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The Under Armour Commit was created to meet the needs of those who require a versatile and durable shoe for rigorous training. It employs a wide range of features to accommodate various types of activities.
The outsole unit of the Under Armour Commit utilizes strategically-placed rubber compounds for greater durability and multi-surface traction. The flex grooves are anatomically-placed throughout the outsole to aid the natural flexibility of the foot.
Featuring the Charged Cushioning technology, the midsole of the UA Commit aims to provide sufficient cushioning, energy return and durability. It serves as a stable platform for multi-directional movements and low-impact exercises such as weightlifting. The same cushioning technology is found on another popular workout shoe from Under Armour, the Charged Ultimate 3.0.
The midsole is coupled with a die-cut, full-length 4D Foam sock liner. Its purpose is to provide added comfort and a custom fit.
A breathable mesh covers the forefoot section of the Under Armour Commit. It is characterized by its lightweight and flexible coverage.
The synthetic layers are placed on the toe area and across the vamp. They heighten support in the upper unit.
The Under Armour Commit features a leather saddle, which covers both rearfoot and midfoot sections to maximize steadiness and support. The leather is perforated at the medial side for ventilation.
The heel is reinforced with a TPU heel cup to secure the area. It prevents the foot from wobbling and slipping out accidentally.
A pull tab is placed at the back. It assists to make on-and-off wear an easier feat.