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Under Armour to supply apparel to National Lacrosse League
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Nov '13
Photo Courtesy: Jack Dempsey
Photo Courtesy: Jack Dempsey
The National Lacrosse League is proud to announce Under Armour as the league’s new exclusive supplier of performance apparel, footwear & equipment through the 2016 season.

NLL players will proudly compete in the new Under Armour apparel and equipment when the 2014 season begins on December 28.

Under Armour will provide NLL athletes with state-of-the-art performance training apparel, baselayer and footwear including the UA Micro G Gridiron training shoes. Additionally, players will be some of the first to compete with custom Under Armour Charge Gloves and new Under Armour Charge 2 lacrosse heads.

“We are proud to be in partnership with Under Armour, a leader in innovation and performance,” said George Daniel, Commissioner of the National Lacrosse League. “NLL players will now be empowered with the finest lacrosse equipment and apparel in the industry.”

“This new partnership with the NLL provides Under Armour with the unique opportunity to feature the most technically advanced products at the pinnacle of the sport,” said Jim Bel Bruno, Senior Category Director, Lacrosse, Under Armour. “Our brand is dedicated to making all athletes better and we are excited to demonstrate our continued commitment to the lacrosse category and its athletes through this platform.”

About Under Armour, Inc

Under Armour is a leading developer, marketer, and distributor of branded performance apparel, footwear, and accessories. The brand's moisture-wicking synthetic fabrications are engineered in many different designs and styles for wear in nearly every climate to provide a performance alternative to traditional natural fiber products. The company's products are sold worldwide and worn by athletes at all levels, from youth to professional, on playing fields around the globe.

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