Verdict from 8 user reviews

7 reasons to buy

  • A few wearers note that the form-fitting materials break in nicely.
  • The upper provides a good fit and feels really supportive, a small number observe
  • According to a few, these Under Armour basketball shoes do an excellent job of locking the heel in place.
  • A handful of players claim that these shoes prevent ankle sprains.
  • The Micro G cushioning is very responsive and quite bouncy, a small number report.
  • One tester even goes as far as saying that Micro G is the best cushioning he’s ever tried.
  • A commenter declares that his legs feel significantly better when playing in the Under Armour Anatomix Spawn 2 Low.

6 reasons not to buy

  • Several reviewers observe that the UA Anatomix Spawn 2 Low fits small and narrow.
  • The traction is suspect, more than a couple of players note. Players have the same gripe about the Clyde Court Disrupt from Puma.
  • Just like the 6th UA Curry, at least one tester does not recommend these Under Armour basketball shoes for outdoor balling. He says that the traction wears down after a month.
  • These shoes need time to break in, a few comment.
  • A reviewer observes that unlike the first Anatomix Spawn Low, the Anatomix Spawn 2 Low does not have enough ventilation holes.
  • A buyer gripes that there aren't enough colors to select from.

Bottom line

Although a few may find issue with the outsole’s durability and the tight fit, many wearers are still quite satisfied with the comfortable Micro G cushioning and supportive upper of these Under Armour basketball shoes. Overall, for its price of $100, the Under Armour Anatomix Spawn 2 is a decent indoor hoop shoe.

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Good to know

Hit the court in style and comfort with these low-top basketball shoes from Under Armour. The UA Anatomix Spawn 2 Low provides lightweight structure and conforms to the shape of your foot with its interwoven layers of flexgear. A cored out Micro G midsole offers added flexibility and energizes your every step.

Cushion. The Under Armour Anatomix Spawn 2 Low features a full-length Micro G foam that rebounds heel-strike energy for quicker takeoffs. The low-profile Micro G midsole is cored out to remove bulk and allow more natural flexibility. UA also equipped these basketball shoes with a molded Micro G sockliner for enhanced cushioning.

Traction. The outsole features a blend of textured rubber and herringbone pods that deliver enhanced traction when you need it.

Length and Width. These UA basketball sneakers reportedly fit snug. Going up half a size is recommended if you prefer having some toe space.

Lockdown. To keep the foot from rolling during quick movements, these Under Armour basketball shoes feature a full-length TPU shank that wraps up the lateral sidewall. The molded Micro G sockliner also helps lock the foot in place.

Acting like an on-court armor, interwoven layers of flexgear provide lightweight structure by conforming to the shape of the foot and working with the muscles, tendons, and ligaments.

Reinforcement along the forefoot, heel, and eye stays add durability while exposed mesh areas provide superior breathability.

These anatomically designed basketball shoes feature a low-top cut that provides pure comfort and keeps your foot supported all game long.

Just like its high-top counterpart, the Under Armour Anatomix Spawn 2 Low also comes in eye-catching hues.

  • Black/Charcoal
  • Carolina Blue/Midnight Navy
  • Citrus Blast/Lead
  • Hyper Green/Forest Green
  • Red/Black


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