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I read the other reviews on these shoes but loved the look and color and ignored the uncomfortable reviews. I was pleasantly surprised that to find they aren't very stiff nor that hard to put on. I got another pair just to kick around in and get frequent compliments on the black heeled and white forefoot color. In the gym they are stable enough for any heavy lifting and flexible enough for cardio.
I'm a huge Under Armour fan, most of my fitness apparel coming from UA. I've tried on several of its training shoes and I have to say, the Charged Ultimate 2s are by far my favorite training shoes to cross train in, other than the Speedform AMP 1 and 2. Support, traction, and cushioning is amazing and it really hugs your foot. It's hard to put on it initially but its ability to give me confidence to take on any workout makes up for that. I look forward to how the Charged Ultimate 3's are gonna be now.
The UA Charged Ultimate 2.0 might not get as much hype in the cross fitness community as some other shoes but, make no mistake, this is an absolutely remarkable shoe. I wear these for my 3 X per week bootcamp classes. Just an awesome shoe! I love the lateral stability and the feeling of connectedness with the ground. This might not be the greatest shoe for running but it is superb for everything else: weight lifting, stairs, burpees, planks, plyo, squats, lunges, inverted wall press, etc. The shoes are also very comfortable just for walking around. The burrito tongue takes some getting used to but once you have the shoe on it feels terrific. I would definitely buy these again if I need another pair of cross trainers. In my opinion, these are the best shoes on the market for bootcamp or P90X style workouts.
If this was a review about a casual shoe, I would be writing something different. This shoe looks good. However, this is about a performance shoe that can not do any performance movements. I almost twisted my ankle while making a simple cut. My feet slide within the shoe and the heel part of the shoe does now hug the foot the way it should.
I bought this pair because I loved the first edition of the UA Ultimate Training shoe. The first edition were a lot more comfortable and easy to put on. The 2.0's are a little more snug and harder to put on. The traction and durability of the shoe are excellent so far, I like to train in these shoe because of these features. Overall a good shoe, I would purchase them again.
The shoe feels great and performs well in Tennis. However, I took away a star because my high arch makes it hard to put on due to the burrito tongue. The tongue is completely sewn on one side and this makes it very difficult to get the shoe on without the the back of the shoe collapsing as you try to squeeze your heel in. But was my footing firm in the fast starts and stops of Tennis? Yes indeed! But it is always a groan to get them on.
I bought these shoes in hopes of being able to perform athletically in them. A few issues I ran into immediately: 1. The way the lace layout is does not allow the shoes to lace up tight enough for actual athletic use. 2. The laces themselves are low quality. 3. The material on the outside of the shoe, most notably the toe area, is cheap and makes a very uncomfortable fit. Wearing them for a short period of time, it seemed they would tear/crack after a couple of uses. 4.The sole has a terrible design for traction.
Even if you choose to just wear these as casual shoes, the sole inside is rather uncomfortable/not very supportive. You can feel right though it.
I would not recommend this shoe for any use, as it is very cheaply made. Returned the day after receiving them.
These shoes seem a little wider than most of my other UA shoes. They are currently a bit stiff. However i haven't had them long enough to say for certain that it is a problem. Once I have worn them more to workout in then time will tell. They look good on your feet. And I have had quite a few people ask about them. They are about a 4.5 so far. Overall I would say I am happy with my purchase.
I have wide feet, though not so wide that I can't comfortably wear normal-width shoes; I typically just wear a half- to full-size above my true size of 10.5. Knowing that athletic shoes tend to run small, I got these in an 11.5.
Unfortunately they appear to have been fitted for small children, not adults. Wearing a thin athletic sock, I literally cannot get my feet into the shoes without first unlacing them to the bottom eyelet -- and then when I relace them, the burrito tongue is stretched and wrinkled and digs into my instep. Despite this, my feet are unstable in the heel cup, and the heel cuff is stiff enough that it created hotspots after 15 minutes of non-workout wear.
It's entirely possible that the shoe might stretch out and become more comfortable (and easier to get into and out of) after a further break-in period, but the out-of-the-box fit is so bad that I don't want to chance it, let alone try wearing them to the gym.
Swing and a miss, Under Armour.
Given the poor reviews I was worried about purchasing this shoe, but I'm very glad I did. I waited a few workouts before posting a review and the performance is by far the best training shoe that UA has produced. Unlike most other training specific shoes this shoe is not a pain to run in. The bottoms stick to the floor about as good as you could expect without using olympic lifting shoes.The shoe does run narrow but I have a narrow foot as it is. With the burrito tongue I've yet to have a problem with and I'm just not sure if people don't know how to put on a shoe. Hoping UA comes out with a few more color ways cause I'll be sure to buy. Do yourself a favor and try these out