Under Armour’s latest 'zero gravity' kicks might just revolutionise your performance on the tracks
These days, it's hard to dissociate technology from anything we live, breathe or walk in. Love it or hate it, it has proven itself to be an integral part of our lives — even improving our body's stamina in our daily workouts.
Introducing Under Armour's latest footwear cushioning HOVR technology (as part of the high performance sportswear label's spring/summer 2018 collection), which is said to provide runners with a zero gravity feel and weight absorption each time their foot hits the ground.
Within the revolutionary technology lies a mesh fabric named the 'Energy Web', that wraps itself around the cushioning core — lending stronger responsiveness and aiding every stride to feel lighter and more effortless. Think less impact and fatigue as you cover your evening route. We definitely like the sound of that.
Choose from two different running styles — the UA HOVR Phantom, which sports a knit construction and a chic sock-like collar, and the UA HOVR Sonic, an everyday trainer with a breathable knit body. The former caters to wearers who run casually, while the latter boasts a supportive pair for serious long-distance runners.
Feeling a little rusty on your miles? These stylish shoes might just be the motivation you need to get back on track.
The UA HOVR Phantom and HOVR Sonic are now available in stores.