By now, we've seen numerous forms of the ultra-high top Under Armour Charge BB basketball sneaker designed for lockdown ankle support. Now, for ballers who are looking for a little less "articulation" (as UA calls it), there's a low-top version of the shoe, the UA Charge BB Low, that Kemba Walker debuted back in February.

Despite its "Low" title, the shoe seems to have more of a mid-top construction. Either way, it isn't as prevalent as the standard model. The shoe is highlighted by an articulated heel that keeps the foot in place without restricting movement, paired with a two-piece synthetic upper for a custom fit. Like its high-top counterpart, the Charge BB Low is housed on a plush Micro G midsole for lightweight cushioning, along with a clear rubber outsole designed for quick movements.


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