KNOW YOUR TECH breaks down the scientific technology used in your favorite sneakers and activewear. Let’s demystify your next purchase: today’s technology is Under Armour ColdGear. Ideal for low temperatures, Under Armour ColdGear technology is used on the brand's compression, thermal, and fleece apparel. Whether you're golfing, running, training, or even hunting, Under Armour has got you covered this winter with ColdGear.

What is it? Under Armour ColdGear makes use of a double-layer fabric which helps to wick moisture away from the wearer's skin and circulate body heat. The lightweight construction allows for high levels of warmth without added bulk that can slow you down.

How does it work? Ideal for conditions between 55 degrees Fahrenheit and below, Under Armour ColdGear helps to keep athletes warm and comfortable so that they can stay outside and continue activity for longer durations. By insulating the wearer and circulating body heat, Under Armour ColdGear ensures that the frigid bite of winter won't get in the way of your fitness.

Notable products: Under Armour ColdGear Long Sleeve Compression Mock, Under Armour Gameday ColdGear Compression Mock, Under Armour Fleece Storm Pattern Big Logo Hoodie

Bottom line: There's no getting around the fact that cold temperatures are on their way, but technology like Under Armour ColdGear will help keep you motivated to stay outside.

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