Tested by the Sneaker Report team last July, the UA Spine RPM was found to be both supportive and flexible. Starting from the top, the breathable mesh upper offers ventilation to keep you cool and dry during runs. The sockliner and collar of the UA Spine RPM are lined with 4D Foam which provides a custom fit and eliminates slipping. UA Spine technology is used in a chassis which offers a light, flexible feel without abandoning support. Meanwhile, the midsole of the UA Spine RPM is further cushioned with Micro G foam, which is encapsulated in the Spine chassis and provides rebound and energy return. Finally, a solid rubber outsole keeps you close to the ground and provides grip, while the UA Spine RPM's carbon rubber heel adds extra durability. Take the UA Spine RPM for a ride today.

Best For: Runners seeking a sneaker with an ideal combination of performance and support

Category: Running
Weight: 9.45 oz
Platform: UA Spine chassis, solid rubber outsole
Construction: Breathable mesh upper with seamless structural support
Release Date: Now available

Key Technologies: UA Spine chassis, Micro G foam cushioning, 4D Foam footbed
Midsole: Micro G foam/UA spine chassis
Outsole: Solid rubber outsole

Best Uses: Street/track running
Fit: True to size


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