Under Armour Unleashes the M-TAG, a New Basketball Shoe

Under Armour Basketball has officially unleashed the UA M-Tag in four colorways.

We’ve seen the shoe before as we reported its release in Mexico. Now,wthe M-Tag has released Stateside.

Retailing at $110, the new budget friendly on-court model features the following product DNA:

  • Compression 2-tone mesh upper with strategic microfiber overlays on toe & heel for protection & support
  • Integrated lace loops are anchored & connected on both sides of the foot for customized fit & locked-in support
  • Die-cut EVA sockliner provides underfoot cushioning & support
  • Compression molded EVA midsole carrier for lateral containment
  • Rubber outsole with unique multi-directional traction pattern for lateral movements & maximum grip
  • Anatomical flex grooves in the forefoot allow for natural flexibility
  • Weight: 11.16 oz.

For those looking for a lightweight hoop shoe that offers traction and court feel, the UA M-Tag should fit the bill.

The shoe is available now at UA.com and we expect to see more team colors releasing very soon.

via UA.com

6 Comments

  1. Sooo is there a reason why under armour has stopped using Micro G in pretty much all of their shoes at this point? There was a time when under armour shoes arguably had the best cusioning in the market. I get that Curry didn’t like it, but what about every other shoe they manufacture. Any reason for this, it just seems odd….

  2. eva for 110, huh? maybe i would’ve went for it for 80.

    Look, ua..many of your shoes go straight to ross. You need people to pay attention to you. You have 2 nice cushions, yet you don’t like to use them, and when u do, you dont use them right. Use old school micro g, or full length hovr that isnt caged too bad, and create a buzz for yourself. Your shoes are on point with everything but cushion. You can do better. I believe in you. just look in that mirror and say “I’m a handsome devil. I can do it. Im worth it.”

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