In the 1990s, a football player at the University of Maryland named Kevin Plank developed the very first moisture-wicking T-shirt. The massive demand for this unique apparel resulted in Plank founding Under Armour. The moisture-wicking T-shirt not only spawned the launch of the company, it also forever redefined the way athletes and elite operators gear up. Driven by Plank's desire to outfit our country's military professionals and law enforcement officers with ultra-innovative gear, Under Armour designs and develops a large selection of tactical clothing, equipment and footwear.
Reviewer: Jfj | Baltimore
I love this shirt. Some guys I know told me they wanted one.
AR 670-1 Compliant?
Reviewer: Chaz P | Killeen
How are these AR 670-1 Compliant when they state they are made of suede? Prove to me they are made of leather or take off the AR 670-1 complaint tag. Thats alot of money for soldiers to pay to not be able to wear.
Chaz, we have confirmed with Under Armour that the suede leather used to construct these boots do meet regulations, and these boots are AR 670-1 compliant. If you have more questions, our Customer Relations team would be happy to help!
UA Alegent boots
Reviewer: Nick | Las vegas
Very comfy, just not a fan of the lather pint look. Little cheap looking.