Cavinder Twins


The Three-Year Partnership Marks the Sisters’ First Exclusive Apparel and Footwear Deal

Under Armour announced today that it has signed University of Miami Point Guard Haley Cavinder and Guard Hanna Cavinder to a multi-year partnership, marking the first exclusive apparel and footwear deal for the twins. 

“We’re thrilled to have Haley and Hanna officially join the Under Armour team. They are tremendous athletes who bring a fresh and exciting energy to everything they do, whether that’s on or off the court. They embody our muse, the Varsity Athlete, which is a new generation of 16–24-year-old competitors who are committed to becoming a better version of themselves. Their input will help provide a fresh perspective as we continue to invest in sportswear, marrying the innovation that Under Armour is known for with a new, fashion-forward approach.”

Sean Eggert

SVP of Global Sports Marketing at Under Armour

Cavinder Twins
Cavinder Twins

As the newest brand ambassadors, Haley and Hanna will help Under Armour remain committed to the goal of developing best in class women’s products by testing out new gear and providing input on design, as well as appearing in branded content that highlights their leadership in basketball and their style off the court. 

“We’ve been fans of Under Armour for as long as I can remember. From the moment we met with the team, we felt like a part of their family. They really understand the needs of athletes, and I’m excited to see how they merge their legacy in performance wear with streetstyle.”

Hanna Cavinder

“This is a really exciting opportunity for us to take on together, especially as we enter our last year of collegiate eligibility at the University of Miami. All eyes are on women’s basketball right now, and having the support of Under Armour as we take on our final season feels like a dream.”

Haley Cavinder

This partnership underscores Under Armour’s mission to champion and support female athletes at every level while working with them to provide the best products possible to help them perform their best.