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By now, you know anyone that has mastered the art of working out in a face mask does so with Under Armour’s 2020 hit, the Sportsmask breathable face mask. Our editors have tested countless options and it’s without a doubt one of the best performance masks on the market. But UA didn’t stop there. The brand has taken their popular face mask one step further with a new kind of face covering. Enter: the ColdGear SPORTSMASK Mock Long Sleeve. It combines two of the brand’s most popular products (as of lately) to bring you a warmer, more efficient piece of technical activewear that also follows CDC guidelines.
The ColdGear SPORTSMASK Mock Long Sleeve combines our favorite face mask with their iconic Iso-Chill fabric that has kept you warm during the coldest months of the year. (If you own an Under Armour base layer, you know exactly what we’re talking about.) Even when masks aren’t “mandatory” anymore *fingers crossed*, it remains an added layer for warmth and protection.
The “mask mock neck” features stretchy hidden loops that keep the covering over your face and nose, but without pulling on your ears too hard. There’s nothing worse than continuously adjusting your face covering during a training session, especially when you’re focused on reaching a new PR. It has a 3-layer system made up of a V-shaped structured fabric that holds the mask away from your mouth, an open cell foam that allows air to pass while wicking sweat and the UA ISO-CHILL we all know and love to keep you warm. The stretchy fabric is cool to the touch and topped with an anti-microbial treatment to keep you clean, warm and dry.
Gone are the days of forgetting your mask at home. This built-in system brings on the best way to work out outside this winter. Whether you’re shoveling snow, skiing the backcountry or training for a marathon this winter, workout out in freezing temps never looked (and felt) so good. Add this to your cart before it sells out!
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