Latest Under Armour Shoe Reviews
Check out all our Under Armour shoe reviews, everything from Under Armour’s running shoes, to their training shoes to all of their performance basketball shoes. You should also check out our list of the top available Under Armour basketball shoes.
Bets Under Armour Basketball Shoe
Under Armour Curry 9The Curry 9 is a gem of a performance basketball shoe. The shoe features Under Armour’s Flow cushioning/ traction system (as does the Curry 8). Flow offers great impact protection and a seamless ride from heel to toe. It feels almost like a running shoe that has been beefed up to be able to play basketball in them. The Curry 9 also features an improved and more supportive upper as well as a more solid torsional plate in the midfoot.
Bets Under Armour Training Shoe
UA HOVR Apex 2If you need a shoe that can go from the weights to box jumps to lateral drills to turf training, the UA HOVR Apex 2 is a solid do everything shoe. Heck, the Apex 2 can even handle an outdoor basketball game or two (lateral forefoot containment would be the weak point on court).
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Under Armour History
Under Armour was founded on September 25, 1996 by Kevin Plank. Plank, at the time, was a 24-year-old former special teams captain of the University of Maryland football team and started the company in his grandmother’s basement. Once Under Armour found success they moved to Tide Point in Baltimore.
Under Armour was created because Plank, who played football at the University of Maryland, wanted to upgrade the practice gear to improve performance and comfort for the athletes. The first innovation Under Armour became known for was a T-shirt made with a moisture-wicking synthetic fabric to be worn under the player’s pads to keep athletes cool, dry, and light.
Since then, Under Armour has become one of the leading athletic footwear and apparel brands in the world and signed such athletes as Stephen Curry, Tom Brady, Joel Embiid and even celebrities like Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.