Under Armour Running Shoes Reviews

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Weight
9.85 oz.
Drop
8 mm.
Category
Cushioning
“The Under Armour Gemini 3 is a lightweight trainer that brings speed and responsiveness. These shoes are great for tempo and fartlek runs.” Read expert review
Michael Mason-D'Croz
Long distance runner, shoe expert.
Weight
10.40 oz.
Drop
8 mm.
Category
Cushioning
“The Under Armour SpeedForm Gemini 2 is a neutral daily trainer featuring sleek fitting upper and a sole with dash of support. It delivers a unique fit with a responsive ride at a slightly high price...” Read expert review
Frank May
Fast Runner, Triathlete and Engineer
Weight
9.80 oz.
Drop
10 mm.
Category
Cushioning
“The Under Armour Charged Bandit 2 is a cushioned trainer that is made to log high miles. At a modest price, these shoes check off nearly every box any runner could want.” Read expert review
Michael Mason-D'Croz
Long distance runner, shoe expert.
Weight
10 oz.
Drop
8 mm.
Category
Cushioning
“The Under Armour Speedform Slingride is a daily trainer best suited for casual runners and gives your feet a tight fit with a woven and breathable upper in a sleek package.” Read expert review
Frank May
Fast Runner, Triathlete and Engineer
Weight
6.5 oz.
Drop
mm.
Category
Lightweight
“The Under Armour Speedform Apollos are lightweight low to mid distance trainers that come from a unique design environment. Under Armour translated a few clothing design techniques into shoe...” Read expert review
Frank May
Fast Runner, Triathlete and Engineer
Weight
6.25 oz.
Drop
mm.
Category
Stability
“The Charge RC 2 is a super-breathable, light stability shoe with fantastic traction and responsiveness, but can feel rigid underfoot.” Read expert review
Brian O'Connor
Running Expert
Weight
6 oz.
Drop
mm.
Category
Lightweight
“The Speedform RC is an ambitious effort within the minimalist market, but is not without its limitations” Read expert review
Brian O'Connor
Running Expert