Who should buy the Under Armour HOVR Drive
Under Armour proves that it has more to offer than its famous Spieth line. It is a solid option if you:
- Need a shoe that prioritizes comfort and making it suitable for walkers.
- Need a shoe that has a stylish upper of the UA HOVR Drive and can be appreciated by both young and mature golfers craving for a modernly-styled golf shoe.
- Need a shoe that has a spiked construction and fits those who fear change but open for a modern technology. It also grips the ground that doesn't leave deep marks.
Secure the foot to the ground
The Under Armour HOVR Drive introduces low-profile spikes called the Rotational Resistance (RST 2.0) and Softspikes Silver Tornado. These technologies do not bargain ground-feel but remain to secure the foot to the ground, especially for lateral movements.
Comfort comes in full swing for the HOVR Drive because it features a footbed that has two levels of hardness to both achieve comfort and lateral support. HOVR, UA's version of Adidas' Boost and Nike's React, steals the spotlight as it boasts of its zero-gravity feel and responsiveness. The high energy return and impact absorbing features feel rewarding, especially for walkers because of the unbeatable comfort that lasts beyond the 18 holes.
The Energy Web is an essential part of the HOVR system. It is a mesh fabric that wraps the cushioning system to enhance the energy-returning properties to make each step effortless and light.
Clarino microfiber upper
Like the other Under Armour golf shoes, the upper of the HOVR Drive is coated with Clarino microfiber upper. It is a smooth material that is breathable and lightweight, which keeps the foot cool, especially when it's scorching hot.
At the same time, the upper is also installed with UA Storm, a waterproofing membrane to keep the foot dry without compromising breathability.