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Best Under Armour Winter Apparel

Best Under Armour Winter Apparel

The best of the best! We roundup the Best Under Armour Winter Apparel of 2023

 

The challenge of winter golf isn’t just about navigating icy greens and frosty fairways; it’s also about staying warm and dry without sacrificing mobility. Under Armour, a brand renowned for its high-performance sportswear, rises to the occasion with a winter apparel line that is both technologically advanced and incredibly functional. Utilizing state-of-the-art fabric technologies like ColdGear® and Storm, Under Armour’s winter collection is specifically designed to meet the needs of golfers braving the elements.

From water-repellent jackets to thermal leggings, Under Armour has you covered from head to toe. In this guide, we’ll dive into some of the best winter apparel options from Under Armour, designed to keep you comfortable, agile, and focused—even when the weather is anything but cooperative.

Best Under Armour Winter Apparel


Best Under Armour Men’s Winter Apparel

Under Armour Stormproof 3.0 Jacket

4 star review

RRP £130

Firstly, the Under Armour Stormproof 3.0 jacket looks great and performs great, two main keys when looking for a waterproof jacket. I much prefer the colour option I have to the “traditional” all black look. 

The breathable 2.5-layer bonded fabric offers 100% waterproofness in those particular lasting storms without sacrificing any breathability. 

I’m a big fan of the adjustable wrist strap and being able to tighten the waterproof up around your lower arm area, particularly being someone who prefers the end of their jacket arms away from their glove. 

My only personal drawback to this was that, as much as it helps keep you dry, I didn’t like the feel of the interior lining when not layered up. However, during the winter months, this wouldn’t be an issue if you’re wearing a jacket over your polo shirt. 

Pros: 

  • Colour much better than traditional black waterproof 
  • Keeps you dry 
  • Great fit 
  • Adjustable wrist straps 

Cons: 

  • Wasn’t too keen on interior feel without an extra layer on. 

Sizes: S, M, L, XL, XXL 
Colours: Downpour Grey/Harbour Blue/Wasp Yellow 

Under Armour Drive Rain Pants

4.5 star review

RRP £105

The Under Armour Drive Rain Pants are a great option if you’re looking for your next pair of waterproof trousers. 

There main objective is to keep you dry, and they precisely do just that thanks to Storm technology, but the durable, smooth exterior offers a lightweight feel. 

Practically, they perform exactly as your regular waterproof trousers with two zipped hand pockets and a reverse back pocket. 

The waterproof trousers contain two adjustable straps around the waist which is great considering most waterproofs can often be on the larger side. The bottom of the legs also contain zips and a two-button setting. 

My only personal drawback to this was that, as much as it helps keep you dry, I didn’t like the feel of the interior lining when not layered up. However, during the winter months, this wouldn’t be an issue if you’re wearing another pair of trousers underneath your waterproof ones. 

Pros: 

  • Keeps you dry 
  • Great fit 
  • Adjustable straps 

Cons: 

  • Wasn’t too keen on interior feel without an extra layer on. 

Sizes: S, M, L, XL, XXL 
Colours: Black/Pitch Grey 

Under Armour Cold Gear Fitted Mock

5 star review

RRP £49.99

Who doesn’t love a baselayer? The practicality of a good baselayer prevents you from having to add multiple layers while out on the golf course and, therefore, keep the freedom in your swing during the colder periods. 

The Under Armour Cold Gear Fitted Mock is exactly the baselayer to add to your wardrobe this winter. Their four-way stretch material allows for a better range of motion and to move in every direction while its comfortable feel and Cold Gear technology will enhance your winter golfing experience.  

Having worn this baselayer on numerous occasions, it’s fair to say that the above comes into reality. The baselayer fits to size exceptionally and doesn’t get in the way or restrict your movement, as some baselayers can often do, and it hits the main target of keeping you warm yet comfortable and not making you feel clammy due to its great breathability. 

Pros: 

  • Keeps you warm 
  • Comfortable 
  • Great fit 
  • Classic look 

Cons: 

  • None

Sizes: XS, S, M, L, XL, XXL, XXXL 

Colours: White/Black, Black/White, Charcoal Light Heather/Black, Marine OD Green/Black, Midnight Navy/White 

Under Armour Storm Fleece Gaiter

4.5 star review

RRP £31

I often find with gaiters is that some can offer extreme warmth but often restrict your breathing or create a clammy feeling when you need to pull it over the lower half of your face. 

This isn’t the case with the Under Armour Storm Fellece Gaiter as the soft fleece interior is incredible for keeping your neck, and the tip of your nose warm while offering great breathability, should you opt to pull it over the lower half of your face. 

And, if you encounter any rain, the exterior uses Under Armour’s storm technology which helps repel water during those light showers. 

The adjustable strap makes for a great fitting and the lower half perfectly tucks into the neck of your golf polo shirt and doesn’t feel like it gets in the way, as they so often can. 

Perfect to wear on the course, while you’re grinding it out on the range, or even away from the course on those frosty days during the winter. 

Pros: 

  • Adjustable strap 
  • Great size 
  • Warm interior  

Cons: 

  •  None

Sizes: One size fits all 
Colours: Black Jet/Pitch Grey 

Under Armour Storm Windstrike 1/2 zip

4.5 star review

RRP £75

Under Armour say that the Storm Windstrike ½ zip is designed for those people who don’t head to the clubhouse when the weather gets tough out on the course, and you can see why. 

The jacket is lightweight but packs a punch, offering you protection from the elements using windproof materials to shield you while using Storm technology to repel water during those showers. 

Despite being relatively thin, the jacket offers great warmth with a soft interior material which also creates a comfortable feel. One small feature that I did enjoy was the interior of the collar had a soft fleece feel which aided the jacket’s warmth and comfort when fully zipped. 

During the winter months you’re forever trying to pack your bag ready for all scenarios and the lightweight jacket means that it’s easy to store, ready for when the weather does indeed take a turn for the worst. 

Pros: 

  • Great fit 
  • Lightweight 
  • Feels great 
  • Good design 

Cons: 

  • No pockets 

Sizes: S, M, L, XL, XXL 
Colours: Black –Downpour/Grey-Blizzard 

Under Armour Storm Midlayer 1/2 zip

4.5 star review

RRP £65

My first impression of the Under Armour Storm Midlayer was that it would be the perfect addition to my autumn apparel collection, both with the colour option and the soft, yet warm feel of the midlayer’s fabric. 

The fabric is slightly thicker than that of a midlayer you’d typically wear during the summer months, when there is a slight chill in the air, which is thanks to Under Armour’s mid-weight Cold Gear technology which helps generate a soft, brushed interior and a smooth, fast-drying exterior. 

It can also withstand in the light rain due to Under Armour’s fluorine-free water repellent treatment while the ½ zip design, makes it easy and offers room for to layer up if needed or easily take the midlater on and off. 

This is certainly a piece of clothing I envisage getting a lot of use out of throughout autumn and next spring. 

Pros: 

  • Clean design 
  • Very comfortable 
  • Great fit 

Cons: 

  •  None

Sizes: S, M, L, XL, XXL 
Colours: Grove Green/Midnight Navy/Venom Red 

Under Armour Storm Session Golf Vest

4.5 star review

RRP £100

A gilet is a must-have item throughout the colder months, whether you wear one on the course or off it, so if you can find one tat ticks both boxes then you’re on to a winner. 

The Under Armour Storm Session Golf Vest combines comfort, style and warmth to give you the ultimate gilet for the winter months ahead. 

With the help of strategic synthetic insulation creates a warm, comfortable feel without feeling over bulky around your upper body. 

The full-zip design allows for great practicality, particularly in winter when you are forever adding or removing layers and the fit of the gilet is great, but not too tight to prevent you from being unable to add layers underneath it. 

I would personally say that the only downside to the Storm Session Golf Vest is its price, especially when you can pick up one of Under Armour’s SweaterFleece’s or similar jackets for a similar price or less. 

Pros: 

  • Nice design 
  • Warm 
  • Lightweight 

Cons: 

  • Pricey 

Sizes: S-XXL 
Colours: Midnight Navy/Pitch Grey 

Under Armour Storm Revo Jacket

4.5 star review

RRP £95

Powered by an innovative insulation technology that is 33% lighter and 74% warmer, the Under Armour Storm Revo Jacket offers a simplistic, yet great styling for a winter golf jacket. 

The 8-fin cross-section fibre creates great warmth which is thanks to the durable stretch-woven outer fabric and soft fleece lining. All this without adding too much weight, which can often happen with a bigger winter jacket where you feel the inability to swing. 

Practically, the Storm Revo Jacket fits great to size and is comfortable, offering a great range of movement while out on the course and one of the features I mainly like is the ribbed sleeve cuffs prevent the sleeves from rolling down and interfering with your glove. Two zipped hand pockets and one zipped chest pocket come in handy if you’re trying to shield items from the elements. 

All of this while using Under Armour’s Storm Technology to repel water in those light showers. Overall, a great jacket to have this winter and one I’m certainly looking forward to wrapping up in out on the course. 

Pros: 

  • Great fit 
  • Comfortable 
  • Offers good warmth 
  • Sleeve cuffs stop jacket from rolling down to hand 

Cons: 

  •  None

Sizes: S, M, L, XL, XXL, XXXL 
Colour: Downpour Grey/White 

Under Armour Storm SweaterFleece 1/2 zip

4.5 star review

RRP £65

If you’re someone like me who prefers to layer up, often far too much, during the colder months, the Under Armour Storm SweaterFleece is a must-have in your golf collection. 

The SweaterFleece fabric offers a cosy feel with its soft, brushed interior which also creates great warmth. 

Water repellent thanks to Under Armour’s Storm Technology, you can be sure to count on on the Storm SweaterFleece during light showers on event snow. 

A feature that I’ve enjoyed on a lot of Under Armour’s winter clothing is their ribbed sleeve cuffs which prevent the sleeves from rolling down and interfering with your glove or hand. 

The half-zip allows makes it easy to get the Storm SweaterFleece on and off and layer up during the extra cold winter periods. 

The chest pocket is a great feature to keep your phone hidden from the winter elements. However, it would have been great to have hand pockets like its hooded counterpart. 

Pros: 

  • Great fit 
  • Extremely warm 
  • Comfortable 
  • Water-resistant 

Cons: 

  • No hand pockets 

Sizes: S, M, L, XL, XXL 
Colour: Downpour Grey/White  

Under Armour Storm Daytona Vest

4.5 star review

RRP £75

Looking for stylish gilet this winter? Look no further than the Under Armour Storm Daytona Vest which offers a thinner alternative to the Under Armour’s Storm Session Vest. 

The two hand-zipped pockets are a great addition and allow you to store smaller items such as ball marker and pitch repairs, which can often be an issue when out on the course when you’re too busy faffing around trying to find where you put them. 

I would say the only downside to the Under Armour Storm Daytona Vest would be the fitting felt slightly longer and slightly baggier than other gilets, therefore, I didn’t get the full impact unless I had multiple layers on underneath. 

Despite this, you could still feel the benefits enough from the ArmourFleece technology which created an overall warm and comfortable gilet which would be a great addition to your apparel wardrobe. 

Pros: 

  • Lightweight 
  • Internal and external pockets 
  • Great design 

Cons: 

  • Slightly longer fitting 

Sizes: S-XXL 
Colours: Castlerock/White 

Under Armour CGI Tapered Pant

5 star review

RRP £80

If you’re looking for a pair of golf trousers for the coming winter months, then look no further than the Under Armour ColdGear Infrared Tapered Pants. 

Firstly, they fit great and are true to size. Secondly, they are extremely comfortable, and thirdly, keep you ever so warm, exactly what you want in trouser during the winter months. 

The warmth and comfort come from Under Armour’s ColdGear Infrared interior lining which uses a soft, thermo-conductive inner coating to retain your body heat. 

There are no issues with keeping your shirt tucked in with these trousers thanks to the stretchable waistband and internal waist grip. 

Performance wise out on the course, the trousers stood up to the test, offering a great range of motion, keeping me dry but without the feeling of overheating. 

I’d highly recommend adding these trousers to your wish list for the coming months. 

Pros: 

  • Great fit 
  • Comfortable 
  • Extremely warm 

Cons: 

  •  None

Sizes: 30/30 to 42/36 
Colours: Castlerock/Halo grey 

Under Armour Storm Sweater Fleece Hoody

4.5 star review

RRP £80

Hoodies are one of the hottest items in golf with golfers searching for that casual look on the course, while feeling comfortable in the same clothes away from it. 

This is a great addition to anyone’s golf wardrobe, offering great warmth with the lightweight fleece material on the interior which also offers unbeatable comfort and it’s easy to layer up with the hoodie on. 

On top of that, one of the great features is the hoodie’s water resistance thanks Under Armour’s Storm Technology.  

This will be great to wear during the winter months but also come in handy during those cooler days or evenings during next spring and summer. 

Although the non-zipped hand pockets offer great warmth if you’re trying to protect your hands from the winter elements, I’d have preferred for a zipped option.  

This is a great pairing with the Under Armour Drive Joggers. 

Pros: 

  • Great fit 
  • Extremely warm 

Cons: 

  • I would have preferred zipped pockets

Sizes: S, M, L, XL, XXL 
Colour: Black/White 

Under Armour Drive Jogger

4.5 star review

RRP £70

The more casual look such as the use of hoodies or joggers is slowly taking over golf as players look for more comfort on and off the course. 

Upon first impressions, the Under Armour Driver Joggers are extremely lightweight are very comfortable while offering the same practicality of your regular golf trousers, featuring a belt loop, two open hand and two back pockets. 

Under Armour Storm technology on the exterior means repel water, or snow during the winter, yet don’t sacrifice breathability. 

I love the design of the joggers, however, would find that the only downside to these, for me personally, is the elastic ankle tapering, but this is a personal preference. 

These are a great pairing with the Under Armour Storm SweaterFleece Hoodie if you’re looking for the ultimate casual look or for those colder driving range or practice sessions throughout autumn and winter. 

Pros: 

  • Great fit 
  • Comfortable 
  • Practical  

Cons: 

  • Not a fan of the elastic ankle tapering. 

Sizes: S, M, L, XL, XXL 
Colours: Black/Halo Grey 

Under Armour Men’s Halftime Pom Beanie

4.5 star review

RRP £25

When it comes to the winter elements, I’m someone who very much enjoys wrapping up to keep warm out on the course, as I imagine a lot of us are. Wearing a comfortable, yet warm beanie is one of my first priorities during the colder months. 

The Under Armour Men’s Halftime Pom Beanie is an absolute must-have this winter if you’re planning on golfing deep into the winter period. The beanie is made from soft acrylic knit fabric which helps deliver an extremely warm and a soft, comfortable feel on your head and most importantly keep those ears warm while you concentrate on your game. 

The beanie’s great classic pom look and multiple colour options, means this doesn’t just look stylish while out on the course, you’ll certainly be able to get your use out of it away from the course as well. 

Pros: 

  • Great looking beanie 
  • Extremely comfortable 
  • Keeps you warm 

Cons: 

  • Sizing on the larger side 

Sizes: One size fits all 
Colours: Black/White, Pitch Grey/Dark Maroon, Midnight Navy/Steel, Varsity Blue/White 

Under Armour CGI Golf Mit

4.5 star review

RRP £30

An absolute essential if you’re planning to tackle the course during the winter months. 

The mits contain Under Armour’s ColdGear Infrared lining, a soft print on the inside which holds your body heat. This technology offers a warm, comfortable feeling. 

Featuring a palm texture, the mits make it easy to hold on to your trolley or other items without worrying about wear and tear. 

The lengthened wrist cuff ensures you can securely fit them over your mid-layers and jackets to keep the cold temperatures out. 

I’m usually a large or XL glove size but found these mits to be on the larger side in length so I’d suggest going to the size down when buying them. 

However, the larger fitting is a positive, as it allows you to easily take the mits on and off when you need to take your shots. 

Pros: 

  • Keep hands warm 
  • Comfortable interior 

Cons: 

  • Sizing on the larger side 

Sizes: One size fits all 
Colours: Black/Pitch Grey  


Best Women’s Under Armour Winter Apparel

Under Armour Storm Sweater Fleece Half Zip 

4.5 star review
best under armour winter apparel

RRP £65

I really like the softer casual styling of this half-zip jumper. It is extremely comfortable on and has the cosiness of a hoodie due to the fleeced interior. 

The fleeced interior is also really warm without being bulky which is perfect for winter.

Despite being soft to the touch it also has a water-repellent surface so you can still wear this in light showers and stay dry which is excellent. 

The half-zip structure makes this really easy to pull on and off, if you want to layer up or down when out on the golf course, which is extremely convenient.

I got this in a UK small, generally, I wear a UK size 8/10 top, and this fits really nicely. I had room for a base layer and a shirt underneath.  

PROS 

  • Warm and cosy 
  • Water Resistant 
  • Casual Styling 

CONS 

  • None

Colours: Navy/White & Pink Fizz/White 
Sizes: XS-XXL

4.5 star review
best under armour winter apparel

RRP £76

These trousers have a really nice smart styling. They have a traditional golf element while also being more modern and sporty.

I like the fact they taper slightly at the bottom, so they aren’t really baggy around the ankle. This also helps keep your ankles warmer!

They have two good-sized back pockets, I especially like the fact they are big enough to fit a course planner holder in. They also have two front pockets.

I would say, if anything, these fit on the generous size, so if you are in between two sizes, I would suggest sizing down rather than up. The belt loops are really helpful if you end up slightly oversizing.

PROS: 

  • Warm thermal material
  • Nice fitting shape
  • Smart styling

CONS:  

  • More colours would be nice

Sizes: 0 – 16
Colours: Hushed Blue/Metallic Silver or Black / Metallic Silver

Under Armour ColdGear Authentics Mockneck 

4.5 star review
best under armour winter apparel

RRP £49.99

A base layer is one of my favourite items for winter as it adds the necessary warm without creating bulk that affects my golf swing. This ColdGear Authentics Mockneck for Under Armour fits the bill perfectly. It is really comfortable against the skin with softer material on the inside and firmer moisture-wicking material on the outside. This means it will also keep you dry in light rain.  

I generally wear a size 8 thermal, and the size small in this fits perfectly, although I did have to roll the sleeves up slightly. I like the fact it has a tighter compression fit so it really moves with your body and doesn’t restrict the swing at all. There is still a decent amount of stretch to the material to help aid this. The mock neck style helps keep your neck warm.  

You can sometimes get too warm in a thermal so Under Armour have added mesh underarm panels to help with ventilation. 

PROS: 

  • Really good fit on the body 
  • Great thermal properties 
  • Very comfortable 

CONS: 

  • Sleeves quite long 

Colours: Black or White
Sizes: XS-XXL

Under Armour Storm Midlayer Full Zip

4.5 star review
best under armour winter apparel

RRP £70

How cool are the contrasting block colours and patterns on this jacket? This midlayer is definitely bolder than the rest of the Under Armour range but I really like the boldness of it.

The mid layer itself is fairly thin and would need layering with other items to keep you warm in winter, but it does have the benefit it could be used year-round because of this.

The cuffed wrists are an excellent design feature as it easily keeps material away from your grip when you are swinging.

There are two front hand pockets which are great for storage or keeping your hands warm.

This fit me nicely but if anything was slightly on the large size. I wear a UK size 8 top, so I tested this in a small.

PROS: 

  • Bright and bold
  • Stretchy
  • It can be used year-round

CONS: 

  • Not the thickest for winter

Colours: Black / Royal Blue / Navy / Venom Red
Sizes: XS – XL

Under Armour Storm Revo Vest

5 star review
best under armour winter apparel

RRP £80

I am obsessed with this gilet. The colour and the accent detailings make this pop from close up or a distance, and it has quickly become one of my favourite autumn-winter pieces.

It has hand pockets on both sides, which are perfect for keeping your hands warm, but are also zipped so you can store away essentials without worrying they will go missing.

The storm technology means this jacket repels water so although it isn’t fully waterproof, it is very water-resistant and keeps you dry in all but a really heavy shower.

I generally wear a UK size 8 top I got this in a size small, and I think it fits really nicely. It has a high neck which can be zipped up for extra warmth when it gets really cold.

PROS: 

  • Great colours
  • Very warm 
  • Water-resistant

CONS: 

  • None

Colours: Neo Turquoise / Metallic Silver or Black / Metallic Silver
Sizes: XS – XXL

Under Armour Storm Daytona Full Zip

5 star review
best under armour winter apparel

RRP £85

I really like this jacket because it delivers a lot of warmth without being bulky. It also had a flattering shape and styling.

I like the additional white detailing around the zips. I also like the fact the two front pockets are zipped so you can keep tees and ball markers safely stored away.

The main body of the jacket features woven overlays, which provide wind protection. It is also water-repellant, which is perfect when you get caught in a light rain shower.

The fabric is perfect for golf as it has a lot of stretch and give to it, meaning it isn’t restrictive during the golf swing.

I generally wear a UK size 8 top, and I got this in a size small, it’s fits really nicely, if anything it is slightly on the large side.

PROS: 

  • Flattering shape and styling
  • Really soft and comfortable
  • Water-repellant

CONS: 

  • None

Colours: Black / White / Blue
Sizes: XS – XXL

Under Armour Stormproof 2.0 Jacket

4.5 star review
best under armour winter apparel

RRP £130

I love the sporty design of this jacket. The touches of pink on this jacket really elevate the design and make this jacket stand out more on the golf course.

I like the fact there is plenty of room in the shoulders of this jacket, so it doesn’t feel restrictive at all when you are swinging.

The jacket hem has adjustable toggles so you can dial in the size at your hips. There is also velcro adjustability around the wrists, which I really like to keep excess material away from your hands and grip.

We have had plenty of rain to test waterproofs in recently, and I can safely say this jacket will keep you dry. It also dries quickly, which is extremely helpful.

I would say this is a jacket you can use all year round as it isn’t very thick. This means it isn’t the warmest in winter, but it can be layered with other jumpers, and it doesn’t make this versatile for spring and summer.

PROS: 

  • Stylish Jacket
  • Adjustable
  • Waterproof

CONS: 

  • None

Colours: Black
Sizes: XS – XXL

Women’s Under Armour Golf Rain Pants

4.5 star review
best under armour winter apparel

RRP £105

The Under Armour Golf Rain Pants are lightweight, waterproof trousers that keep the water out.

They are windproof, which helps keep you warm on windy days. These aren’t the thickest and are really for keeping water out rather than keeping the heat in. That does mean they can be used year-round, though, which is great.

They don’t have belt loops but do have an elastic back waistband to keep these in place.

These are zippered at the base of the legs around the ankles, making them a lot easier to get on and off than some waterproof trousers.

They have two front zipped pockets which are great for keeping items you have safe and dry. There is also a back zippered pocket which is handy for a phone.

PROS: 

  • Warm
  • Good zipped pockets
  • Waterproof

CONS: 

  • None

Colours: Black
Sizes: XS – XXL

ColdGear Infrared Golf Gloves

4.5 star review
best under armour winter apparel

RRP £22.99

These are perfect if you get cold hands in winter.

These are mid-thickness gloves that provide some serious warmth. The ColdGear Infrared technology uses a soft, thermo-conductive coating to absorb and retain your body heat so your hands stay warm throughout your round.

I like the fact there is a tighter cuff around the wrist. This cuff has a tighter inner lining to ensure no cold air gets near your hands.

Although these aren’t wet gloves, they have a 3-layer bonded water-resistant exterior to keep your hands nice and dry out on the golf course.

These clearly feel thicker than your normal gloves, and I would say there is some element of not being able to grip quite as securely as normal, but this is a small price to pay not to have freezing-cold hands in winter.

PROS: 

  • Great thermal properties 
  • Water Resistant

CONS: 

  • Thicker than normal gloves make grip not as strong

Colours: Black
Sizes: S/M, M/L, L/XL

UA ColdGear Infrared Halftime Ribbed Pom Beanie

5 star review
best under armour winter apparel

RRP £29.00 | NOW £18.39

I love the way this beanie looks. It seamlessly blends fashion and function, providing essential warmth without compromising on style. I tested this in the Pewter/Ash Taupe colourway and really like the softness of this design.

The ribbed knit design adds a chic texture and delivers excellent insulation, making it ideal for those early morning tee times or late afternoon rounds when the temperature drops.

Under Armour’s ColdGear Infrared technology ensures that this beanie doesn’t just keep you warm—it actively retains and reflects your body heat, helping you stay focused on your swing. The snug fit ensures it stays in place during every swing, and the playful pom pom adds a touch of flair.

Although this isn’t waterproof the knitted material means water wicks well on the surface and doesn’t soak in too much.

The style and comfort of this ColdGear Infrared Halftime Ribbed Pom Beanie is going to make it a go-to accessory for winter golf outings for me.

PROS: 

  • Really good fit 
  • Great thermal properties 
  • Lovely style and design 

CONS: 

  • None

Colours: Pewter/Ash Taupe, White/Ghost Grey, Black
Sizes: One Size

Under Armour Insulated ADJ Bucket

4.5 star review
best under armour winter apparel

RRP £36.00 | NOW £29.95

I have developed something of a bucket hat obsession over the last 18 months, so when this landed on my desk for testing, I was really excited.

I love the fact it is water-resistant as it is extremely helpful for when you get caught in those winter showers. So far, it has kept out all but extremely heavy rain.

I really like the fact this is extremely lightweight and folds down very compact so you can store it away in your bag until it is needed.

Although it is lightweight, it has a thermal structure similar to what you might see in an insulated gilet. This keeps your heat warm while also keeping water out of your eyes.

This is a unisex model and comes in three different sizes but there is also a handy adjustable toggle on the bag so you can dial in the sizing and keep this secure in more windy weather.

I really like the subtle design of this and have enjoyed wearing it out on the course. I tested the S/M which fitted really well, I would say if anything I wish the brim was slightly shorter for visibility.

PROS: 

  • Clean subtle design
  • Great thermal properties 
  • Water-resistant

CONS: 

  • Brim quite long

Sizes: S/M, M/L, L/XL
Colours: White or Black


Best Under Armour Winter Apparel

After scrutinizing Under Armour’s winter apparel, it’s evident that the brand’s commitment to performance and innovation remains steadfast, even in the face of winter’s challenges. By incorporating cutting-edge technologies such as moisture-wicking materials, thermal insulation, and water-resistant coatings, Under Armour has crafted a range of apparel that works as hard as you do on the golf course.

The true genius of Under Armour’s winter collection lies in its versatility. Whether you’re dealing with driving rain, biting wind, or plummeting temperatures, there’s a piece in this range designed to address your specific needs without impeding your game.

So if you’re committed to playing golf throughout the winter months, investing in Under Armour’s high-performance winter apparel is a smart choice. Armed with these cold-weather essentials, you can take to the course with the confidence that you’ll be warm, dry, and prepared to play your best, regardless of what Mother Nature has in store.

Nicola Slater

Nicola Slater

Nicola recently graduated from Stirling University where she studied Sports Studies, she wrote her dissertation on barriers to participation for women in golf.
Nicola plays her golf at Hickleton Golf Club and has recently started her professional career on the LET Access Tour. Having played for Yorkshire Ladies and has represented England at junior and senior level.

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Golfers are 2.4 times more likely to get skin cancer – what can you do to minimise the risk?

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Speed Demons on the PGA Tour: Top 5 Club Head Speeds Revealed

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