Verdict from 8 user reviews

7 reasons to buy

  • The Under Armour Valsetz Trek is appreciated by many reviewers for its interesting and unique design.
  • The shoe offers excellent comfort on feet, according to a lot of reviewers.
  • Several buyers love the splatter design on the midsole of the Valsetz Trek from Under Armour
  • The majority of the purchasers say that the shoe makes a dull outfit look sporty.
  • Some reviewers say that the shoe is ideal to wear for a daily routine.
  • The shoe has held up very well after weeks of wearing, according to a satisfied reviewer.
  • The Underarmour Valsetz Trek has a nice break-in. 

2 reasons not to buy

  • A commenter says that the shoe is a bit narrow.
  • The shoe does not provide enough protection against the puddles, a wearer attests.

Bottom line

The Under Armour Valsetz Trek features performance-specs of a running shoe. It offers extreme comfort with a soft and stretchy upper. Because of its quirky design, this shoe will likely turn a boring outfit into an interesting one. This sneaker contains tons of the standards of the brand’s tactical boots loved by many wearers.

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Good to know

The Under Armour Valsetz Trek is available in men’s and women’s sizing. Offering a hug-like fit, the shoe received reviews that praise its comfortability. The shoe has straps that provide good stability. The lightweight TPU shank offers a more contoured fit and the right amount of firm. For extra height and rugged feel, the shoe contains a rubber outsole that has modest-sized lugs and at the same time furnishes excellent traction.

On top of everything, the midsole has a Micro G foam that gives off perfect cushioning on feet.

The Under Armour Valsetz Trek comes in different colorways that would fit everybody’s style. With speckled detailing on the midsole that makes the shoe look engrossed. The straps that come with the shoe makes it look uncommon but still allows an adjustable fit. Although the shoe is performance-driven, this design is still perfect for any casual streetwear.

  • One ideal fit with the Valsetz Trek is by pairing khaki jeans with a minimal printed sweatshirt and layering it with a black jean jacket. Anyone can wear this outfit anywhere, work, school, or even on a lunch out.
  • For an edgy look, one can wear the shoe with an oversized graphic shirt and some light washed joggers. By topping the look with a hippie aviator sunglasses, one is ready to take an edgy picture to post on the socials.

A boot and a shoe combined in a stylish silhouette is the definition of Under Armour Valsetz Trek. The shoe has a mesh upper and a webbing overlays that give users an elevated look at the same time offering the right amount of breathability. With the right size and one’s preferred colorway, this shoe will likely be one’s staple.

The idea of Under Armour was formed when Kevin Plank, a captain of a football team noticed that their shirts he and his teammates wore were always soaking wet with sweat. When he graduated, he designed a shirt that will keep athletes cool and dry even under extreme heat.

He worked on it until he perfected it. When he almost did, he maxed out his own credit card and set up a company in his grandmother’s basement. From that, the company has grown even bigger in the next years, leading them to move to a headquarter in Baltimore.

Over the years, it has gained popularity after supplying its products to iconic films, which they earned their big break. At the present time, Under Armour has made it to its peak and continues to produce a wide range of quality apparel,  including footwear.

The brand has made a mark on the sneakers industry by creating innovative sneakers and boots. Among these is Under Armour Valsetz RTS, Tactical Boots which the Under Armour Valsetz Trek took inspiration from. 

  • Under Armour branding on the tongue and insole.

Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny McLoughlin is a researcher for RunRepeat covering football, sneakers and running. After graduating with a degree in computer science from The University of Strathclyde, Danny makes sure never to miss a game of his beloved Glasgow Rangers or the Scotland national football team. He has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.