Who should buy the Under Armour Charged Escape 2
- A solid daily trainer for building slow shorter runs or even long distance sessions.
- Recommended for road and asphalt runners who are neutral pronators and want a stylish shoe for daily running.
Updates to the Under Armour Charged Escape 2
- Features a form-fitting upper construction and a bevy of colorways to individualize comfort and flair.
- Charged Cushioning serves as the midsole unit of this product.
- Contact points of the external pad are covered with a rubber compound that is highly resistant to wear-and-tear.
Reliable traction over surfaces
The outsole unit of the Under Armour Charged Escape 2 makes use of a rubber that is highly resistant to abrasion. Its job is to protect the midsole from wear-and-tear. It is also responsible for providing traction over the surfaces.
Flex grooves allow the forefoot section of the platform to be more adherent to the natural bending of the foot as it gears itself for the toe-off.
Charged Escape 2 delivers smooth and speedy ride
The rounded heel construction aims to even out the foot landings, guiding the transition smoothly and speedily.
The midsole unit makes use of the Charged Cushioning, one of Under Armour’s proprietary technologies. Two layers of this foam are used in this shoe: a firm one in the heel and a soft in the forefoot.
Steady foot-strike and springy liftoff
This arrangement allows the foot to feel a steady foot-strike and a springy liftoff. A Micro G sockliner is placed right above the primary cushioning unit.
It’s molded to take the shape of the contours of the underfoot, thereby giving support to areas that don’t usually get any attention.
Secure yet breathable coverage
A knitted fabric is used for the upper unit of the Under Armour Charged Escape 2. It is designed to offer a secure yet breathable coverage.
The softness of the material aims to avert skin irritation or blistering.
The SpeedForm configuration involves a form-accommodating façade that holds the foot in place and prevents it from wobbling at any point of the activity.
An external counter helps the rest of the upper unit in locking the heel in place and preventing it from exiting the foot-chamber unintentionally.