Are you looking for a way to find your Under Armour style number? If so, you’ve landed in the right place. In this post, we go over how to find an Under Armor style number for your clothing item or pair of shoes.
There are many reasons why you may want to find a style number. Maybe you have an old Under Armour item that you love and you’d like to find another one. Alternatively, you may run an online reselling business and want to find stock photos or more information about the item you picked up.
Either way, we’ve got you covered. In this post, you’ll learn a couple of different ways to find your Under Armour style number. These methods are so quick and easy, so let’s get going!
The Under Armour Materials Tag
First, we will go over how to find the Under Armour style number using the inner tags of your Under Armour item.
When it comes to Under Armour clothing items, we will start by looking for the inside tag. We are trying to locate the care instructions and materials tag. If you’re looking for the style number for a top, look in the lefthand inside seam of the item.
Many bottoms have this tag located on the back of the inside waistband. Others have it on the lefthand inside seam like a top does.
Once you find this tag, flip to the one in the very back (because there usually are multiple tags in this location). It will always be the smallest tag. When you’re looking for a style number, try to locate a 7-digit number.
This differs from Nike style numbers, which are typically 6 digits. Once you find this number, input it into Google along with “Under Armour.” For example, type “Under Armour 1250788.”
This will likely yield results that match your item, even if they are not the same color. Here, you can scroll through the results to find stock photos and listings on secondhand marketplaces.
When it comes to Under Armour shoes, the process of finding a style number is very similar. This time, you will be looking underneath the tongue of the shoe for the style number.
In this example, you can locate the style number, also known as the art number, in the middle of the tag. It reads: 1258736-102. In this scenario, you can either use the first 7 digits before the dash, or include the dash with the remainder of the numbers.
I suggest trying this both ways to see what results are yielded. In this case, I was able to find out that my pair of shoes are the Under Armour Micro G Limitless.
The Under Armour Price Tag
If you still have the Under Armour price tag attached to your item, you can use this instead to find your style number. Look in the top left corner for the same 7-digit number.
Alternatively, many Under Armour tags already have the style name listed on them. With this information, you can type the style name directly into Google for better results.
Google Reverse Image Serch
Next, we will discuss another method of finding an Under Armor style number for both clothing and shoes. We'll lump clothes and shoes in the same section this time because the process is essentially the same.
This method is preferred if you’re in a time crunch, or if the style number tags have been removed from your Under Armour item.
First, take a photo of your item. Next, either pull up your picture settings, the Google app, or more specifically the Google Lens app. Any option will get the job done!
Once you pick your preferred method, either upload your picture to one of the apps or find where it says “Search With Google Lens” in your photo settings. After this, you should start seeing the results on your screen.
You will likely see a combination of the retailer's website plus many secondhand marketplace listings. It may take some scrolling and tapping on related items to find your way to the exact item you're searching for.
This method typically works best for items with unique details, not so much for more plain items.
The last method that we will go over involves using descriptors about the item. Imagine describing the item to someone over the phone, as if they cannot see it.
In the Google search bar, type the brand name, if it is men’s or women’s, the type of item, color, pattern, style, or any other pertinent information about the look of the item. Once you hit enter, scroll through the search results.
Don’t forget to try clicking the “images” tab to see the visual results. If you see a similar item, like one with a different color or pattern, it may be a good idea to click on it to see where else it may lead.
After this last method, that concludes our guide on finding an Under Armour style number. Depending on the item, the best method to find it may differ.
Because of that, be sure to try all methods to see which one leads you down the right path!
Which method of finding an Under Armour style number is your favorite? Comment below!