Originally Posted by johnnyb
This is true, under armour uses a minimum pricing policy on their "current" offerings, if the retailer is caught advertising below this price they can lose the rights to sell under armour branded stuff.
No apologies needed my man, don't take it personal. Fwiw I think most stuff today is overpriced for the quality you get, it's not like these shirts are hand sewn or anything, it's .50 worth of material, prob less than $1 in equipment use and labor, another .50 worth of storage/distubution and the other $78 is the name. Like you said, it's the same thing with every "premium" brand.
This wasn't for you, I completely agree!