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Most uncomfortable shoe I have ever purchased. Worst part is I didn’t realize I was charged for 2 pair. Wore them to work one day and by the end of the day my feet were killing me. Going to return the pair I didn’t wear. I’ve never worn a more uncomfortable shoe in my life do not buy.
Very comfortable shoe. Sock-like fit great for most kinds of training.
Nice and comfy, perfect for a walk but not long distance.
They fit quite much. They feel light while my knee, which is the key reason I wear this pair of running shoes, is well protected, I shall say.
Quality shoe with a good look. My pair seemed to run a little larger then my other pair of ua shoes
I've had the Amp 3.0's for 3 months now and I would say they're good, not great, training shoes. My biggest issue with them is the heel cup cracked the 3rd time I put them on. I can say they take a beating an retain their original feel. Each time I put them on the fit is snug as though they're still new and my foot does not slide around a lot. Given a second chance, I would likely go with another model due to the heel cup issue.
These shoes look fantastic. However, the have zero ankle support. In fact the backs ripped the skin off my ankles. Side to side motion is not an option unless you want to roll your ankle. I don't use these shoes for anything other the lifting days now.
The choose looke dope though im just disappointed in there performance. I can't recommend.
Its just amazing shoes for training and also is a casual shoes
I thought these shoes would be great for training but you can't even make them tighter without them bunching up in the middle. The sizing is right and they look good but I do not recommend anyone trying to perform any type of exercise in them.
At first, these shoes were great. Lightweight, felt good, and looked even better. However, once I started running with them I developed blisters on both sides of my feet. Playing sports my whole life, I thought this might me normal. I’ve had them for 8 months now and I’m still getting blisters when I run more than a mile. I’m starting to think it’s not me and it must be the shoes.