IT. Ep. 83: What Is UAS? Under Armour Sports – An Analysis

 

A little over a year ago Under Armour decided to build an entirely different division to create a line of casual wear. The brand signed Tim Coppens and created UAS. The line consisted of fashion based footwear and apparel, but was completely independent of Under Armour. This was a problem because the social media never took off and you couldn’t find the product on the website. None of the UA Athletes were pictured wearing it. In my opinion the limited release and slow roll out was a bad decision.

Here are the articles in this video:

0:45 Articles on the site http://arch-usa.com

1:27 Dope S–t I Like: UAS Modern American Sportswear | I May Be Wrong http://arch-usa.com/dope-s-t-i-like-u…

2:36 The Slow Integration of UAS Bothers Me http://arch-usa.com/the-slow-integrat…

3:00 Business Talk: adidas Day One Autumn/Winter 2016 vs UAS Tim Coppens http://arch-usa.com/business-talk-adi…

3:24 Remember When I Said Nike Utilizes Their Athletes? http://arch-usa.com/remember-when-i-s…

3:36 Tim Coppens Pre-Fall ’17, Delivery 1 at Kith Creates a Question http://arch-usa.com/tim-coppens-pre-f…

4:12 Under Armour/UAS the Integration Starts with the UAS Forge 1 Mid http://arch-usa.com/under-armouruas-t…

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