Summary

We spent 7.5 hours reading reviews from experts and users. In summary, this is what runners think:

7 reasons to buy

  • This neutral running shoe has good traction on varied surfaces, according to some runners.
  • A number of reviewers say that the cushioning of the Charged Rogue Twist is very comfortable especially for long-distance running.
  • One purchaser remarks that the shoe allows maximum flexibility. 
  • The Charged Cushioning® midsole of the Under Armour Charged Rogue Twist is lauded by a lot of people as it brings high responsiveness from the shoe. 
  • Some runners like the breathable engineered mesh upper of the shoe. 
  • A lot of the users also like the durability of the shoe because of its solid rubber outsole. 
  • The colorway of the shoe is appreciated by many. 

2 reasons not to buy

  • The heel of this Under Armour running shoe is a little stiff, states one user. 
  • Some wearers mention that the padding of the tongue is too thin. 

Bottom line

Generally, the response for the Under Armour Charged Rogue Twist is mostly positive. A lot of the users commend the good grip that the rubber outsole of the shoe provided. A lot of them also really liked the integration Charged Cushioning® into the midsole, which increases the shoe’s responsiveness. The shoe, as said by many, provides sufficient comfort, especially during long-distance running. Some of the concerns of the buyers were the stiff heel and the thin padding of the shoe’s tongue. 

Facts

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-This running shoe is made up of an engineered mesh upper that allows the breathability of the foot, as well as,  a lightweight feel when running. 

The Under Armour Charged Rogue Twist also features a 360° reflectivity in order to promote visibility, especially during low-light running occasions. 

The Charged Rogue Twist also sports a midsole with Charged Cushioning® technology. This midsole incorporates compression molded foam that helps increase the energy of the shoe. This also ensures the durability of the shoe. 

The Charged Rogue Twist is available in standard sizing measurement for both men and women. One of the technical components of the shoe that directly affect its fit is the engineered mesh upper that provides snug fit and comfort when running. This shoe also presents a padded collar and tongue that helps secure the Charged Rogue Twist. One of its features is also a flexible heel counter that helps provide support. Lastly, the shoe also features a lace-up fastening system that secures the fit of the shoe. 

The outsole of the Under Armour Charged Rogue Twist sports a full-length solid rubber outsole. This rubber outsole protects the shoe from abrasive elements. This rubber outsole also allows the shoe to be versatile as it enables the shoe to have good traction on different ground surfaces. 

The midsole of the Under Armour Charged Rogue Twist employs Charged Cushioning® midsole which uses compression molded foam. This technology provides a high level of responsiveness as it helps absorb shock upon impact. This also helps provide extra cushioning to the foot for added comfort. This foam is also known for its durable properties. 

For added cushioning, a removable sockliner is also incorporated into the Charged Rogue Twist. 

The Under Armour Charged Rogue Twist features an engineered mesh upper which is like the Brooks Launch 6 and On Cloud. This upper material allows flexibility and breathability when running, leaving the foot still feeling fresh after a long run. This also permits a lightweight feel when running. 

The shoe also features an external synthetic heel counter that provides added support and security to the shoe. This feature makes sure that the shoe stays intact when running. 

A padded collar and tongue can also be found in the shoe for added comfort. 

To allow visibility, especially during low-light hours when running, a 360° reflectivity is employed on the shoe’s upper. 

The fastening system of the shoe features a lace-up system that gives the shoe security and lightweight feel. 

Author
Jens Jakob Andersen
Jens Jakob Andersen

Jens Jakob is a fan of short distances with a 5K PR at 15:58 minutes. Based on 35 million race results, he's among the fastest 0.2% runners. Jens Jakob previously owned a running store, when he was also a competitive runner. His work is regularly featured in The New York Times, Washington Post, BBC and the likes as well as peer-reviewed journals. Finally, he has been a guest on +30 podcasts on running.

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