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I go to a high performance gym focusing on full body workouts, and these shoes provide so much support to my knees during certain exercises and make everything overall more comfortable. So happy with them!
Thank you very much I will buy more shoes and everything. I LOVE UNDER ARMOR
I used the 2.0 and this version 3.0 is way better, design is great and very comfortable.
Took these as a replacement for Charged Legend which were great for training, but very painful for treadmill. I love these for gym workouts - running, weight lifting, crossfit exercises... they are stable, comfortable where they need to be, balanced and overall I don't even think about them during training which is great. I am pretty heavy, neutral pronation, no problems with them whatsoever. Not sure why the negative reviews, these are gym training shoes, not the lifestyle ones.
I don't understand how they could release a shoe like this. The cuff around the ankle is hard elastic and it rubs against your ankle and Achilles. No matter how much you break them in they're still restricting and will give you friction sores around you ankle. We got these for free at work and I've thrown them out. Garbage shoes. DO NOT GET THEM! Its like wearing shackles around you ankles.
Design team needs to put these on people, not mannequins for testing.
Got in my armorbox. Not worth the time or money. They feel off balance and they are painful to wear. Running, lifting, walking around, and especially squats feel awkward and unnatural. The inside was like a mountain range and the shoe feels almost twisted. Pictures show this shoe is intended for functional movements (squats or box jumps) or high intensity work (footwork or running), but I would never choose these over other trainers that offer stability. As others mentioned the heel bites hard. Two stars because of the look and got compliments, but had to tell people I would be sending them back with my armorbox.
They look great but are tight in all the wrong places. Traction is 0.
I’ve worn them about 5 times since I got them last month and they downright hurt. They rub against my ankle and every few days I retry it and it still hurts. I have a constant cut from the rubbing on my ankle. I have tried bigger socks that go higher up my ankle, everything. But they are just painful. I want to like them cause they are really good lookinggn but just too painful to wear and will most likely sit in the closet for ever now
Love the look and comfort but the grip and traction are absolutely horrible depending on the surface you're walking on. Walking on ceramic/tile floors (dry) at the resort ...I'm slipping all over the place. Nearly wiped out quite a few times tonight! These are the only shoes I brought with me.. so hopefully I don't break any limbs.