Now with Gore-Tex for 100% waterproof protection
Can these four options help make your golf that bit more enjoyable?
The best new threads to keep you performing whilst looking smart
Vanish Drive and Iso-Chill keeps you cool as your game heats up...
Under Armour aim to offer golfers with 18 hole comfort whilst retaining power generation from the ground up.
All the gear on show at Bethpage Black
Follow along here as we keep you updated with all the gear on show at Augusta
Good enough for Jordan, but are the Spieth 3's good enough for you?
HOVR cushioning for a soft yet powerful feeling out on the course
Everything you might've missed from the equipment world in February.
Focus on traction to help you get a grip of your game
Warmth without adding weight the focus for Under Armour
Lighter sole unit with smart weave heel improves style & stability.
TPU fibres directly woven into upper for greater stability.
Royal Birkdale inspired clothing and what the players will wear.
What Dustin, Jordan & co will be sporting at Augusta.
We look over Jordan's shoe to see if it is the chosen One.
How do you design a shoe for Jordan Speith? We ask UA's Forsey.
Jordan's first signature shoe concentrates on detail.
Three levels of Storm rating help you conquer the elements.
Under Armour was formed in 1996 when a 23-year-old former University American Football player Kevin Plank realised there must be a better clothing solution to the cotton T-shirts that became sweat soaked day after day in practice.
Plank researched the benefits of synthetic fibres which led to the Under Armour HeatGear T-Shirt. This used moisture-wicking performance fibres to keep athletes cool and dry in even the hottest conditions.
Under Armour moved into golf after providing polo shirts made from this material for University football coaches, who ended up telling the company that they played golf in them all the time. The company recognised a potential new market and moved into the sport.
Since then they have made a range of golf specific products, including base or compression layers, shirts, trousers, outerwear and golf shoes. They now sponsor a number of high profile players, most notably Jordan Spieth.