Profile of the Under Armour HOVR Havoc 2

The Under Armour HOVR Havoc 2 is designed to eliminate impact as you run, cut, jump, and land on the hardwood. These mid-top basketball shoes make use of UA's HOVR technology for ultimate comfort and support. The lightweight textile upper provides form-fitting support and also allows the feet to breathe.

The HOVR Havoc 2 is also equipped with a compression mesh Energy Web that contains the HOVR foam for heightened energy return.

Who will like the Under Armour HOVR Havoc 2? Endorsed by Joel Embiid, Mo Bamba, and Dennis Smith Jr., the UA HOVR Havoc 2 is designed for all players despite their size and skillset. Hoopers looking for a light yet supportive basketball shoe will enjoy the HOVR Havoc II's form-fitting materials. They will also appreciate the 'zero gravity feel' of the HOVR cushion. 


Cushion. These mid-top basketball shoes feature the HOVR technology that maintains energy return and provides a 'zero gravity feel.'  The HOVR foam is designed to eliminate hard impact when making explosive moves to the basket.

For all-day energy, the HOVR Havoc 2 utilizes a compression mesh Energy Web that molds and contains the HOVR foam. A midfoot TPU shank is also present for added lateral stability.

These UA shoes also come with a die-cut EVA sockliner that provides added cushioning and support.

Traction. The second UA HOVR Havoc makes use of a durable rubber outsole with a herringbone traction pattern for maximum grip and control on any court surface.

Closure. For a secure and locked-in fit, these basketball shoes employ a half-bootie lining and webbed lacing system. The half-bootie lining utilizes a traditional tongue construction for a customized fit and easy entry.


The Under Armour HOVR Havoc 2 makes use of a molded textile upper that offers increased comfort and breathability. The lightweight upper is designed to hug the foot and deliver form-fitting support. The mesh tongue provides increased airflow to keep the foot cool and comfortable.


The HOVR Havoc 2 features a flexible upper that provides the support of a mid-top and the mobility of a low-top. The lightweight upper also has perforations for added style and breathability.

Under Armour branding is positioned on the tongue and towards the back of the compression mesh Energy Web.

Special Colorways of the Under Armour HOVR Havoc 2

The HOVR Havoc 2 from Under Armour is available in a wide range of vibrant color options.

  • Academy/Lime Light
  • Beta/Halo Grey
  • Black/Black
  • Black/Lime Light
  • Black/White
  • Forest Green/Phosphor Green
  • Harbor Blue/Teal Rush
  • Kinetic Purple/Beta Red
  • Mod Grey/White
  • Onyx White/Beta
  • Outpost Green/Beta Red
  • Purple/Peach Plasma
  • Red/Glow Orange
  • Royal/Capri
  • Taxi/High Vis Yellow
  • Teal Vibe/Teal Rush
  • Team Orange/Glow Orange
  • White/Halo Grey

Comparison between the Under Armour HOVR Havoc and Under Armour HOVR Havoc 2

The UA HOVR Havoc and UA HOVR Havoc 2 provide a similar playing experience on the hardwood. Both these Under Armour basketball shoes are designed to accommodate the broadest range of playing styles. However, the stand out features of the Under Armour HOVR Havoc 2 are the full-length HOVR foam, higher midsole, new propulsion plate, and lower-profile cut. All of these updates make the HOVR Havoc II a more versatile basketball shoe.

Facts / Specs

Weight: 312g
Top: Mid
Lockdown: Lace-Up
Features: Ankle support
Colorways: Blue / Black / Red / Green / Yellow / Grey / Orange / Purple / White / Pink
SKUs: 302205050 / 3022050001 / 3022050002 / 3022050003 / 3022050101 / 3022050102 / 3022050404 / 3022050600 / 3022050601 / 3022657107

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Dimitrije Curcic
Dimitrije Curcic

Dimitrije Curcic has been playing basketball for over 22 years. Like Manu Ginobili, he’s a left-hander whose moves led him to a better career-shooting percentage than the Argentine himself. After playing professionally for 10 years, Dimitrije moved to coaching for two seasons before he became a basketball statistician for StatScore, and FanSided contributor for the San Antonio Spurs. Dimitrije loves to tell hoop stories through numbers and graphics and has been featured on Fansided, FiveThirtyEight, Eurohoops, and TalkBasket among the others.