Men's UA Project Rock 2 Training Shoes

Style # 3022024
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    • Color: Red (604)
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Product DNA

“Project Rock is not a brand, it’s a movement. It’s a core belief, that I 100% don’t care what color you are, how old you are, where you come from or what you do for a living. The only thing I care about is you and me, building the belief that regardless of whatever the odds, we can overcome and achieve—but it all starts with the work we’re willing to put in with our two hands."—Dwayne Johnson
  • UA HOVR™ technology provides 'zero gravity feel' to maintain energy return that helps eliminate impact step after step
  • Compression mesh Energy Web contains & molds UA HOVR™ foam to give back the energy you put in
  • UA Tribase in the outsole maximizes ground contact where your foot needs it the most, allows for superior upwards flexibility to promote natural motion, & downwards flexibility to grip the ground during lifts
  • Soft knit upper dries fast & provides a breathable, compression-like fit that delivers lightweight directional strength & unmatched comfort
  • 3D molded midfoot panel provides added structure & support with laser perforations for increased ventilation
  • Anatomical bootie construction for a snug, comfortable fit
  • External heel counter combined with stability chassis creates the ultimate in stable support
  • Full rubber outsole for elevated traction & durability
  • Offset: 8mm
  • Weight: 10.9oz.
  • Imported

Review Summary

12 Reviews


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Maybe the soles could come with options for those with flat feet. Like with arches in them. Otherwise a great shoe.

Can’t fit my foot in them, what?

The opening was way too small to put my foot in!!!

Best Gym Shoe

Amazing. By far the best training shoe I have ever had for everyday gym use. The HOVR tech makes them incredibly comfortable while the Tribase makes them amazing for those big lifts you need to be locked down for such as your deadlift or barbell row. Awesome improvement on the already decent PR 1s


I fell in love with these shoes the first time I saw them, and couldn’t wait to get them in. Once i tried them on, I was extremely pleased. Comfort 10/10, Fashion 11/10, but it does run about a half size too small. I usually wear a 10.5 US but I ended up wearing an 11 US

Great Shoe

great fit, extremely comfortable. much better fit than project rock 1s. the orange is a bit bright but the performance and comfort far outweigh the strange color

Great product

I have been looking for a new training shoe for a while. I bought these not because it had The Rocks name on them but because I believe he would not support, develop or otherwise be involved in a product unless it was well made. They fit as expected and the very first day they arrived I put them to the test with a leg day in the gym. They performed exceptionally well with really good support and comfort. The Hovr technology seems to be an advantage as well. I would recommend this product and so far are the best training shoe I own.

All products r nice

I m so happy to have one of the best Co . In the world here in Baltimore ....ur products r the best ever ....the fit .... the wear .... the construction of each item u make 4 us ... again thank u !

Near Perfect Trainer

First off, these are by far the best trainers I have used. Maximum comfort and high performance for weight training, providing lots of grip. These will be strickly for lifting and very light cardio. Size: they are true to size, a 10.5 fits perfect! Snug with no tightness which imo is perfect for training. But a half size up wouldn't hurt either. Definitely worth the price, great investment. Also they look amazing!

Not up to expectations

I have the first Project Rock shoes and I LOVE them. These shoes however left something to be desired. They are not as comfortable as the Project 1. They have a more solid base which is great for weight training but less cushion. My big toe in each shoe feels as if they are sliding off the base of the shoe as the sole is sewn into the shoe there is a drop off from the sole to the base of the shoe where the big toe sits, its as if the sole wasn't made wide enough for the shoe. It creates sort of a "falling out of the shoe" feel. They are quite pretty to look at though.

So far so good

I've had the PR1s since the original came out last year. The PR2s improved a bit but they're not perfect Fit and Features: (Size 13. I have a above average width pair of feet) So the top of the toe box is a slight bit tighter than the PR1. Having said that, the sole of the shoe is wide enough to support the narrower toe box. Think of it as an apical shape. Wider base to a narrower top. It's significantly lighter than the PR1s based on feel. I really like that. I think it's only like almost 2 ounces lighter but they feel more than that. I was worried about the lower ankle cut but it fit and felt awesome compared to the relative high-top of the PR1. The HOVR bottom and grip is quite nice! Ton of sustain and grip. No movement under heavy weight. Was really surprised by this Experience in Weight Room: (6'4" 100kg male) First time using them was a strength day. Deadlift, leg press, etc. I was worried that the softer top would give too much with movement but the top held up fine under pressure. The cushion and sole of the PR2 is really, really comfortable and supportive. You don't get a lot of foot fatigue from using them under heavy weight. Pros and Cons: The weight, grip and comfort of the shoe is overall exceptional. We'll see how that plays out over extended use. I burn through trainers, but so far so good. Also if you're a "flash" type of person, the shoes look insanely awesome. The color is way better in person than photos. Really wish the toe box was slightly wider, but it's not something I'm really upset about. The Goldschlager type flakes on the bottom of the shoe could have been omitted haha.

  • PR2s on leg press