Everything In Under Armour's Sale Section Is An Extra 30%, So Get Moving

BuzzFeed 2 weeks ago

Calling all activewear and athleisure heads: Starting today and running through Nov 28, Under Armour is offering 30% off their *already* marked-down outlet items. I'm not well.


See that red price on your item listing? If it's over $50 that means it qualifies for *another* discount with the code TURKEY30 at checkout. Oh — and did I mention shipping is free? Well, I did now! Get to shopping folks.

All the prices you see below reflect the final price after the discount code has been added.

An ultra-soft, sherpa-fabric jacket with a relaxed fit and protection from the rain for maximal versatility.

Promising review: I love this! It is so soft. I buy a lot of Patagonia sweaters for trekking, skiing, etc., and these are very comparable but way softer! Super cute as well." —NicoleS13

Price: $42 (originally $85; available in XS-XL and in three colors)

A ski and snowboard long-sleeve shirt you'll want to wear when you're hitting the hay — not just the slopes.

Promising review: I purchased this jacket for those days that are too cool to go without a jacket but not so cold you need to break out the winter gear. This jacket is very lightweight and has a very soft fleece interior. I normally wear a medium in UA gear but the medium was very snug in the arms and shoulders. I would not be able to wear heavier clothes under medium as the temp drops. I ordered a large and that size will work perfect for what I am looking to do with this jacket. If you want a great looking warm cool weather jacket this is a great choice. My advice is order a size up if you plan to wear anything besides a t-shirt under this jacket and you will be very happy." —MD13

Price: $47.25 (originally $90; available in S-XXXL and in four colors)

A pair of lightweight and super-breathable men's running shoes for superior traction on the slipperiest winter days.

Promising review: "This shoe is good quality and very comfortable to wear. I have a hard time finding shoes that are comfortable. Most brands are not wide enough and very tight when you try them on. This shoe felt right from the first time I put it on, no 'breaking in' needed." —bejayk

Price: $37.09 (originally $70; available in men's 8-13)

A pair of women's running shoes with a ¾ length bootie construction so you get a more secure and cozy fit when you're breaking a sweat.

Promising review: "Comfortable and affordable. Found what I needed that would prevent my feet from hurting after standing all day." —Knorwood01

Price: $39.89 (originally $75; available in women's 5-12)

High-rise leggings in a lightweight four-way stretch construction so you get better movement (in every direction!).

Promising review: "I love these leggings! I now own four pairs of them. They are the perfect high-rise height. They hold in the tummy a bit, no sliding, down or folding over. Not see-through but also not too thick so you don’t get too hot. Holding up very well, no signs or wear. I hope Under Armour never gets rid of these." —Z156

Price: $37.10 (originally $59.99; available in XS-XL and in three colors)

A heathered fleece zip-up with "UA Storm technology" — which means it'll repel water while still giving you optimal breathability.

Promising review: "Jacket keeps you warm and is flexible enough to allow full movement." —Dyls

Price: $38.50 (originally $69.99; available in S, M, and XL and in two colors)

A quilted zip-up jacket with high-loft sherpa fleece inside to get the best of both worlds (those worlds being warm and stretchy).

Price: $57.75 (originally $110; available in S and M)

A 100% waterproof hiking jacket with full mesh lining so you can hit the trails without fear of the elements.

Promising review: "I have been struggling finding a nice rain jacket that will actually keep me dry. Tried out this one and I am very satisfied. Would definitely recommend. Worked well for those colder and wetter days, but also for the days that weren't as hot. Seems to regulate my temperature very well." —dlambo

Price: $49.70 (originally $90; available in S-XXXL)

A pair of French terry joggers with a tapered leg and super-fast sweat-wicking properties you'll want to leave on until death do you part.

Promising review: "I love the fabric these are made out of, very soft inside lining. They're good both in and out of the gym!" —King705

Price: $39.20 (originally $64.99; available in S-XXL and in three colors)

A dual-layer, sweater-knit fleece that'll trap heat and keep you nice and cozy when your heat inexplicably stops working in your apartment.

Promising review: "I bought this to run in. In terms of fit, it was true to size — fitted but not compression. I love UA for running gear — everything stays in place instead of riding up." —dmn725

Price: $42 (originally $80; available in XS-XL and in four colors)

A set of "recover" ultra-comfort sleepwear — it's made with mineral-lined fabric which'll help restore your muscles faster. (Plus it has four-way stretch and great sweat-wicking.)

Promising review: "I had to buy these, as someone I know compared them to paying for a cycle of gear. The recovery and reduction to swelling is amazing. I liked it SO much, I bought a second set for when the first is in the laundry." —Faithless

Price: $49.66 (originally $99.99; available in S-XXXL and in three colors)

A pair of straight-leg, lightweight fleece sweats you'll be able to wear to the gym *or* just while you lounge around your home eating snacks.

Promising review: "Best pair of sweats I've ever worn. I plan on purchasing the same ones in different colors." —Sarge93

Price: $37.99 (originally $49.99; available in S-XXXL and in four colors)

A microthread fleece full zip with a relaxed fit and minimalist detailing that'll probably make you feel relaxed just looking at it.

Promising review: "Love this sweatshirt. I wear it to the gym in the morning. You’ll love it too!!!" —JAGST

Price: $38.99 (originally $54.99; available in XS-XXL and in three colors)

A full-zip fleece with a scuba neck construction and raglan sleeves for the person who likes to feel cozy but not weighed down.

Promising review: "I wear this on the chilly mornings on my way to work. It’s just the right weight for this weather. I love the feel of this sweatshirt. The zipper goes up higher on the neck than other sweatshirts so when it’s windy it covers you up to your neck with or without the hood up. The sting on the hood stays tied when you tie it." —Cruizegal

Price: $41.99 (originally $54.99; available in XS-XL and in three colors)

A cotton-blend fleece crew for the perfect, effortless athleisure look.

Promising review: "Great buy. Fit is good. Material is great. Could wear in normal environment or workout in gym with it on. Have most of the colors and also the hoodies." —Eddies

Price: $30 (originally $40; available in S-XXXL and in six colors)

A pair of second-skin compression leggings with strategic ventilation and fast-drying material that'll really save your butt on a jog — probably literally.

Promising review: "I picked these up before a camping trip to help keep warm in some frigid temps. They did the job perfectly and are actually extremely comfortable. I recently also started wearing these under my gym shorts for workouts in colder weather. This is quite possibly the best use for these. If you have never tried compression leggings for workouts, I highly recommend to give it a shot. My favorite is leg day with these on." —GymC

Price: $42.99 (originally $49.99; available in S-XXXXL (regular or tall) and in two colors)

A set of "recover" ultra-comfort sleepwear to give those muscles a break after a brutal workout.

Promising review: "The most comfortable recovery wear you'll ever have. Would highly recommend. I buy for my family every year for Christmas — they love this line so much." —Inityoub

Price: $48.99 (originally $65; available in XS-XL and in two colors)

A performance-fleece half-zip if you like a good stretch.

Promising review: "Bought this for tennis in cool weather here in Colorado. Love the design and look of this sweatshirt, and it's made of a thermal material that keeps me warm and feels great." —rodstaysgreen

Price: $41.25 (originally $55; available in S-XXXL and in 12 colors)

A pack of socks with "anti-odor technology" — meaning these help prevent the growth of odor-causing microbes — so you don't have to feel self-conscious about foul foot stench after an otherwise empowering workout.

Promising review: "I'm hard on socks and these socks hold up well and help keep my feet cool. They are no joke, so look no further." —HARDASNAILS

Price: $13.99 (originally $17 for a 3-pack; available in M-XL)

A cross-back sports bra that'll give you a "locked-in" feel while giving you soft and breathable coverage.

Promising review: "I am a fan of the Crossback Sports Bra and the newest is simply amazing. The heatgear fabric is so smooth and soft to touch. UA has double layered the fabric and since it's heatgear fabric the sweat and perspiration just wicks away. Enabling you to feel fresh and dry." —Sundown31

Price: $26.99 (originally $35; available in XS-XL and in two colors)

A fitted mock with dual-layer fabric and a super warm (fast-drying) exterior so you can look put-together even after getting caught in the rain.

Promising review: "Great quality and comfortable mock. This mocks keeps me warm love it." —Mel10

Price: $21.99 (originally $44.99; available in S-XXXL and in two colors)

A set of no-show socks that'll actually keep your feet dry during a workout.

Promising review: "Socks are extremely comfortable and last longer than most. If you are a size 12 you may prefer to go up to the XL" —Paskyle

Price: $12.99 (originally $15; available in M-XL and in two colors)

A long-sleeve and lightweight shirt for great movement and breathability.

Promising review: "Great shirt for workouts. Wicks away moisture and sweat well. Fits true to size." —Ralph2660

Price: $22.99 (originally S-XXL; available in S-XXL and in two colors)

A stretchy, relaxed-fit fleece that won't make you feel like you have too much bulk keeping you warm.

Promising review: "I love my new sweatshirt. It's warm, comfortable, and looks pulled together, not sloppy." —HighHeeledOne

Price: $41.24 (originally $54.99; available in XS-XXXL [regular or tall] and in 10 colors)

And a water-repelling backpack with a convenient laptop sleeve that'll make this a versatile office or gym bag.

Promising review: "Now this is a great looking backpack. My set of identical twins received this backpack as a gift and love its style, comfort, and function. I definitely would recommend this backpack for your active and rugged young man!" —Fisher5

Price: $21.99 (originally $44.99; available in two colors)

And that's that on that! Add those outlet items to your cart and watch the discounts on $50+ items roll in with code TURKEY30. I'm hurling this electric blanket in the trash and getting absolutely JACKED at the gym.

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