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When the sun’s blazing, ordinary fabrics heat up quick, meaning you sweat harder, fatigue faster & lose focus.
I purchased these about a year ago and wear them daily. Very comfortable and after a years use, they have held up great. No rips, tears, seam separation. Great material. I will be buying another pair.
90 percent of the clothes I wear are Under Amour. I’m not a brand person but when I purchased my first compression Shirt I was amazed at the difference from other brands. I believed my first purchase was a fluke so I bought another and another. Now everything is Under Armour because of the outstanding quality, functionality and comfort. My new RTT trail running shoes are a true testament to that. I swear by Under Armour and the products are just getting better and better!
Love the fit and quality of most UA products and they do have some unique footwear designs, but this one is a definite swing and miss. The material and quality is very high but the look, unfortunately, is best described as slightly modern Herman Munster. A trail runner should be light, durable, ultra grippy and low profile. This shoe is probably durable but I don't want to feel like I have concrete blocks strapped to my feet. Really UA...it's time to build a true trail running shoe that's attractive and low profile. Use more mesh and ditch the vinyl or faux leather pleather....or whatever that stuff is. No crazy colors or weird patterns (like the other trail runner you have). Ban the color orange from the new design. Here's a tip....build a trail runner for over pronators, there's not a single one on the market. Just don't make it ugly. And geez...stop building shoes without padding around the heal collar or topline or whatever that part of the shoe is called. We need padding there! End of rant.
I bought these shoes a few weeks ago..very comfortable shoes..but
I started a new job where I am allowed to wear athletic shoes to work in an office environment.
These shoes are EXTREMELY WARM...
My feet are sweating all day....
To the point I'm starting to think I'm getting a rash on my left foot
I wear EVERYTHING UA but these are my first UA shoes
So far...not impressed
On a whim I bought the UA Camo RTT’s for early season Bow Hunting In West Tennessee, it’s always very very very hot!! My feet sweat like crazy in uninsulated boots, so I thought what the heck and bought these, just what I needed! It was a great decision, so Hunters out there, if your early Bow Season is hot like mine, these shoes Rock! I’ll definitely buy another pair for next season.
Great design and great comfort, these shoes withstood everything the Tahoe Beast could throw at them. Tread performed very well, but we didn’t have any significant mud. Lugs are moderate, not overly aggressive as some other shoes, making road running easy as needed too, and the reverse tread on the heels kept great grip on the descents. Dried out pretty fast after dunking, protected toes well with the extra material and shed dirt and debris well, and laces never loosened. For me, much more comfortable than the STR and worth the extra cost. Run 1/2 size small compared to most other brands.
I like spikeless golf shoes because they are more comfortable, and I have been waiting for Under Armour to make them for some time. It's been a year and they still don't offer a spikeless golf shoe option.
I couldn't wait any longer.
When I saw the tread on their UA Horizon Trail Running Shoe, I realized its tread was as good or better than the tread on the current pair of spikeless golf shoes I use on the course.
So, I bought the UA Horizon trail running shoes not for trail running, but for golf. The UA Horizon has the perfect spikeless tread for gripping the tee box, the fairway, and the green. I absolutely love them for golf.
So, if you are a golfer, and you want some great spikeless golf shoes, I say buy the Under Armor UA Horizon trail runners and simply turn them into your golf shoes.
They look great and they work great. I'm totally happy with them.
Hey Under Armour! You're welcome for the idea. ;)
After some research I decided on this shoe. I trained in a cross fit gym with them for a month or 2 before the Spartan Race. The shoes worked well in cross fit despite the trail name. Moreover, in the race the shoes delivered and were essential in maintaining grip and function throughout the race. Also, they remained light after getting wet and drained well. This is a great shoe.
These shoes look and feel great! The only reason I gave 4 instead of 5 stars is because they run a little small. Luckily, I read reviews before I ordered them, make sure to order at least a 1/2 size bigger!! Other than that, great shoe!
These running shoes are perfect. I have a trail right by my house, and the ground was a little hard on my knees, so I decided to try out a pair of these trail shoes.. I instantly feel better running and after my runs, and highly recommend these if running on dirt trails or concrete.