Size and fit

A flexible and breathable feel can be anticipated from the mesh upper of the Under Armour HOVR SLK. It’s offered in men’s and women’s sizes. It has a low collar that lets the ankle move freely, while the lace-up system secures the fit.   

Under Armour HOVR SLK Style

The UA HOVR SLK has a sports-inspired design that will go well with any athleisure outfit. A casual sporty look can be achieved when pairing this model with joggers, track pants, sweatshirts, sports jackets, and more.

Meanwhile, its low-key look can be suitable for any casual activity, paired with jeans, t-shirts, skirts, and dresses. Its colorways come in neutral hues, available in white/black, black/white, charcoal/basel blue, and ghost gray/washed blue.  

Notable Features

The Under Armour HOVR SLK is made up of a lightweight mesh upper that provides breathability along with style. There’s a firm external heel counter that offers additional support while securing the back of the foot in place.

 Air mesh makes up the tongue, enhancing ventilation. Its die-cut sock liner delivers extra cushioning, while the insole is easily removable for replacing with inserts. The Under Armour logo is found near the heel, while the HOVR label is on the midsole.

Under Armour HOVR SLK History

In 1996, Kevin Plank, a young former special teams soccer captain, founded Under Armour in his grandmother’s basement. He traveled around the East Coast often, selling apparel from the trunk of his car. Plank got the idea for his business when, as an athlete, he got tired of having to change his sweat-drenched t-shirts which he had to wear underneath his jerseys.

He also noticed that the compression shorts that his team had to wear during practice stayed dry in comparison. From this, he had the idea of making t-shirts made up of moisture-wicking synthetic material. His groundbreaking innovation led to such big sports brands as Adidas, Nike, and Reebok to come up with their own moisture-wicking apparel line.

The exposure proved to be good for the brand, with many athletes and casual wearers taking notice. This led to exponential growth over the years, enabling Under Armour to push the boundaries further and expand its product catalog. Soon, more items were added, such as sports uniforms, accessories and shoes for athletic and casual wear.

Footwear has been an increasingly integral aspect of the brand, with such top athletes as NBA MVP Stephen Curry signing on. With its increasing influence, Under Armour continues to innovate and release notable kicks that have become everyday essentials for men and women.  One of the brand’s most noteworthy lines is the HOVR series, which includes shoes for basketball players, runners, and casual wearers.

One of the sneakers in this series is the low-top Under Armour HOVR SLK. This model strikes the perfect balance between style and sport, meant to keep the wearer moving all day long. It has a clean, comfortable, and lightweight design that is not made to be slowed down by anything. HOVR is the brand’s latest cushioning innovation, designed to give ultimate comfort for everyday activities.

Additional Info

  • Under Armour’s HOVR technology delivers a “zero gravity feel,” maintaining an energy return that helps in eliminating impact step after step. The system uses volatile foam along with energy webbing for its cushioning.
  • The high abrasion rubber outsole has a knobbed texture to offer ultimate durability.


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Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sports nut with a particular interest in football and running. He loves to watch sports as much as he loves to play. Danny was lead researcher on RunRepeat and The PFA’s report into Racial Bias in Football Commentary. His football and running research has been featured in The Guardian, BBC, New York Times and Washington Post.