Under Armour revealed a new sports face mask which fitness lovers can wear while working out.
The mask includes a moldable nose bridge to help secure it in place, to help mitigate airflow to the eyes and help prevent glasses from fogging, reports Good Morning America.
Other features include a spacer fabric with air pockets that stay off the nose and mouth for better airflow. The mask has an open-cell foam that allows air through.
The third layer of protection includes Under Armour's ISO-Chill technology, which keeps the mask feeling cool against the skin.
During the process of making the face masks, Under Armour founder Kevin Planks said athletes need to stay safe as they return to training.
"Experience told us that fabric and performance had to be our first focus, so we set out to find a fabric combination that created a structure to ensure the mask would stand off the face and offer maximum breathability," Kyle Blakely, vice president of materials innovation at Under Armour, said.
As a part of the launch, these sport masks will be given to student-athletes in Under Armour's global hometown locations.
The face masks cost $30, according to the official website. Under Armour revealed that the covers would come in four sizes ranging from small to extra larger.
Unfortunately, the website reported that they are sold out and are available for pre-order and will ship on or before August 17.