Verdict from 8.1 hours of research from the internet

7 reasons to buy

  • A few wearers are happy that the Under Armour Lockdown 2 is wide-foot friendly.
  • These basketball shoes are durable and are even water resistant according to a handful of buyers. Players are also praising UA’s HOVR Havoc for its durability.
  • Many users are highly satisfied with these Under Armour basketball shoes. They are claiming that the UA Lockdown 2 is well made and is well worth the money.
  • Because of its excellent support, these high-top shoes are ideal for people with ankle issues according to a small number of players.
  • Most purchasers are asserting that these UA basketball shoes are very comfortable.
  • Similar to the Air Jordan 1 Retro High, the shoe has a sleek and stylish look that goes well with jeans, several reviewers comment.
  • Several note that the fit is just perfect.

3 reasons not to buy

  • A couple of wearers report that these Under Armour basketball shoes seem a bit small.
  • The UA Lockdown 2 looks cheap and feels plasticky according to one buyer.
  • It is just annoying that the tongue needs to be readjusted every once in a while, a user gripes.

Bottom line

There is very little to complain about these Under Armour basketball shoes. If you are in the market for a comfortable, supportive, and affordable sneaker that you can wear anywhere all day long, the Under Armour Lockdown 2 has you covered. Its high-top collar keeps your ankles locked-in during competitive play while its leather upper is durable and keeps your foot dry while you are walking on a rainy day.

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User reviews:

Designed to deliver both comfort and style on and off the hardwood, the Under Armour Lockdown 2 keeps you focused on the action so you can take control of the game.

These Under Armour basketball shoes are made to last a full season with its leather upper and durable rubber outsole. Its padded ankle collar, breathable mesh tongue, and EVA cushioning keep your feet comfortable and fresh all day long.

Cushion. EVA cushioning is used on both the midsole and sockliner of the Under Armour Lockdown 2.

The injection-molded EVA midsole provides a light and responsive ride while a die-cut EVA-cushioned sockliner offers underfoot support.

Traction. The Under Armour Lockdown 2 has a solid rubber outsole with a herringbone pattern for traction. The herringbone traction pattern is designed to deliver exceptional on-court grip and control, perfect for lateral and linear movements.

Length and Width. The Under Armour Lockdown 2 is reportedly wide-foot friendly. Buyers are advised to order their actual size.

Lockdown. These Under Armour basketball shoes are cut high for extended support while its textile ankle collar delivers a snug and comfortable fit.

The UA Lockdown 2 also uses a traditional lace up fastening system to keep the foot locked in.

These basketball shoes are designed to keep your feet secure and comfortable. Constructed with durable leather, the upper of the Under Armour Lockdown 2 provides flexible support and durability. Synthetic overlays wrap around the heel for additional structure. A foam padded ankle collar enhances comfort while a breathable mesh tongue offers maximum ventilation.

These basketball shoes are designed to keep your feet secure and comfortable. Constructed with durable leather, the upper of the Under Armour Lockdown 2 provides flexible support and durability. Synthetic overlays wrap around the heel for additional structure. A foam padded ankle collar enhances comfort while a breathable mesh tongue offers maximum ventilation.

These Under Armour basketball shoes come in a variety of color combinations.

  • Anthracite/Team Punch
  • Black/Black/White
  • Black/Overcast Grey
  • Black/Stealth Grey
  • Black/White
  • Cadet/Team Royal
  • Clay Green/Elemental
  • Graphite/Black
  • White/Steel
  • White/Team Royal

How Lockdown 2 compares

This shoe: 86
All shoes average: 87
51 99
This shoe: £70
All shoes average: £130
£40 £480
This shoe: 345g
All shoes average: 393g
256g 812g
Author
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.

dimitrije@runrepeat.com