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Under Armour Men's HOVR Sonic 3 Running Shoe

$69

Under Armour Men's HOVR Sonic 3 Running Shoe

Product description

NEUTRAL: For runners who need flexibility, cushioning amp; versatility. UA HOVR technology provides 'zero gravity feel' to maintain energy return that helps eliminate impact step after step. Compression mesh Energy Web contains amp; molds UA HOVR foam to give back the energy you put in. DIGITALLY CONNECTED: UA's Record Sensor technology tracks, analyzes amp; stores virtually every running metric so you know exactly what you need to do to get better. Microthread upper dries fast amp; provides a breathable, compression-like fit that delivers lightweight directional strength amp; unmatched comfort to help you go the distance. Unique tongue construction is attached to the footbed by stretchable support wings to maintain a snug fit throughout the foot. External TPU heel counter for additional support amp; structure. Blown rubber under the forefoot is lightweight yet incredibly responsive


From the manufacturer

HOVR Sonic HOVR Guardian HOVR Infinite HOVR Phantom HOVR Rise
HOVR Sonic HOVR Guardian HOVR Infinite HOVR Phantom HOVR Rise
Stability or Neutral Neutral Stability Neutral Neutral Neutral
Ride Almost as light as a tempo shoe but with more cushioning and a smooth transition. Mesh upper and over-lays provides a locked-in feel and stable platform to help guide you into a more efficient stride. Premium response found in HOVR cushioning, bounce, durability and efficiency. Like wrapping your foot in a pillow. Comfort that's super light, molded interior and plush knit collar. HOVR cushioning offers amazing energy retrun and responsiveness.
Mid-sole Drop 8 mm 8 mm 8 mm 8 mm 8 mm
Weight 10 oz 9.5 oz 10.75 oz 10.6 oz 10.8 oz
Recommended for.. Distance runner, road running, track workout, treadmill Distance runners, road running, treadmill Long runs for base and recovery mileage, road running, treadmill Short to mid-distance runs, treadmill and every day wear Cross-fit, in the gym, burpees, box jumps
Digitally Connected YES YES YES YES NO

Under Armour Men's HOVR Sonic 3 Running Shoe

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