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So much hype around xfit and gear. These shoes are new players to the game. I own all three major players now. Started with the nanos, and last year, invested in MetCons, and now these TriBase. I use all three randomly, to see which provides the best support and performance. So far, they all perform very similar, especially for the average xfit. I'm sure the top 1% of the 1% will know the difference, the rest of us, it come down to your feet and your genetics on how they're designed. My feet are wider than average, so these TriBase feel as if they have a little more room than the MetCons, but similar to the Nanos.
Doing Oly Lifts and Power Lifts in these vs the other two, are pretty much the same across the board. For running? I haven't used these yet. so can't comment on that.
Style wise? I like the black and gum soles, tribase were a perfect meld of this style.
They feel pretty sturdy too. but I only use these for indoor applications. They haven't touched the pavement.
Overall, i'd recommend these if you're a beginner to an average fitness athlete.
Especially if you're an UA fan, then you'll love these. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Always had the swoosh brand before and had to have multiple for different uses. Those are great for heavy lifting (xfit kind) sprints and lateral moves. My first pair but definitely not my last. Great job UA [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
They are comfortable. They are great for working out. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Nice looking shoe but waaaaay to narrow. I feel like they will stretch out but I think a half size down would make this less stable. They are good for lifting but not so much for agility work. I'm sure if you have narrow feet these will be spot on for you. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
I was using toe shoes, but these give me great support for doing heavy squats with good form. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Totally worth it. I was using some basic Under Armour running shoes for CrossFit and noticed I was having issues with stability but didn’t think much of it.
Got these shoes, it’s literally night and day. Lightweight, stability is awesome, plus they’re good looking shoes. So pleased with this purchase.
They fit great, nice material. These shoes are amazing for training.
I’m a woman, size 9 shoe but purchased a 7 since these are men’s shoes and they are perfect.
I have tried multiple training shoes by UA and boy far these are the best shoes they have came out with. From power lifting to cross training these shoes can handle it all! Great comfort, snug fit with out squeezing your feet. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
I have like 4 Pairs of UA shoe but nothing beats this one. I can do Lunges Comfortably without having to worry if my shoe will be flexible without worn out . Some genius really made this who understand all aspects of training. I Deadlift 150 KG, Squat 140 Kg and everything is perfect. The heel, the power, the push it has got everything you need to train for power, speed and strength. I even did my snatches and clean and jerks. Go for it. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Solid, yet very comfortable. My new favorite gym shoe! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
These shoes are awesome! Very durable for Crossfit. I love ‘em. These are the first pair of shoes that I don’t take off mid workout