The Rock just launched his collection with Under Armour — Here are the 3 things you should get


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Aside from being one of the most charming and beloved actors in Hollywood, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is a pro in the workout space — Just look at his Instagram!

Putting this passion into practice, the actor has officially launched a new collection of activewear for his collaboration with Under Armour titled Project Rock.

Thoughtfully designed for gym buffs and those who aspire to become more involved in the gym, the line's most recent range of items features the premium athleticwear brand's signature UA Charged Cotton. This particular material boasts the comfortable feel of natural cotton but has more stretch and dries faster, making it the ideal fabric choice for high-performance environments.

This new collection includes items designed for men, women and youth. While it features a total of 57 items ranging from simple tees to wireless earbuds, it can be a tough task to comb through it all. To make it easier for you, we've chosen three of our favorite items from the launch that we recommend.

Shop: Project Rock Snake Men's Short Sleeve Shirt, $35

Shop: Under Armour Brahma Peak 40 oz. Bottle, $75

Shop: Under Armour Project Rock 2 Men's Training Shoes, $140

Under Armour Project Rock 2 Men's Training Shoes
Under Armour Project Rock 2 Men's Training Shoes

Shop the full collection here.

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