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Zapatillas de entrenamiento UA HOVR™ Rise 2 para hombre

Estilo n.º 3023009
€ 62,97 € 100,00
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Hemos añadido el sistema de retorno de energía de las zapatillas de running con amortiguación UA HOVR al mundo del training. Para que cada burpee, escalera de agilidad, salto al cajón y, en definitiva, cada movimiento sea aún más intenso.
  • Tecnología UA HOVR™ que proporciona una "sensación de gravedad cero" para mantener el retorno de energía y eliminar el impacto
  • Espuma UA HOVR™ en la mediasuela de EVA para ofrecer el equilibrio perfecto entre comodidad y rendimiento
  • Parte superior de malla ligera y resistente a la abrasión con estampado 3D que ofrece durabilidad y transpirabilidad en cualquier entrenamiento
  • Confección de botín flexible para quitar y poner la prenda fácilmente
  • Correa externa que mantiene el pie en su sitio
  • Suela de goma completa para ofrecer la máxima durabilidad y una tracción multidireccional
  • Modelo #: 3023009
  • Compensación: 8 mm
  • Peso: 312 g
  • Producto importado

Resumen De Opinión

41 Valoracions y Reseñas
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Nice smooth shoe

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] This is a great shoe for casual moments. A little tough to put on due to the narrow opening but very comfortable.

Great training shoe

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I've use these shoes for my workout about a month now and I can that these shoes are great quality. They are really comfortable and great support. I would buy these again :)


[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Unbelievable comfort and light weight. I will be looking for other colors to purchase

Love these!!

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] So darn comfortable!! I absolutely love this for all time wear.

Uncomfortable shoe - I ended up throwing

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Uncomfortable shoe - I ended up throwing them. They were very uncomfortable.

greta shoe

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] This shoe fits true to size. There is plenty of room in the fore foot, no cramping in the foot. Very easy to order on-line, and the product actually arrived earlier than expected!!!

HOVR Rise 2

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I've had UA training shoes for the past 7-8 years, going through 1 pair per year. I'm hard on my shoes, as I train 6-7 days per week, with weight training and jumping/explosive movements. While always happy with UA training shoes, the HOVR Rise 2 top the rest. While comfortable and built with durability in mind, most of all I love the secure fit at the top of the foot just below the ankle.

Perfect for Camp Gladiator workouts

My workouts are outside on the pavement. We do everything the description of this shoe talks about. Burpees, ladders/agility, box jumps and much more. I love the these shoes perform. I’m pretty aggressive with my shoes. Lots of quick feet and quick change of direction and these shoe really hug my feet. No slippage whatsoever. Time will tell how well they hold up to the asphalt but so far they’re amazing.

Love them!

These fit true to size in both length and width. Good support in the arch. Very good lateral stability. Love the way these shoes fit and feel. After intense lower body workouts, my feet felt great! I would buy these again.

Under Armour - Men's UA HOVR™ Rise 2 Training Shoe

I'm a woman who ordered the Men's UA HOVR Rise 2 Training Shoe in Black, because my size was out of stock in Women's. The UA size conversion chart was spot on, as my regular women's size 9 converted to a men's size 7.5, and it fits me perfectly. I really like the look of the shoe, and they're not as heavy as my running/walking shoe, so they've been great for my weekly group training classes. Only shortcoming is that there's not much padding in the bottom of the shoe. Maybe that's how training shoes are supposed to be, but I like a bit of cushioning in the bottom of my sneakers.