As part of the team’s ongoing commitment to supporting female athletes and increasing their access to youth sports, the Philadelphia Eagles and Operation Warm are launching FLY:FWD, an innovative new sports bra that has been engineered and manufactured by both groups.

This Fall, the Eagles and Operation Warm will get FLY:FWD sports bras in the hands of 30,000 female athletes in need across the tri-state region. The first batch will be distributed to girls at Northeast High School on Friday, August 25, from 12-2 p.m. This event is being proudly supported by the Women’s Sports Foundation (WSF), a national non-profit that helps girls and women reach their potential in sport and life.

Prior to the distribution of FLY:FWD sports bras, the Eagles will host a panel moderated by NFL Network’s Colleen Wolfe and featuring Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts, International Boxing Hall of Fame World Champion and WSF Past President Laila Ali, two-time Olympic gold medalist Carli Lloyd, and Women’s Professional Tackle Football Pioneer & Philanthropist Qiana “Star” Wright. The panel will discuss the importance of supporting female athletes and making sports bras an essential part of the equipment kit for women of all sports.

Good initiative here. Operation Warm is a nonprofit that “manufactures brand-new, high-quality coats and shoes for children in need,” according to their website. They partner with various groups in North America to gift items to communities and individuals in need.

Again, this is for young women, not men, but if they did a male version of the FLY:FWD sports bra, I imagine it would look like this: