Good to know
- Under Armour introduces a road running shoe that is capable of bringing an optimum performance even during daily wear: The Charged Rebel. Its highly-energized cushioning makes it an agreeable shoe for neutral pronators.
- With a lightweight engineered mesh, the upper is constructed to provide an increased opportunity for air circulation. The material is also soft to enable comfortable wear.
- The midsole comprises Charged Cushioning®, a dual-layer structure that equips the shoe with responsiveness as it translates impact into energy burst and mobility. It sits on a full-contact rubber outsole that allows extra flexibility where it is most needed.
The Under Armour Charged Rebel has a standard running shoe length and a wide range of size options. Width profiles are available in medium and wide for both the men’s and women’s versions, guaranteeing a comfortable fit for runners of all foot volumes.
A solid, durable rubber makes up the outsole of the Charged Rebel. It offers full contact with the ground for ample traction on either concrete or the treadmill.
There is high-abrasion rubber on the heavy-wear areas – the heel and the forefoot – to decrease the chances of damage and to prolong the lifespan of the sole unit.
The shoe has dual-layer Charged Cushioning®, which means the midsole is firmer below the heel and softer below the forefoot. This layout promotes a blend of support and comfort that results in an excellent performance. Also, Charged Cushioning® delivers a prominent level of responsiveness and durability.
A molded Micro G® footbed is present to give additional cushioning, as well as a customized fit and a comfortable underfoot feel.
The engineered mesh upper of the Charged Rebel is lightweight and breathable to ensure a prime level of ventilation.
The internal lining is also from soft textile for additional comfort and coziness while the runner is wearing the shoe.
Coreshoot panels atop the midfoot area confirm ultimate lockdown and support in the area, thus promoting a secure run.
The tongue and collar of the shoe are both padded to permit comfortable wear, and to protect the foot from abrasions and other possible injuries.
With a traditional lace-up closure, the shoe could be secured and adjusted in the most familiar way possible, without complications and distractions.