The evolution of UA running is here, meet the Under Armour Spine Evo.

In 2012, Under Armour enhanced their proprietary Micro G cushioning by adding Spine technology to the UA Spine RPM. By encasing the soft, responsive foam in a sleek, supportive chassis, Spine adds long-lasting structure that is highly flexible and lightweight. Now, the Spine runner has been given an upgrade in the form of the Under Armour Spine Evo.

The Under Armour Spine Evo's upper might look complicated, but it's far from it. It includes a breathable layer of mesh which is supported by seamless overlays and a TPU heel counter for the ideal balance of lockdown and comfort. Like most UA shoes, the Under Armour Spine Evo features a 4D Foam sockliner and collar, which mimics memory foam and conforms to the wearer's foot over time.

Down below, highly responsive Micro G cushioning is supported by the lightweight Spine chassis. The result is a springy, low to the ground feel that moves naturally. Finally, a unique traction pattern adds grip in the areas runners need it most.

Category: Running

Weight: 8.25 oz
Construction: Mesh upper with seamless synthetic overlays
Release date: Available now

Key technologies: UA Spine chassis, Micro G foam cushioning
Best for: Runners looking to stand out with performance and design in a lightweight package
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