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All my casual wear shoes are UA so I figure I could wear these for CrossFit in place of the Metcons. After my first wear, I had blisters on the back on my heel/achilles because the shoes are very tight and rub. I could not wear them for the second workout due to blisters/cuts on my achilles. I am having to double over my socks to pad my heel so they will not rub. I am through a full week of wear and hope there is a break-in period that I have to get through for these..
The sole of the shoe is fine but the arch to the heel is tight fitting. This is not a problem I have with Metcons in the same size.
I wore these through bodybuilding, HIIT, and Crossfit workouts. They are comfortable and stable for the bigs lifts like squats, deadlifts, bench and versatile enough for most HIIT.
They fell flat with jumping rope —single and double unders. They hurt so bad and my foot cramped so much I finished the workout in socks. I think the cause is the complete lack of lateral (side to side) stability in the shoe.
These are good looking shoes and it’s nice to have an UA option for functional fitness training. I am looking forward to buying the next generation with the hopes the lateral stability gets addressed.
I’m a huge UA fan. In fact, if I’m not at the firehouse you’ll most likely see me decked out from head to toe in UA gear. I was pumped when these were released and bought them as soon as they were available. They rubbed quite a bit on the inner arch of my feet, leaving me with blisters. I thought maybe there was just a “breaking in” period or something. Have given these shoes multiple tries and continue to get the same result...blistered arches at the end of every workout.
Pros: they look great, get compliments on them all the time. Super grippy sole that allows for aggressive cuts/maneuvers while training. Buuuut, my feet feel miserable after use. That’s just been my personal experience with these.
These shoes make a big difference for stability & have added comfort plus flexibility.
Fit's true to size but defintely not for people with wide feet. It does break in after several workouts and doesn't feel as tight, especially around the mid foot. I don't have wide feet but I can see it being an issue for people with wider feet. Training with them has been great! Very solid and they have a nice flat and responsive sole. Very close the to my oly lifters and deadlift shoes in terms of great feel and balance on lifts.
I was extremely excited to have received the pair I ordered upon release, but was met with complete disappoint when my size 13 fit incredibly narrow. I do have a wider than average foot, but not wide enough to require a wide fit shoe. Based on this fit, there is no way this shoe could provide the stability of its competitors like the Metcon or Nano. A wide fit shoe may be the answer here which I would gladly give this shoe another shot.
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.]