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To find your foot measurement closely trace your entire foot onto a piece of paper and measure from heel to toe. If your measurement is between chart numbers, we recommend sizing up. Be sure you’re putting your full weight on your foot while tracing. Please note: for the best results, measuring later in the day is recommended.
We created this easy-to-use sizing chart so that finding the right size shoes for your kids won’t be a workout in itself. *Due to the metric/imperial conversions, there will be some instances where two US sizes will equal one UK size or one CM size.
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Comfortable shoe for wearing all day, I haven't actually run in them yet. I haven't experienced any squeaking others have.
I have enjoyed the under armour products for a while now but these are the first shoes I have bought. I have enjoyed running with them and they are incredibly light and comfy
I don't know about you, but I wear a size 14 Wide. So shoes that are my size are few and far between, especially at a reasonable price.
And then i found the men's micro g pursuit. Probably one of the best shoes I've bought that fit well especially at the given price point. They're comfortable, they fit my arches perfectly.
I am disappointed with the UA quality in this shoe. Both shoes, every step they squeak. It's very annoying and loud enough people look at you while walking.
My first pair of UA trainers were a pair of assert 6, I found the micro g technology very comfortable keeping my feet from rolling inwards and giving enough support. I usually wear a size 11 with most brands, but after reading various reviews I decided to go for 11.5 and they were a perfect fit.
I decided to go for the pursuit trainers because I can wear them for training and they look great with a pair of jeans, they are slightly bigger than I expected but still really comfortable an 11 would have been too narrow I think. Very happy with my purchase.
I have pretty wide feet but even a women’s double wide usually runs considerably narrow so I decided to try a men’s shoe.I usually wear a women’s 9.5-10 so I bought a men’s 8. These are super comfortable with a very wide bed in the front of the shoe. They’re very lightweight too. They’re also very neutral in support so if you’re like me with a very high arch, you may want to use your own inserts with them. All things considered, I love them! It’d be really cool if they had a bigger color selection. I’d probably order several more.
Good gear, dubious about spending more money on products i had no history using but these do everything they should and further down the line will invest in a more expensive pair as my confidence in the product is now there. Will invest in their rugby boots now too.
Great shoes. The design has a clean and understated almost minimal look. The fit is slender and well padded giving excellent comfort. Out on the road these shoes were supportive with good flex. Recommended.
I usually wear a 4E or 3E from other brands, yet I have wanted to try a UA shoe. I was a pair of UA Charged Ultimate 2.0 earlier in my first ArmourBox, and with a medium width, I could not fit my foot inside! My second ArmourBox had a pair of these in Anthracite/Black in size 4E. My first thought was how sharp they looked. While the insole is glued in (I could probably carefully remove it), I didn't need to as my 3/4 orthotics snugly fit. They are light and comfortable and breathable. The mesh forms to my foot, and I wore them in a drizzle/light rain without a problem on a short walk, however I would not wear them on the trail or in wet conditions as is.
They are exactly as they are described: NEUTRAL: For runners who need a balance of flexibility & cushioning. They are not designed for Stability nor Motion Control, and they are not rigid. If you have messed up feet with low arches or surgically repaired feet, or wear orthotics, you know what I'm talking about.
I wear them for light training and walking, as I am not a runner. I think the Anthracite/Black looks great, I can wear them to work, and not look like I am wearing a sneaker.