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“NOTHING’S WEIGHING YOU DOWN.”
This all-in-one cushioning and sole system is totally rubberless, so you get a light, close-to-the-ground feeling.
“ALMOST AS IF NOTHING’S THERE.”
UA Warp lattice is miraculously minimalistic and snug all at once. It’s like the upper isn’t there.
“PROPELLING ME FORWARD.”
Grip like crazy on just about any surface—lose less time on corners, braking, and speeding up.
“MAPMYRUN CONNECTS TO MY SHOES.”
Real-time, personalized coaching tips improve your form, which can help you get fast, faster.
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] The fit is like a sock. The color is vibrant. Online the lines look like red but more on the pink side. Its not bad but not quite what looks it online. The feel of the sole takes a moment to get used to but it does perform!! You need socks that cover the back of your ankles otherwise it will rub a blister.
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] It is a very responsive shoe and comfortable upper, but sole is pretty stiff and the heel toe drop is lower than I’m used to. Linking to the MyRun app gives tons of useful info. Overall, is a good shoe for fast tempo runs, but I think it’s not cushioned enough for longer or recovery runs.
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I was looking for a comfortable pair of shoes that had grip on ice. These work great.
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] These shoes are amazing! Super light weight and great for running outdoors! Highly recommended!
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] This is my fourth pair of UA shoes. I have liked them all, but these are really unique. They are so light that it feels like there is no extra weight on your foot. They hold the foot extremely well without constricting it. They may not be the most cushioned shoes, but they are perfect for me. I have done outings of up to 21 km in them without worry. I have run over 350 km in these shoes since mid-April and they hold up well.
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I love the look abs feel of this shoe. I am ordering a second pair (different color). These are the most comfortable under armour shoe I have had and they look sleek. Great colors
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I've spent the last two months beginning my training for a half marathon. I've fallen completely in love with the Velocity Wind. They have just enough support to help me forget about me shoes during my run. I'm a big fan of these. Major recommendation!
Low cost and high quality, very great!
I am a 10.5 U.K. size and Nike fit perfectly, but I had to exchange for a half size up after which fit was fine, so please bear in mind, as that was an inauspicious start.
The shoe is light and comfortable but no more so than Nike Freerunners which have been my running shoe of choice for many years.
The reason I was excited to purchase this shoe and break my Nike habit was the ability to access running data from the Bluetooth chip in the right shoe as I am trying to increase my 5k speed - but frankly it has caused me more pain than joy.
It uses MapMyRun but despite you thinking it connects - sometimes it does; most often it doesn’t. I found I had to delete the app and reload it new every time before every run to stand a chance of working - but on doing this yesterday - it still didn’t work, which has led to me writing this review.
I have to say - when it does work the data is brilliant in helping with cadence; angle of footfall etc but I have now given up on it because frankly the uncertainty is actually spoiling my runs. UA need to sort this out.
So - if you want what they describe as a ‘performance shoe’ yes I think it does help propel you forward a bit but I find Nike Freerunners more comfortable and flexible in the sole.
Buy it for the shoe and not the tech is my biggest piece of advice, as the tech is unreliable; does not sync and simply doesn’t work.
(I hasten to add - I have the most up to date iPhone 12 Pro so it is not the hardware, which works brilliantly with all other Bluetooth connected apps.)
Sorry UA but this has totally put me off developing a new relationship with your shoes, after my leap of faith away from Nike. It’s back to Nike I go, with races coming up soon, despite the fact that I would have LOVED to have seen my race data.
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] This sneaker is one of my favorite running shoes I’ve ever worn. As a flat footed person I felt the sole instantly conform to my feet. My body feels good after runs.