The Fundamentals - UA Spine chassis technology creates an incredibly light, flexible feel without sacrificing support.
The next test was to take them to my Box and try them out for CrossFit. I had a feeling that their light weight, snug fit, and rigid support would work well for me. We happened to be working on Push and Split Jerks, and the shoes felt great underfoot, allowing me to feel the ground, yet supporting me at the same time. Tabatas of rowing, air squats, pull-ups, and push-ups made me happy I’d worn these – their lightweight comfort never made me feel like my feet were dragging. They didn’t do my pull-ups for me though. :)
This shoe might not work for everyone as a running shoe, as it did for me, though it’s definitely worth trying. I would definitely recommend it as an all-around fitness shoe though – great combination of light weight, support, and ground feel make working out a pleasure.
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