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Top: High
Lockdown: Lace-Up
Price: $115
Weight: 15.3oz
Colorways: Black
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  • 85 / 100 | Head Jordan | | Level 2 expert

    For the same price, it’s unquestionable that the competitor of Havoc is HD2018. Havoc’s appearance is normal, but for the performance, Havoc is good. The insole HOVR cushion with big anti-torsional bracket and excellent traction make it to adapt to the players in position of NO. 3 to NO. 5.

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The HOVR Havoc is a clever mix of old and new.  HOVR is a running technology that crosses over to basketball. It is contained in this shoe’s EVA midsole to deliver impact protection and responsiveness. It is complemented by the proven and tested herringbone on the outsole. The upper has an amazing fit because of the two-tone mesh that it is made of. This breathable material has TPU hot melt film overlays at the forefoot to protect this usually vulnerable area from wear and tear.

Cushion. The EVA midsole of the Under Armour HOVR Havoc contains the HOVR foam, which is still wrapped in compression mesh called Energy Web. The foam is wrapped so that its response and cushioning properties are activated. The EVA carrier has cutouts in its rear lateral side to not only reveal the technology HOVR within it but also to support its expand-and-compress function.

Traction. Featuring the classic herringbone, the solid rubber outsoles of these UA shoes have good traction on any court type. When wearing these, both lateral and linear movements are satisfactorily supported. To make more natural flexions of the foot possible, the outsole has shallow grooves in the forefoot area.

Length and Width. These basketball shoes from Under Armour are reportedly true to size; it won’t be a problem fitting in these. It will still be best, though, if you are able to try these on before you purchase.

Lockdown. To deliver support, the HOVR Havoc features a unique lacing system that is structurally integrated with specific zones in the forefoot, midfoot, and heel.  The shoe also has an external heel counter that asymmetrically extends well into the lateral side. This is done so that aggressive lateral movements are supported. Reinforcing this setup is the base; it is a bit extended at the lateral side so that gains outrigger-like properties. The exposed portion of the midfoot has a TPU shank that protects the wearer from twists.

This Under Armour model features an upper that is made of two-tone mesh. This breathable material has TPU hot melt film overlays on high-wear spots like the forefoot.

The integrated lacing system allows the shoe to more closely hug the foot, giving it a more streamlined look on the outside. The shoe also has a neatly placed Under Armour logo on the heel counter’s lateral extension. This model’s streamlined aesthetics make it such an interesting piece to match with casual and active wear.

The Under Armour HOVR Havoc is available in the following colors:

  • Black/Graphite
  • Black/White
  • Ghost Gray/Ghost Gray
  • Graphite/White
  • Midnight Navy/Red
  • Midnight Navy/White
  • Red/White
  • Royal/White
  • Steel/White

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