It's not news that sleep is a crucial part of any training regimen, but Under Armour is taking that idea a step further with a line of recovery sleepwear. The pajamas have a special raised print inside that uses your natural body heat to essentially create a non-sweaty sauna overnight. Far Infrared heat is reflected off the pattern to relieve inflammation, ease pain and promote better sleep. If you're doubting its legitimacy, know that Patriots quarterback Tom Brady helped develop this line and swears by it. Oh, and Jordan Spieth conveniently put these jammies into rotation just before his 2017 Open Championship win at Royal Birkdale.
We'll admit they're a bit pricey, but a single Infrared sauna session typically starts at around the same price, and these won't make you feel like you're drowning in sweat. The pieces—available in a henley, t-shirt, short and jogger—won't add excess heat but will wick away normal overnight sweat. The modal-elastane blend is extremely soft and won't get rough even after several washes or restless nights. UA also recently launched a recovery bedding line with the same Infrared technology if your sleeping preferences don't include PJs, but that's none of our business.
Under Armour Athlete Recovery Sleepwear, $50 and up