In demanding and physical job settings, performance clothing can be the difference between comfort and pain. The right work wear takes your elements into consideration, and guards you from harsh winds, high heats and more. When you've considered many brands and want to make sure your workers' safety and well-being is the top priority, Under Armour is a fantastic choice.
We've partnered with Under Armour to provide best-in-class work wear, no matter the temperature outside.
Here's how to choose between HeatGear vs. ColdGear for your teams:
Under Armour HeatGear Vs. ColdGear
While this daily work clothing is not Hi Vis and not yet available in FR (Flame Resistant), Under Armour's leading clothing technology offers many advantages for teams in construction, warehousing, transportation and even manufacturing.
What Is HeatGear?
When you need to wick away sweat and stay cool while still wearing work-appropriate clothing, Under Armour's HeatGear is the right choice. This line of cooling clothing uses technology like CoolSwitch (an interior "crystal" pattern to pull heat away from your skin) or UA ColdBlack® to provide the ultimate hot-weather comfort. The latter also gives you all-day UPF protection.
What Is ColdGear?
Under Armour's ColdGear is a lightweight, insulated layering technology that keeps you warm and dry in bitter conditions. There are a few different lines, including Infrared which uses thermo-conductive material to absorb and retain your own body heat. Also called "second skin," UA ColdGear Armour is brushed on the inside and smooth on the outside, as a lightweight layer. UA Fleece is soft and durable, and Primaloft® Insulation is a lightweight, synthetic insulation layer.
Why the Most Prepared Safety Teams Choose Under Armour for Employees
If you're in the market for better safety work wear for your employees that won't break the bank, Under Armour is a popular choice for clear reasons. Not only is it functional and follows through on its warming or cooling promises, but your teams will love the fashionable styles the brand is known for.
You won't struggle to convince them of the benefits of the notable Under Armour brand, and you'll be helping reduce critical (and costly) safety risks in the process:
- Prevent hypothermia, frostbite, trench foot and chilblains in cold conditions
- Reduce cold stress for outdoor, cold storage and food processing teams
- Fight against heat exhaustion and heat stroke in rising temperatures
When to Wear Under Armour HeatGear:
Reach for your HeatGear when the work environment temperature is between 75 degrees and 100 degrees. The strategic ventilation and moisture-wicking fabric will make sure you feel cool and are flexible to move better all day long.
When to Wear Under Armour ColdGear:
Step into your ColdGear when the thermometer in your work location reads between 0 degrees and 55 degrees. It's perfect for any environment where you want heat-retaining, superior warmth without weighing you down.
How to Get Discounted Under Armour for Your Team
Our partnership means ORR Safety is the exclusive distributor of Under Armour products to the industrial safety market. Your workers can get innovative, field-proven gear with significant discounts on retail pricing when you partner with ORR Safety as your vendor.
Take the Next Steps
Explore our free Under Armour e-Catalog here to see the full product line of men's and women's:
- Base layers
- Button shirts
- Polo shirts
- Hats and caps