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It fits perfectly and it’s very comfortable. My feet usually get hurt when i wear a new pair of shoes but this one it didn’t. I love it!
I’m an avid runner and usually run in Brooks shoes. The HOVR Machida’s are a great shoe to run in they’re just a little bit heavier than my Brooks. No matter though because these are also a great shoe that I use at the gym for weightlifting and they also provide the great cushion and low ankle support I need for speed and agility training. The MapMyRun Bluetooth feature worked perfectly on my test run. There is nothing wrong with these shoes for running. I’m just partial to the weight of my Brooks. But the HOVRs are part of my everyday fitness regime and even add style to my casual outfits. I’d buy these again for sure. Also if you’re a first responder or military/veteran, don’t forget to sign up for IdMe and get a discount! Thanks Under Armour!
Its not a soft and forgiving shoe for easy long runs. It's hard, stiff and is forcing you to keep a high cadence, short stride length and overall fast pace landing on your forefoot. If you do this, it rewards you with high energy return.
But once you get tired and cannot keep up it punish you hard. It literally sucks up the energy from your steps and feels as a very heavy shoe (even though it's the lightest shoe i own). It also punish heel landings
I got two pairs of these in different colors. I love them. They're really lightweight and connect easily to the UA app. The blue ones I got really pop (visually) and I love that. I don't know about durability yet, but otherwise, I'm happy.
This shoe is over the top the most comfortable running shoe ever moo no
I am a stock owner of UA, so naturally I have a lot of UA gear, this shoe is one of the worst UA running shoe I have had. I think they went for looks only because they missed comfort completely. Two weeks into using them, they still hurt around the side of the arch and in that area it feels unusually hard. The shoe laces are cool looking too, but they are too spongy so it makes it harder to get them tied tight to your liking. I can't speak to the electronics on them as I have no intent on using it. I recommend buying a lower tier UA running shoe as it will be more comfortable and save you some cash too.
I don’t think Under Armour shoes are for me. This is my second pair, and they just don’t fit me the way they should. I found this pair narrow in the toe box and too loose by my heel. I was able to tighten them enough to prevent heel slippage, but around mile 150, I think they wore out to a point that I couldn’t do that anymore. My soles are beat up, perhaps not as bad as anyone else who made similar complaints, but far more than I’d think for 250 miles. I can usually get 350 miles from similarly priced shoes from competitors. Yesterday, during a 6 miler, I decided I’d had enough. Both of my Achilles ached, and my feet were in pain by mile four, not usual for me. The cushioning and spring that were evident when I took these shoes out of the box are no longer present, especially in the front/toe area. They certainly look nice, and they were good for 50 miles, acceptable until about 150, and bad after that.
Extremely comfortable shoe, durable and good looking
I've put about 160 or so miles on these shoes. For my first 50 miles, I had this uncomfortable pain on my left pinky toe when doing runs over 5 miles. Switching out to thinner socks helped a lot. As far as performance goes, I use these shoes mostly for easy runs. I'm currently doing around 70-80 mpw (mostly base mileage), but I've put these shoes in my rotation quite a bit. I've used them for tempo runs and felt more on the sluggish side. If anyone has ever ran in a true lightweight carbon plated shoe, you should know exactly what I'm talking about. I think if this shoe lost a little more weight, it could be a good tempo shoe. Durability is not bad (at least for me - 5'8" 163 lbs). I feel like I could get 400 miles from the outsole.
Do you make a wide version? Do you make a wide. Do you make a wide