Users' questions

What does Under Armour stand for?

What does Under Armour stand for?

Under Armour stands for relentlessly overcoming obstacles and becoming winners on the field. The brand essence revolves around being the underdog, being hungry, competing against the best – and winning.

What does an Under Armour do?

Under Armour, Inc. is an American sports equipment company that manufactures footwear, sports and casual apparel.

What is the history of Under Armour?

Under Armour was founded in 1996 by Kevin Plank, a then 23-year-old former special teams captain of the University of Maryland football team. Plank initially began the business from his grandmother’s basement in Washington, D.C.

What does Under Armour symbol mean?

Under Armour has attached a meaning to their logo. Much like the Rolex crown is a symbol of wealth and luxury, the Under Armour logo is a symbol of speed, strength, and athleticism. People are proud to wear clothing that displays the Under Armour logo because they see it as a message about their own lifestyle and interests.

What is Under Armour Class C?

Under Armour distributes class C shares. Under Armour ( NYSE :UA) class C shares begin trading today after the non-voting stock was distributed to shareholders of record. The distribution of the class C stock effectively acts as a two-for-one stock split on UA with share price now halved. The class C shares will trade under the symbol UA.C.

What is under armor clothing line?

ColdGear Uses. ColdGear is a new type of Under Armour clothing that is specifically designed for use in temperatures at or below 55 F. ColdGear is designed with a double-sided fabric that keeps moisture off the skin and helps to keep heat inside it.

What is Under Armour Tech?

Under Armour® Tech fabric is ultra-smooth and soft for unrivaled comfort and a natural feel as you train. Sewn-in flatlock seams prevent uncomfortable chafing, bunching and irritation. Each UA Tech tee is treated with the brand’s Anti-Odor technology to prevent the growth of odor-causing microbes.