Updates to Under Armour Charged Bandit

  • The Under Armour Charged Bandit features the combining midsole technologies of Charged cushioning and Micro G foam. It is designed to deliver a perfect combination of responsive ride and comfortable running performance.
  • The Charged Bandit features the ArmourVent mesh element that has a fast-drying capacity. It delivers a lightweight and breathable upper coverage. It is also flexible to provide an adaptive fit to the runner’s foot.

Size and fit

The Charged Bandit is in standard running shoe length. This shoe provides a tight upper fit. This shoe is ideal for those medium-sized foot runners. Those with wider foot shape will find a slightly tight fit on this shoe. Under Armour is offering this shoe in medium width.


The outer sole of the affordable running shoe is equipped with blown rubber that delivers a great combination of flexibility, traction and durability. Runners can experience a great grip and traction on varied surfaces with this ouer sole. There is a carbon rubber is strategically placed in the heel area for added traction and endurance.


A dual layer midsole is used in the Charged Bandit. It features the Charged cushioning system with the patented Micro G foam. It is specifically designed for comfort, shock absorption and responsiveness. This responsive midsole is also utilized in the 4th version of the Charged Bandit.

The TPU shank is located in the midfoot area to give added support. The Micro G footbed holds the foot’s natural shape for added cushioning and enhanced fit.


The upper of the Under Armour Charged Bandit features the brand’s ArmourVent that is breathable and lightweight. It keeps foot cool and dry with its quick-drying materials. It also comes with seamless overlays that gives added support while reducing irritation and blistering.


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