Men's UA Jet Basketball Shoes

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Style # 3022051
€ 80,00
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Product DNA

  • Moulded & perforated leather & textile upper for breathability & support
  • Durable TPU overlay is abrasion resistant & helps maintain shape
  • Internal heel counter for locked-in support & fit
  • Internal bootie construction for a secure, comfortable fit
  • Die-cut EVA sockliner provides underfoot cushioning & support
  • Compression-moulded EVA midsole delivers a lightweight & responsive ride
  • Internal midfoot shank provides added support to help prevent the foot from rolling over
  • Rubber outsole with unique traction pattern for lateral movements & maximum grip
  • Weight: 312 g
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Review Summary

3 Reviews
2.7

Sore balls of the foot

My 6th grade son has played a few practices and a game. His feet hurt in these shoes on the ball of the foot. He thought he had to break them in but no the pain is very sore. There is no padding in the shoe especially at the ball of the shoe. This has taught my son who hates to shop to purchase shoes more carefully next time. This is the last pair of Under Armour for this house!

A head turner, Nice shoes for Bball

Bought these in electric blue for my 10 y/o son in size 8. Became worried about how flat they looked at the front toe area and tried them on myself (I'm 9-9.5 womens) and they fit perfectly. The toes do not pinch at all..plus that area of the shoe is roomy width wise. The laces can go all the way up to above the ankle area and that was a bit uncomfortable so my son leaves out the top lace hole and it gives good ankle support. Overall, the shoe seems quite sturdy but cant say much about how it stands up to wear and tear...its only been 2 months but so far its holding up very well.

Pressure on toes

There's too much material pressing pressure around the top part of the toes. There's no toe room above the toes. Looking at the shoes from the side there's a acute angle that squishes the toes. Hurts to walk in.