Chaussures d'entraînement UA Charged Commit 2 pour homme

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Nº réf.  3022027
€ 80,00
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ADN du produit

  • Tige en mesh légère pour une respirabilité optimale
  • Double contrefort externe au talon épousant le pied pour plus de stabilité
  • Plastron en cuir sur le milieu du pied offrant un maintien confortable
  • Semelle intérieure rembourrée qui épouse la forme du pied, antidérapante et offrant un confort idéal
  • Semelle intermédiaire Charged Cushioning® qui absorbe les chocs et les convertit en retour d'énergie
  • Semelle extérieure en caoutchouc dotée de rainures de flexion stratégiquement placées pour une adhérence multisurfaces et une flexibilité supérieure
  • Différentiel talon-pointe : 8 mm
  • Poids : 300 g
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Récapitulatif Des Opinions

18 Avis
3.8

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Performance

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Stiff upper, runs a little big

I first purchased these and realized immediately they are slightly large. I usually wear a 10 in brooks and other shoes. These are also a 10 and feel as though i need a 9.5. I float in them a little. The upper edge around the ankles is stiff but i am sure will break in. Its only been a couple weeks so i really dont know how long they will hold up yet. I do use them 3-4 days per week for cross training (jumping, running, lifting weights, agility, etc...). Toe box is a little wide for my feet and thats good for me as i dont like tight fitting shoes around the toes. Sole seems to be well made but insoles will help build the arch and provide support, i would def recommend an insole.

Quality

I love UA - stylish, high quality shoes and apparel.

Bonnes chaussures de training

1 ère achat UnderArmor: Chaussures très confortables, respirantes , bon amorti, taille bien... Très bon rapport qualité prix

A Great Shoe Purchase

This is a very comfortable and high quality shoe! It is built to perform and looks really nice too. Since I just purchased them, I cannot comment on durability so I'll leave that out but say that the construction of the shoe feels like it is going to last!

Too painful to wear

The design of these shoes is completely flawed. The shoelaces have metal eyelets on the inside and the tongue of the shoe is not wide enough to cover these so you have metal rubbing up against your foot. Not sure what UA was thinking but I have only had the shoes for 5 days and I can't wear them anymore. They are just too painful

Disappointed in quality

Love this show. Outside still looks new but the top of the inner back on the heel is wearing. I alternate this shoe with 2 other pairs so it’s not even worn everyday. Disappointed in the quality.

Training shoe

Taking some time to “break in” but otherwise comfortable

Can't even wear them

I've never had any issues ordering under armour shoes online but these ones are a complete waste of money. I can't even wear them because they dig into my ankles. I tried breaking up the ankle area a little bit but no luck. The first time wearing them I took my dog on a short walk and they made my ankle bleed. I can't return them with blood on them now so that's why they are a complete waste.

Great support for cross training

Pretty impressed with these shoes. Stable, great grip on sole so minimum slipping. Love the colors of the grey and white with pink sole. Definite recommend for training not running given its rigid.

Longer than other UA shoes

These shoes have fantastic support and great grip. Very stable base allow for a multitude of uses. Use for cross training, jump rope, body weight exercises, battle ropes and sandbag work. They are a bit narrower and longer than previous UA shoes. I am a 12 in most other brands and a 12.5 in UA, but I have a full thumb width at the toe, but they almost snug at the body where they lace up. Fabric between the body and toe guard can bunch at times. Love the feel, but worries if I go down to 12 they would be too narrow.