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The Under Armour Anatomix Spawn Low comes in the Micro G midsole and insole for responsiveness and comfort. The outsole features a solid rubber with herringbone pattern and flex grooves for multidirectional footwork. The combination of fuse and mesh in the upper delivers a snug, anatomical, and breathable fit.
Though the Micro G is beyond satisfactory, wearers want a variety of cushioning when it comes to performance. As a change, they can try the 6th Stephen Curry low-top signature shoe. It boasts the one-piece HOVR cushioning. With these, wearers can compare and pick their favorite.
Cushion. The Under Armour Anatomix Spawn Low boasts the Micro G cushioning technology. The Micro G is thinner and lighter than a standard midsole foam. The foam makes wearers experience court feel and absorbs impact upon landing. For step-in comfort, these low-top basketball shoes also come with a Micro G insole.
Traction. Just like its mid-top predecessor, the Under Armour Anatomix Spawn Low comes with a herringbone traction pattern. The pattern and the depth of the grooves provide maximum floor control.
Length and Width. The Anatomix Spawn Low is reported to be manufactured with standard Under Armour measurements. However, there are reports that the shoe runs small. Therefore, new buyers are advised to go half a size up or fit the shoe prior to the purchase.
Lockdown. The Under Armour Anatomix Spawn Low uses the standard lacing system. The ankle collar is padded for a comfortable fit. To prevent slippage, the shoe comes with TPU at the midsole.
The Under Armour Anatomix Spawn Low has a mesh upper with fuse overlays. Its anatomical design gives the foot a snug fit without pinching.
The Under Armour Anatomix Spawn Low comes in a one-of-a-kind color blocking. The Under Armour logos are kept small, and they are located on the forefoot, lateral side, and outsole.
The Under Armour Anatomix Spawn Low comes in basic colorways as listed below:
- Black/Metallic Silver
- Bolt Orange/Blue Jet
- Classic Green/High Vis Yellow
- Electric Blue/Caspian
- Forest Green/Hyper Green
- Graphite/Blaze Orange
- Graphite/Forest Green
- Graphite/Midnight Navy
- Graphite/Team Royal
- Midnight Navy/High Vis Yellow
- Midnight Navy/Red
- Steel/Forest Green
- Steel/Midnight Navy
- Steel/Team Orange
- Steel/Team Royal
- Steel/Tropic Pink
- White/Forest Green
- White/Metallic Silver
- White/Midnight Navy
The Under Armour Anatomix Spawn Low also has a few special colorways. Some of them are briefly described below:
Under Armour Anatomix Spawn Low Brandon Jennings PE
Brandon Jenning’s Under Armour Anatomix Spawn Low player exclusive is inspired by his “No Excuses.” mindset. This black sneaker for basketball comes with accents of red and white. It features a personalized logo for Jennings, which is composed basically of his initials that are interlocked with his jersey number 3.
Under Armour Anatomix Spawn Low x EA Sports
As a nod to the NBA Live video game series, the EA Sports colorway features a navy and teal mix on the upper with contrasting red and white accents throughout. The Under Armour Anatomix Spawn Low x EA Sports was first seen on Stephen Curry’s feet during a practice in 2014.
Under Armour Anatomix Spawn Low Kent Bazemore PE
It is not only Stephen Curry from the Golden State Warriors who gets special treatment from Under Armour. Former GSW guard Kent Bazemore was also treated with three colorways of the shoe model. Blue, silver, and yellow pair were released. They obviously honor GSW’s team colors.
Under Armour Anatomix Spawn Low Showcase Edition
Chosen high school students from Charlotte, North Carolina got a special colorway called the Showcase Edition. It is reported to be the most appealing colorway of the Under Armour Anatomix Spawn Low. The white shoelaces, UA logo, and outsole rubber have a nice contrast with the shoe’s bold electric blue and purple upper.