The Under Armour Longshot is Available Now at UA’s Shop

The Under Armour Longshot has finally hit the 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.

To pick up your pair from UA click here.

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  1. Just my opinion….UA should think about keeping their logo off of their shoes. That logo just doesn’t look right on something shaped like a sneaker is. At least make it smaller and keep it on the heel or the tongue. Focus on the designs without the logo being a part of it….think about how many popular 90s bball shoes were designed with the logo being a complete after thought. That’s what they need to go for. They can’t just make a basic looking shoe and throw the logo on it and be done like Nike can(the swoosh looks great on sneakers). UA has proven they can make performers, now they need to make better designs that people will actually buy.

    1. It is a sad truth. Regardless of how the shoe standalone looks, nothing is getting past an ugly logo. UA should at least do without their own logo on Steph’s signatures going forward imo. His logo is pretty good.

      Feel like Adidas got more creative with their logo placement, as well as reduced the size of it (or removed it sometimes) for this very reason. The three stripes in itself isn’t ugly, but got insanely repetitive and seemingly an obstacle to design around because it almost always ate up estate from the midsole to the eyestay, if not some other area where it just stood out way too much.

      Nike’s fortunate they came up with a nice logo that can actually sell shoes. It’s so hard to go wrong with it, although a large enough Jumpman can really ruin a look.

      1. Yeah, agreed on Adidas. For example, I think the Lillard 2 looks great in certain colorways and the only logo is on the tongue.

  2. Very Simple. Instead of making a big arse logo just make them smaller. UA need to steph up their design game.

    1. Yup. The only UA shoe I’ve really seen a lot of was the Curry 2, and that was just a perfect storm of Curry having an all time great run and people wanting his shoe. Their other shoes I see at Marshalls for $40, and that’s it. I bought a pair of Torch IV’s for that, and they’re cool to play in and I personally don’t really care what my performance kicks look like. But most people do. Would love to see UA step up their designs and sell more shoes.

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