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Under Armour Spring Is Full of Innovations Sweaty Girls Will Love

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Baltimore-based activewear brand Under Armour has its eyes on the ladies. Under its newly ignited "womanifesto", founder and CEO Kevin Plank is hoping to ramp up UA's women's line, which currently accounts for 30% of the business. With that in mind, we were excited to see what the brand has in store for spring, after being pretty impressed by their gym selfie-inspired fall collection.

Maddy Albro, who manages women's run product for the brand, walked us through the spring collection and called out the newness across the board: colors, prints, materials, and special details. See specifics on the new products—from bralettes to Skin Cancer Foundation-accredited sun block tops—below, with pretty pictures to boot.

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