IT’S MARCH, which means many of us have begun to see the first signs of spring. The days are longer, the birds are chirping, the flowers are blooming, and our winter uniforms of cozy but worn-out sweats and athleisure are begging to be retired for the new season. So if you’re searching for new gear, you’re in luck. Right now, Under Armour’s UA Outlet is offering up to 50% off outlet items plus an extra 30% off with code SPRING30 until March 27.
The sale includes a wide range of their best-selling and new items, including compression pants, running shorts, baseball and golf shoes, backpacks, t-shirts, zip-ups, and more. While the outlet is featuring plenty of amazing end-of-season deals on cold-weather fitness gear to help you prepare to stay warm and save big bucks ahead of next winter, there’s no shortage of spring and summer apparel on sale either. And with these discounts, you can fully refresh your gym wardrobe for the warmer weather without breaking the bank.
UA Outlet Sale March 2023
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Plus the convenience of shopping these UA Outlet deals from the comfort of your home makes it hard to go wrong. Your order of over $99 will ship for free within the U.S., and if it’s not just right, don’t worry. Free returns, too.
From its best-selling Tech Polo to statement cargo pants, Under Armour has everything you need to stock up on comfortable and stylish spring essentials. We’ve sifted through the brand’s extensive online catalog to bring you a list of deals we don’t want you to miss, each at a significant markdown. Take a look before the sale ends. You don’t want to miss out.
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Fitness and Commerce Editor
Talene Appleton is the Fitness and Commerce Editor at Men’s Health, where she covers fitness, nutrition, health, and wellness. She was previously the Associate Editor of General Surgery News, and a nutrition writer for The Food Institute. Talene is a retired professional dancer, and loves to spend her free time cooking elaborate meals for her friends and family.
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