Under Armour Wounded Warrior Project Sackpack
Tote your gear in a bag that supports a good cause with the WWP® Sackpack. The Wounded Warrior Project® logo is printed on the front, with the wording "The greatest casualty is being forgotten" on the back with the UA logo. A drawstring connector and easy to open bag make this sackpack perfect for carrying any lightweight cargo. AllSeasonGear® makes it easy to carry the Under Armour® WWP® Sackpack in any weather.
- Wounded Warrior Project® sackpack
- AllSeasonGear® fabric adapts with the weather
- Graphic printed WWP logo on the front with "The greatest casualty is being forgotten" with UA logo on the back
- Part of the UA FREEDOM line, which is UA's pledge to an annual minimum donation of $250,000 supporting First Responders, Military Personnel, Law Enforcement Officers, and Veterans
- Fabric: 100% polyester
- Style: 1242675
- Under Armour
Country of Origin: VietnamWeb ID: 30553186
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anja Wounded Warriors Love the product and I am believer and support our heroes January 12, 2016
Rated 3 out of 5 by Bard Product good. I purchased the Sackpacks to support the "wounded warrior project". However; I find it disgraceful that Under Armour has not manufactured this important product in the United States. I f not for the Wounded Warrior Project, I would never have spent the money. September 19, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Josy Great! This sackpack is just what I was looking for. Having family that has served in the military, buying this sackpack meant a lot to me and when I showed my grandfather and explained to him what the program was about he was amazed and very happy that something like this actually exists out there. So for me this sackpack was just what I was looking for! January 26, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by WoundedWarriorWifey Awesome My husband got one of these for being a WWP Alumni and I love it!!!! Any time we are going out for the day to a theme park I make sure I take it with. It is light weight and is heavy duty. March 11, 2014
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