, helping to prevent glasses from fogging. It can also be washed and dried, making it more eco-friendly than many single-use, disposable options. Under Armour also has a patent pending on its design and construction of the mask.

The use of these face coverings is not a guarantee against infection or the transmission of viruses or diseases. 

The UA SPORTSMASK features a unique, three-layer model engineered for athletes during performance:

LAYER 1: SPACER FABRIC - It is light but has air pockets for structure, so it stays off the mouth and nose for better airflow.
LAYER 2: OPEN-CELL FOAM - The breathable middle layer lets air through but makes it hard for moisture and sweat to pass.
LAYER 3: UA ISO-CHILL - This fabric feels cool against the skin, stretches, and is treated with PROTX2™, a non-metal anti-microbial technology which inhibits growth of bacteria on the mask to make it fresh.

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Baltimore-based Team Thrill basketball teammates get an on-court training session

Under Armour Engineers a First-of-its-Kind Performance Mask to Equip Athletes Returning to Training
For months now, millions of athletes worldwide have been wrestling with the challenges of working out under stay-at-home orders, and wondering whether they should wear a face mask if training in public or outside. Debates continue to swirl over how best to stay healthy outside of the home and when to train with a face mask.

Today, Under Armour has a solution.

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Lacrosse midfielder Taylor Cummings trains outside on the turf in Baltimore

I think of wearing masks as a team sport, because it requires the participation of each team member to be successful. When everybody wears masks together, it can be quite effective in reducing the spread of COVID-19, which could be especially important in close-contact environments like a gym or when training with a group.
- Dr. Daniel Durand, Chief of Innovation at LifeBridge Health
The seeds for the UA SPORTSMASK were planted in mid-March, when Under Armour’s innovation team designed and distributed millions of its origami masks to healthcare organizations in a time of public health crisis. It was during this design and manufacturing process that Under Armour founder Kevin Plank recognized that athletes would need a very different solution in order to return to training.

“As soon as we finalized the design of our face mask for PPE, we dove straight into the innovation process of optimizing a mask for performance," said Kyle Blakely, VP of Materials Innovation at Under Armour. "We knew our athletes would need us to come through quickly with a solve to aid their return to training, one that would put health and safety first and adhere to current CDC guidelines.”

Because of social distancing restrictions, the company went back to its roots during the mask construction phase. Plank’s design and Blakely’s materials were sent to Ella Mae Holmes, an Under Armour seamstress and the company’s third employee who helped develop the brand’s original compression shirt. Holmes got to work sewing mask prototypes out of her Baltimore home. With input and testing from teammates across product development, Under Armour found success in the 13th iteration of the mask.

“Experience told us that fabric and performance had to be our first focus, so we set out to find a fabric combination that created structure to ensure the mask would stand off the face and offer maximum breathability,” added Blakely. “We applied learnings in fit, feel, and ease and speed of manufacturing from the face mask we created for PPE purposes. Throughout it all, the speed of the design process and a meticulous eye to quality and details were paramount.”


A behind-the-scenes look at the making of the UA SPORSTMASK and training footage

As part of the launch, Under Armour will be distributing the UA SPORTSMASK to student athletes in its hometown locations across the globe. This is part of the company’s ongoing efforts to protect the health and well-being of all athletes, who are diligently waiting and preparing for the full return of sports.

At Under Armour, we always want to be part of the solution, especially during this extremely challenging time. We specifically designed this mask for athletes and for all of us who want to exercise and train while also keeping ourselves, and those around us, safe.
- Patrik Frisk, CEO of Under Armour

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Football wide receiver Deonte Harris runs through drills to get ready for the upcoming season

Stretchy ear loops and side panels offer a more comfortable and custom-like fit across four size offerings: SM/MD, MD/LG, LG/XL, XL/XXL. Additional colors of the mask will release this summer and fall, alongside Under Armour retail releases in countries worldwide. As Under Armour receives customer feedback on the UA SPORTSMASK, it will be incorporated into future iterations of the mask.

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Source: Under Armour official website


All non-customized and stock goods in "like-new" condition may be returned for a full refund within 30 days of purchase. A valid return authorization (RA) number must be obtained prior to the return and should not be used. No restocking fee on Stock Products. Returns/Exchanges on special ordered items are subject to a 15% restocking charge. (Some apparel items may have a restocking charge as high as 20%). Both exchanges and returns are dealt in similar manner.

Customized products such as apparel, promotional and some sporting goods items are NOT returnable. In the event that a returned item has any packaging, parts, manuals, warranty documents or any other items missing, the return may be refused or we may deduct a whole or part of the value of the order. We reserve the rights to refuse a return if the product is found to be used and not in "like new condition".

Initial cost of shipping is not refundable. Customer is responsible for the shipping charges to send the goods back. All shortages or damaged goods must be reported within 72 hours.

Shipping Charges: Please note that due to the nature of the products we ship, the Freight charges that are initially applied to your orders with large and heavy items are only estimated. An email will be sent to you following your order being processed with the correct amount of Freight. (All charges are based on the weight and the size of the product and the destination it is going to.)

US Customers: Please note that some orders (over $200 total) that are shipped to the USA from Canada will have a brokerage fee applied by the freight company (i.e. UPS) to handle customs processing. Also, some items will have duty added. We will notify you by email prior to shipping your order of these extra shipping charges. Certain free shipped items may exclude Alaska and Hawaii of the offer.

Note: Not all items can be shipped to the USA. We do not ship most apparel items to the US due to contractual agreements.


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