Updates to Under Armour Scorpio

  • The Under Armour Scorpio uses the brand’s Micro G Foam that provides soft cushioning. This technology absorbs shock and releases energy during toe-off for a more responsive ride.
  • In order to deliver a responsive and smoother heel-to-toe transition, the shoe uses the anatomical flex grooves. It is flexible enough to provide aggressive responsiveness.
  • The shoe also uses a blown carbon rubber that delivers not only durability but also added traction while running on wet surfaces.

Size and fit

The Under Armour Scorpio has a standard sizing. The heel and midfoot offer a snug fit and the shoe has a roomy toe box. It is available in standard widths. Runners with medium to slightly-wider feet should have no trouble getting their comfort zone in this shoe.


The Scorpio is cleats-inspired with blown and carbon rubber mixture that delivers greater traction on wet condition without adding weight. The Anatomical flex grooves are designed for a smoother heel to toe transition. The same outsole configuration is also used in the Under Armour Scorpio 2.


The midsole of the shoe features the injected Micro G Foam that delivers soft cushioning. It is also designed to provide a responsive ride. The midsole also has a full-length TPU shank for enhanced stability. The molded 4D foam that follows the natural shape of the foot is placed strategically to eliminate slippage.


A stretchable and ultra breathable upper is used in the shoe. It allows for maximum breathability. The welded overlays are also used to add more support, particularly around the midfoot area. The molded tongue has perforations for ventilation.


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