Under Armour’s latest Unstoppable /MOVE collection focuses on apparel that breathe and lives with the body. Thus, the garments in this FW18 collection feature fabric with horizontal and vertical fibers that create air pockets to trap warmth without losing breathability.
The knitted fabrics that make up the Unstoppable /MOVE collection are stretchy, sweat-wicking, and quick-drying to create insulated garments that are breathable. Constructed from four-way stretch fabric, these latest Under Armour apparel pieces should offer good mobility for performance while being stylish. The pieces are designed to keep wearers cool when they’re moving and warm when they’re not.
For the Unstoppable /MOVE collection Under Armour modernized the traditional men’s hoodie with ergonomic seaming across the chest, hidden zipper hand pockets, and the four-panel snorkel to keep the hood in place. The women’s hoodie features a new elevated neck collar to provide extra protection and warmth.
The collection is headlined by Natasha Hastings, an Olympic gold medalist who won the women’s 4×400 meter relay at the 2008 Summer Olympics, and Trent Alexander-Arnold, an English pro footballer who plays for Liverpool F.C. (we interviewed Natasha in 2015).
The UA Unstoppable /MOVE collection includes men’s, women’s, boy’s, and girl’s hoodies, jackets, and joggers ranging from $60 to $120. The collection is available now at UnderArmour.com. It is a continuation of last year’s Unstoppable Collection that highlighted technical fabrics like GORE-TEX and knits.
Source: Under Armour