The new The Rock x Under Armour collection is built to support your effort for the gains while keeping you looking fresh.
Inspired by Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s heritage, the collection emphasizes messages of strength, determination and harnessing one’s Mana.
These days we can’t help but smell what The Rock is cooking. The wrestling-star-turned-actor’s career has steadily gained steam, with leading roles in popular movies and tv shows. On top of that, he actively does his part for society and is an overall great human being. Through everything he does, he preaches a message of endless determination and a tireless work ethic.
That message carries into his latest range with Under Armour. The new The Rock Collection is a range of training gear bearing his signature bull logo and motivational messages like “Same Game Different Levels”, “Earn It” and “Hardest Worker In The Room”.
The range also includes more understated pieces in clean colours like grey and black, with just the simple bull logo on them.
Beyond looking good, the apparel collection boasts some of Under Armour’s latest tech. This includes Charged Cotton, which provides the comfort of cotton but dries much faster, and a special 60/40 blend of cotton and polyester that keeps you comfortable all day. These pieces are also designed for maximum mobility, which means larger armholes for a wider range of movement and mesh panels to enable shirts to stretch.
On the sneaker end, there is the Under Armour Project Rock 2 Training shoe. The sneaker uses Under Armour’s Hovr cushioning technology, which is incredibly comfortable and has good impact absorption. To make the shoes stable for weight lifting, the outsoles come fortified with UA Tribase. This helps promote natural movement and downward movements, which are good for some CrossFit action too. The uppers come in a quick drying soft knit bootie form with 3D printed midfoot panels for good lockdown.
For all your workout needs, check out the full collection at Underarmour.com.sg.
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