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Ginepri keeps HIS cool in Under Armour

Ginepri_ss07_0622_under_armour_reWhile players down south are trying to keep cool in the growing heat, their northern peers are just coming outside to play, bundled up with sweatshirts and wind breakers. Tough way to play but it feels pretty nice to be outdoors again. Here’s a solution.

Under Armour seems to get it right when it comes to temperature regulation. Their close fitting thermal grid Cold Gear base (1.0 level works for cool early spring conditions) keeps you comfortably warm and unrestricted despite winter’s last licks. Put one on under your tennis shirt and you can shed the bulky layers. A men’s UA Cold Gear base crew 1.0 runs $39.99 USD.

For warmer settings, our most aggressive players like the UA Men’s Heat Gear Edge Knit short that runs $39.99. It hosts side mesh zones for increased ventilation, and we love the terry-like PolyArmour lined pockets for drying off hands between points. The lightweight Heat Gear Edge Sleeveless Tee is $39.99. Both the top and short offer UPF 30 protection from the sun. Nice bonus! The Ventilator Cap pictured here on Ginepri is $23.99. The cap releases moisture and heat, something cotton caps out there don’t do.

You can still find Cold Gear on the Under Armour site. The Heat Gear tops and shorts are available in a variety of colors at: or