Men's UA Charged Commit 2 Training Shoes

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Mens UA Charged Commit 2 Training Shoes
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Product DNA

  • Lightweight mesh upper delivers complete breathability
  • Dual-external heel counter hugs for your foot for added stability
  • Leather, mid-foot saddle provides comfortable support
  • Cushioned sockliner moulds to the shape of your foot, eliminating slippage & providing ideal underfoot comfort
  • Charged Cushioning® midsole absorbs impact & converts it into a responsive burst
  • Full rubber outsole with strategically placed flex grooves for multi-surface traction & superior flexibility
  • Offset: 8 mm
  • Weight: 301 g
  • Imported
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Review Summary

30 Reviews
4.1

Size

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Performance

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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

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.

Vorgängermodell nicht Empfehlenswert

Herren Trainingsschuhe UA Commit diese Bewertung bezieht sich auf das anscheinende Vorgänger Modell. Farbe: schwarz weiß Größe: 44 am 30 März 2018 gekauft, leider zuspät für eine Rückgabe. Hatte bei diesen Schuh Fußschmerzen links, hat sehr lange gedauert bis ich festgestellt habe es lag an diesen Schuh, da der Hacken links innen die Stütze sehr stark nachgegeben hatte.

Not the most comfortable shoe

Granted, I just received these shoes and have only worn them a couple of times but they don't fell like other UA shoes I've owned. The fit is good but the feel isn't.

Friction rub on ankles

Unfortunately these did. It work out well for me. The shoelace eyelits rubbed on the insides of my ankle bones and it made the shoe very uncomfortable.

Decent lifting shoe

The shoe for every day wear is not comfortable enough. To wear to the gym is great if you are not running. They are stiff and good for lifting weights. I have added insoles hoping it will improve comfort.

Not sure on them

Looks wise they’re a solid 9/10. But comfort not so great, and that is rare for under armour. The sizing is spot on but they’re just not that comfortable which isn’t good for the gym or training.

new under armour shoes

I bought these shoes and have only tried them on so far. They are a good fit and look good on. I bought them mainly as a replacement for the training shoes I already have which are under armour but I don't think I'll be needing to use these for a while as my originals just keep on going. I have been impressed with under armour training shoes since I started using them as I do a bit of HIIT training and the Nike ones I had been using frayed at the same area on the front every time. I had to take my Nike's back and replace them twice, so at the third time I chose under armour instead and they haven't let me down.

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.

Training shoe

Taking some time to “break in” but otherwise comfortable