Verdict from 100+ user reviews

7 reasons to buy

  • Some reviewers claim that the Under Armour Get B Zee is among the best UA shoes in the market today.
  • One buyer loves that this shoe is very affordable.
  • At least one user thinks that the upper is breathable enough to keep the foot dry.
  • Like the Nike LeBron 16, some users say that the shoe is really designed in such a way that makes the shoe so easy to put on.
  • A good number say that this shoe is comfortable.
  • A buyer is amused that one of the colorways of the UA Get B Zee makes it look like the more expensive Curry shoes.
  • A wearer loves that this shoe is able to last long. Buyers are also saying the same about the HOVR Havoc.

2 reasons not to buy

  • One reviewer does not like the design of the tongue.
  • A wearer says that the strap on the ankle collar made the Under Armour Get B Zee look smaller than it really is.

Bottom line

The Under Armour Get B Zee doesn’t have many reviews, but the few reviews that it has are generally positive. There are comments about the shoe’s durability and comfort. There is even one that talks about how it resembles its much more expensive counterparts, making it a really practical gift item.

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Good to know

The Under Armour Get B Zee is powered by the combined goodness of Micro G and Charged. Its outsole has the ubiquitous herringbone for traction. To ensure comfort, the upper is made of textile with perforated leather overlays.

Cushion. The midsole of the Under Armour Get B Zee boasts of the combined powers of the Charged cushioning and Micro G technology, two of Under Armour’s most coveted innovations. This combination dishes out explosive energy returns and high levels of comfort to the wearer.

The shoe also has an OrthoLite sockliner that molds to the shape of the foot. This feature significantly adds to the wearer’s experience of comfort.

Traction. The solid rubber outsole of this shoe from Under Armour features a herringbone pattern that has fairly wide grooves. The tread pattern also has diamond insets that appear to serve as important pivot points, giving the wearer more control over their movements.

Length and Width. The shoe’s fit does not really figure that much in discussions about the Under Armour Get B Zee. With this, there is reason to assume that the shoe has a true-to-size fit.

Lockdown. The UA Get B Zee’s secure lockdown comes from numerous features. It has a webbed loop lacing system that adjusts the shoe’s grasp on the foot. Additionally, the shoe has an adjustable ankle strap. Finally, its textile upper has sturdy quarter panels that help keep the foot in place especially during lateral movements.

The upper of the Under Armour Get B Zee is made of lightweight textile, making it truly breathable and flexible. It has leather overlays that cover the heel and both sides of the midfoot. The leather has perforations to enhance the shoe’s breathability.

To complete the experience of comfort, the shoe has an OrthoLite insole that conforms to the shape of the underfoot. This material also prevents the shoe from getting smelly.

The Under Armour Get B Zee is a mid-top with an asymmetrical cut. It is available in several colorways, one of which bear the official team colors of the Golden State Warriors, which are yellow and blue.

The ankle strap has the company’s wordmark logo debossed on it. UNDER is on the right strap, ARMOUR is on the left.

Under Armour’s renowned logo is prominently printed on the lateral side of each shoe, close to the heel.


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