School is in session and winter will soon be nipping at our toes, which means kids need to be prepared with the best outerwear to combat any element and look the part.
Under Armour is launching its most expansive Youth outerwear collection this fall/winter, offering more than 40 styles. Designed with kids, for kids, the line offers a variety of comfortable, durable and performance-driven styles for children ranging in sizes Toddler to Youth XL.
While developing the collection, designers asked for feedback from young athletes in order to better understand the performance needs of their outerwear. The result? A collection of jackets that will keep kids warm in every environment and at the top of their game.
This youth outerwear collection is Under Armour’s most technically advanced, with jackets that are lightweight yet warm, and include key feature benefits such as multi-function pockets and stretch for mobility. Every piece in this outerwear collection holds up to the innovation and technology athletes expect from Under Armour. Key technologies include UA Coldgear to keep kids warm, dry and light; UA Storm to repel water without sacrificing breathability; and the UA UGrow System to allow sleeves to extend an extra two inches so the jacket can last more than one season as kids' bodies are growing.
Under Armour turned to a crew of up-and-coming young athletes to help introduce the collection, including: football standout Bunchie Young; figure skater Audrey Shin; free-skier Troy Podmilsak; soccer star Chloe Shimkin; International Youth Boxing Champion Jesse Mehler; and nationally-ranked twin snowboarders, Devin and Barrett Hendrix.
The new Youth outerwear ranges from $55 - $155 USD and will be available at Under Armour Brand Houses across the US, China and Canada, and at UA.com, UA.cn (China), and UA.ca (Canada) beginning September 2018.