Verdict from +100 user reviews

7 reasons to buy

  • Many users praise the lightness and flexibility of Under Armour Jungle Rat.
  • Several users applaud the durability and reliability of these cleats.
  • It is very comfortable, said many users.
  • Many buyers praise its good ankle and arch support.
  • Works well on dry pavement or terrain, some users have disclosed.
  • A handful of users have revealed that this pair is easy to clean.
  • The Jungle Rat from Under Armour is available in average price point.

3 reasons not to buy

  • Some reviewers have complained about the tight squeeze on the midfoot.
  • A few users have criticized the tongue being sewn all the way to the top which makes it hard to put the foot in and out of the cleat.
  • Some buyers criticize the laces of the Under Armour Jungle Rat that break easily.

Bottom line

The Under Armour Jungle Rat is considered a high-performance cleat that could withstand any environment. It's upper has a quick-dry water repellent that keeps the feet dry when used in wet marshy terrain. The grippy rubber lug suitable for all kinds of landscape. 

For buyers who are looking for affordable cleats with fast-drying, lightweight, comfortable features, the Under Armour Jungle Rat is worth considering.

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Good to know

The high-top Under Armour Jungle Rat cleats has a lace-up closure for a secure fit. It also has a Micro G cushioning in the midsole and Ortholite sockliner for comfort. The Jungle Rat is offered exclusively in men’s sizes.

The Under Armour Jungle Rat carries a modern yet rugged style that is built to last arduous activities. It lets its wearer experience the true outdoor adventure. Wearers usually tuck their pants inside the high-top ankle cleats to avoid bugs and other debris from entering the shoes. People can use it for fishing, hiking, hunting or just enjoying a stroll through the forest; these cleats will help them get through it all.

The most notable feature of Under Armour Jungle Rat is the presence of the shark-tooth pattern on its rubber lug. This pattern improves the grip of the shoe on terrains, climbing ladders, ropes and even walls.   

The durability is also very apparent in this pair because of the presence of leather and suede upper that was treated with a water-repellent technology. This shoe has various colorways available that blends with the surroundings and helps conceal the dirt.

Under Armour has started offering tactical cleats in the market and successfully penetrated the market that is in serious trekking on various terrains. Just recently, one of the Under Armour cleats was hailed as the best tactical cleats in the US. Under Armour is in the zone of offering hiking cleats that are durable, lightweight, and with high caliber materials.

The Jungle Rat offers comfort and durability perfect for different types of terrain. This shoe boasts about its lightness, strength, and support by using the innovative technology called the Micro G technology.

  • It uses an Under Armour Storm Technology that resists water without sacrificing the ventilation.
  • The soft and light upper is made of welded Leather and 900D nylon textile.
  • To keep the feet dry, UA placed a medial side drainage vents.
  • The molded Ortholite sockliner has the anti-odor technology, which avoids the proliferation of odor-causing bacteria.
  • The midsole is made of MicroG technology with TPU shank for improved stability.
  • The outsole is made of high-grade rubber for traction.


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