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Base model: Under Armour Commit
Use: Workout
Price: $80
Weight: Men: 12oz
Heel to toe drop: Men: 10mm
Width: Men: Normal | Women: Normal
Features: High drop
Brand: Under Armour
Colorways: Grey, Black, White, Yellow
Special editions: 1 special editions
Size
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The Under Armour Commit TR X NM is a cross-training shoe created for men. It banks on the success of the Under Armour Commit, sharing most of the same technologies such as the Charged Cushioning midsole that provides a responsive underfoot coverage.

The bottom of the Under Armour Commit TR X NM is lined with rubber with a unique tread pattern designed for maximum ground penetration. Flex grooves also riddle the underside of the footwear, promoting natural foot bending.

This workout trainer from Under Armour uses the Charged Cushioning midsole. This proprietary foam technology is crafted to possess high energy rebound properties. This quality allows it to keep the foot protected from the impact of each step by converting it into energy to push off. The 10mm differential between the heel height and the forefoot height reduces the tension on the Achilles tendon, allowing the wearer to squat deeper.

Inside the shoe is a cushioned sockliner. This component conforms to the shape of the foot to deliver maximum underfoot coverage, preventing slippage and providing support and comfort.

The upper of the Under Armour Commit TR X NM employs a lightweight mesh material. This fabric has large pores that allow air to pass through and keep the foot chamber well-ventilated.

At the midfoot is a leather saddle that also wraps around the heel. It enhances the structure of the upper and integrates with the lacing system to deliver support during dynamic and lateral movements.

A synthetic overlay covers the toe box. This bumper protects against abrasion and impact. At the back is the TPU heel counter that keeps the rearfoot steady.

The lightly padded collar and tongue contribute to the secure and comfortable fit provided by the upper. The tongue protects the instep from the pressure created by the laces, while the collar aims to prevent chafing at the Achilles. There’s also a pull loop at the back of the collar to make it easier to put on the footwear.

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