The Under Armour Longshot has finally hit the UA.com online shop for $100 in three colorways — Gray Matter, Black, and Blue Drift. Sizes 7 to 15 are available.
The Under Armour Longshot utilizes what the brand is calling an “ultra-durable” fused mesh upper combined with a soft leather ankle collar and quarter panels. The asymmetrical eyestays and webbed lacing system should, according to Under Armour, eliminate excess material and buckling. There is an external TPU heel counter in place, as well as TPU overlays for abrasion resistance.
The shoe features a Charged cushioning sockliner above a full-length Micro G midsole carriage. Beneath the heel and forefoot, within the midsole, are Charged cushioning units. This is an interesting set up that is the opposite of what UA usually does; as of late, the sockliner has been Micro G and the cushioning underfoot Charged. And yet, UA seems to slowly be bringing back Micro G — the Gemini 3 uses a Micro G heel unit, and the ClutchFit Drive 3 used a full-length Micro G foam layer.
Torsional rigidity is taken care of by an injection TPU midsole shank. To help you get around, a multi-directional organic herringbone outsole is featured underfoot.
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