Under Armour Men's UA TR Strive II Training Shoes

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Lightweight mesh upper ramps up your breathability and speed by cutting out bulk without losing stability. Full length, low profile ArmourBound midsole works with your natural footstrike to provide maximum comfort, and superior performance, with every stride. Foot-forming 4D Foam sockliner molds to the bottom of the foot for a locked in, comfortable, customized fit. Non-marking, solid rubber outsole with lateral outrigger provides an added layer of stability without sacrificing flexibility. Weight: 8.75 oz..


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Product Title: Under Armour Men's UA TR Strive II Training Shoes

Manufacturer: Under Armour

Lowest Price: $49.99 from Amazon.com Marketplace

Power Score: 4.0 | 8 Reviews


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Product Reviews (8)

great shoe

i usely buy new balence and liked them but read the reveiws and got them. the shoes are so great to have on

By BDHS on Under Armour - May 13, 2013

Great Shoes

I bought these shoes to replace my older, worn out pair of UA shoes (worn out from extensive use). I read the other reviews on these and thought these would be perfect. And they are. They definitely run true to size. I wear an 11.5 and they fit exactly right. If you have a wide foot, you may want to order a half size larger. I'm running a lot more than I was in the past so I needed something that...
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By bdcape19 on Under Armour - Apr 23, 2013

Nice looking, but a bit too narrow

I really like UA products and the last pair of shoes were great. These are a bit too narrow, but not uncomfortably so. I loosened the laces to accommodate the narrowness and that seemed to help and didn't affect my workout. They won't be worn walking around all day though. Just to work out and then back to slightly wider shoes for every day wear. They are a good looking shoe overall.

By IrishDevil on Under Armour - Jan 24, 2013

Insanely good

This shoe is slightly smaller, and more narrow than shoes by other brands, but this is a good thing especially when running or training. You don't want roll, or instability, your shoe should support you - this really does. My feet feel secure, and stable, the pressure on my knees is reduced when training with high impact drills, or running - significantly more than any other shoe I've worn (this...
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By henryb on Under Armour - Jan 3, 2013

Love the look, but it's too narrow

Like several other reviewers have commented, I found this shoe too narrow to wear. I have wider feet and haven't found this to be an issue with sneakers in the past, but this particular shoe was narrow enough to cause pain after a couple hours of wear. Also, the build quality was a bit shoddy. Some of the stitching was coming loose upon arrival. I pulled on the thread to try to break it off, but...
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By wane1024 on Under Armour - Nov 21, 2012

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