Under Armour’s website asks visitors, “What’s your 0039?” That number refers to Under Armour’s first product, a compression T-shirt developed by 23-year-old University of Maryland football player and eventual founder, Kevin Plank. He had three simple goals: help keep athletes dry, support their muscles, and help them stay cool. The question “What’s your 0039?” embodies the idea that the biggest leaps in improving athletic performance often come from solving the commonest problems. This philosophy has driven Under Armour to become one of the most recognized names in sports apparel, propelling it from Plank’s grandmother’s basement to a presence in nearly 90 countries. The company’s product line has something to support nearly every sport imaginable, from infrared pants for running to sweat-wicking kilts for the Scottish Highlands games. Still an entrepreneur at heart, Plank supports charities such as the Wounded Warrior Project and Power in Pink.
The size runs larger. I got a medium it fits big and is also long. Another thing I didn’t realize about this shirt is that it is pretty see-through.. But the material is comfortable and helps you stay dry