Zapatillas de entrenamiento UA TriBase™ Reign para hombre

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Estilo n.º 3021289
€ 83,97 € 120,00
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En el gimnasio, todos necesitamos sentir el mejor contacto con el suelo. Cada serie, cada levantamiento y cada entrenamiento del día se construyen desde la base. La tecnología UA TriBase™ aumenta el control del suelo con tres puntos de contacto para ofrecerte una base estable de perfil bajo que, además, te permite flexionar el pie con total naturalidad.
  • Diseñadas para los entrenamientos más intensos con material antidesgarros y malla duradera que ofrecen una sujeción ligera y resistencia total a la abrasión
  • UA TriBase en la suela exterior para maximizar el contacto con el suelo donde el pie más lo necesita, lo que proporciona una flexibilidad ascendente superior y favorece un movimiento natural, y una flexibilidad descendiente para un mayor agarre al levantar pesas
  • Contratacón exterior para una mayor estabilidad y sujeción en el talón
  • Mediasuela de espuma Micro G® para una amortiguación y una respuesta máximas
  • Suela exterior de goma completa que envuelve la zona media y lateral para ofrecer una gran durabilidad y aumentar la resistencia a la abrasión con un agarre en la zona media para trepar por cuerdas
  • Goma colocada estratégicamente bajo la puntera para aumentar la potencia de agarre del suelo
  • Confección baja para ofrecer una transferencia de potencia mayor
  • Plantilla no extraíble
  • Compensación: 2 mm
  • Peso: 292 g
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Resumen De Opinión

44 Valoracions y Reseñas
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This shoe is Awesome

Great shoe for cross training and everyday wear. The fit, the style, heal to toe drop, these shoes are the real deal!

Significantly different from their predecessor.

My daughter and son-in-law gifted me with the Reign's predecessor training shoe about a year ago so that I would have plenty of stability during my weight training regimen. They provided that, but also sufficient flexibility for me to follow-up 30-minutes' brisk walk and an inclined treadmill. My dogs never barked. The TriBase Reign is significantly stiffer. That's good news for someone deadlifting umpty ump pounds and they work well for me in the weight training part of my workout. But now I must tote along a second pair of shoes for my walking regimen. One session in the Reigns and I'd blistered my Achilles tendon area and was experiencing an ache along the base of my instep. Hence my mixed-bag review. If you solely are looking for a stiff soled, stable, good looking trainer -- these are that and maybe more, I'll find out. But try walking and the dogs will growl and howl.

Very uncomfortable shoes

They look good but are the most uncomfortable shoes I have ever bought. The shoes rubbed the back of my heels raw, literally bleeding.

Tough to put on!

Very comfortable shoe but very tough to put on. Tight in the middle of the shoe. I need to purchase a shoe horn.

Schuhe

Bin mit dem Schuh zufrieden, einzig das Fußbett könnte noch besser sein.

Runs Small

All my casual wear shoes are UA so I figure I could wear these for CrossFit in place of the Metcons. After my first wear, I had blisters on the back on my heel/achilles because the shoes are very tight and rub. I could not wear them for the second workout due to blisters/cuts on my achilles. I am having to double over my socks to pad my heel so they will not rub. I am through a full week of wear and hope there is a break-in period that I have to get through for these.. The sole of the shoe is fine but the arch to the heel is tight fitting. This is not a problem I have with Metcons in the same size.

No Lateral Stability

I wore these through bodybuilding, HIIT, and Crossfit workouts. They are comfortable and stable for the bigs lifts like squats, deadlifts, bench and versatile enough for most HIIT. They fell flat with jumping rope —single and double unders. They hurt so bad and my foot cramped so much I finished the workout in socks. I think the cause is the complete lack of lateral (side to side) stability in the shoe. These are good looking shoes and it’s nice to have an UA option for functional fitness training. I am looking forward to buying the next generation with the hopes the lateral stability gets addressed.

Lacks Comfort

I’m a huge UA fan. In fact, if I’m not at the firehouse you’ll most likely see me decked out from head to toe in UA gear. I was pumped when these were released and bought them as soon as they were available. They rubbed quite a bit on the inner arch of my feet, leaving me with blisters. I thought maybe there was just a “breaking in” period or something. Have given these shoes multiple tries and continue to get the same result...blistered arches at the end of every workout. Pros: they look great, get compliments on them all the time. Super grippy sole that allows for aggressive cuts/maneuvers while training. Buuuut, my feet feel miserable after use. That’s just been my personal experience with these.

Not worth the money

Too expensive for what it is. I really wanted to like these shoes but Underarmour let me down.

Not a happy customer

Overall disappointing as I was the case with a second pair of shoes in my recent order. These reminded me of the quality of training shoes from years ago - not good for this price. Poor fit and won't stand up to any serious training but then maybe they were just designed for show although when you do get to see them for real I'm not sure that they are good for that either.