Size and fit

If one is searching for a fashionable and comfortable sneaker, the Under Armour Ripple is worthy to be part of one’s arsenal. It is available in men’s and women’s sizing. It utilizes an EVA sockliner for enhanced step-in comfort. For additional support, it has an ultra-lightweight foam midsole that provides an incredible cushioning and a mesh lining that offers a great next-to-skin feel. A removable insole is also in place.

Under Armour Ripple Style

The Under Armour Ripple has a low-top silhouette with a no-sew mesh upper, providing adequate ankle mobility and all-day foot comfort and breathability. The logo brand is embossed on the white midsole which adds substance to its aesthetics. Its versatile silhouette can flawlessly work well with numerous outfits.

Men and women can stylishly wear the UA Ripple using different casual and even semi-casual outfits. For instance, men can match it with slim chinos and a white shirt on top while women can pair it with a long-sleeve cotton top and slim fit jeans for a fresh and laidback look. For a sportier appeal, it is nice to match it with joggers or shorts too.

Notable Features

Among the notable features of the Under Armour Ripple is its dimensional upper that ensures all-day comfort. The shoe is also lightweight. This allows users to comfortably maneuver as they perform their gym activities or just go for a walk. The UA Ripple also features an outsole with unique knobbed texture for durability and elevated traction.  

Under Armour Ripple History

Kevin Plank built his company, Under Armour, in 1996. He was only 26 years old at that time, a Maryland special team captain. He hated to change his sweat-soaked clothes over and over again. This situation gave him an idea and pushed him to create a solution. He just started his brilliant idea in his grandma's basement. By the end of 1998, he needed more than the space in the basement, and he moved to a new headquarters and warehouse in 

Kevin and his company conceptualized the name Under Armour by accident. When the company was first starting, Kevin mentioned the idea "Body Armor." However, Bill, his brother, misheard him and thought it was "Under Armor." They used the British spelling "armour" to get the toll-free number that Plank wanted.

Its logo is a custom type which is a combination of U and A. Its goal is to convey the message that the company's clothing is both robust and comfortable. Apart from the clothing line, they launched their footwear series in the market. Stephen Curry is one of the celebrities who endorse UA shoes and other products.

Among the innovative casual Under Armour styles are the low-top Under Armour Ripple. With a lightweight design, the UA Ripple has a mesh upper with a round toe design that keeps the foot fresh all day. It also has a durable rubber outsole that provides sure-footed grip letting you enjoy any activity. Radio red/ black, techno teal/black, moss green/ black, and black /graphite are the colorways available for this sneaker.

Additional Info

  • The low-top UA Ripple has sturdy panels on the toe and heel areas.
  • It has a webbed lacing down the midfoot for a secured lockdown.


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