Verdict from 50 user reviews

6 reasons to buy

  • Most reviewers praised the upper of the Under Armour Skylar for being so soft and comfortable.
  • A couple of users noticed how breathable this shoe is.
  • Plenty of sneakerheads appreciated the stylish design of this kick.
  • The UA Skyler felt lightweight, according to a few wearers.
  • Some noticed that this shoe is so versatile they can wear it to the office.
  • This sneaker has ample space in the toe box area, according to one person.

2 reasons not to buy

  • Some wearers said that the Under Armour Skylar runs big.
  • This sneaker is available in limited colors.

Bottom line

Given its sporty vibe, the Under Armour Skylar athleisure sneaker offers a comfortable fit, thanks to its soft upper material. Also, because it has a breathable and lightweight construction, the shoe is great for all-day wear. The trendy design of this kick allows users to mix and match their outfits and still catch the attention of onlookers. 

In general, the Skylar model from the Under Armour shoe collections is a great option for users who want a pair that they can use both on the streets and on the gym.

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Good to know

Fitted with a soft mesh upper, the Under Armour Skylar women’s kick has a wide fit. It comes in sizes 5 to 12, which include half sizes. The front lace-up closure does a great job of providing a customized fit for users with narrow to wide feet.

Creating a sporty ensemble is never a challenge with the Skylar silhouette from Under Armour. This lace-up sneaker is best paired with jogger pants or leggings. But it also looks great with a fitted cropped pants and a loose sweatshirt. 

Whether you are running errands, going to the mall, or doing some light exercises, the UA Skylar is your best bet.

Coming from a brand that creates trendy sports apparel, the Under Armour Skylar is dressed in a trendy athleisure aesthetic. It is dressed in a knit mesh fabric upper that is both lightweight and breathable. The material comes with flexible TPU joints and overlays for excellent locked-down support and structure.

The Micro G® sockliner is soft enough to provide superb cushioning and comfort. Furthermore, its dual-density rubber outsole has a two-tone, dimensional tread pattern for a stylish, elevated look.

Under Armour is a multinational company that prides itself with a long list of athletic and footwear lines. Despite being relatively new to the market, UA is considered a rival of sportswear giants, such as Nike, Adidas, and Puma.

The history of this Baltimore-based brand began in Washington, D.C.Its founder, Kevin Plank, started Under Armour in 1996 when he was then a 23-year-old soccer team captain. Initially, UA was a company that sells moisture-wicking T-shirts for athletes. 

When the front page of USA Today featured a photo of Jeff George, an Oakland Raiders quarterback, in an Under Armour turtleneck shirt, people began to notice the brand. Soon, Nike, Adidas, and Reebok joined in the bandwagon of manufacturing moisture-wicking synthetic fabric apparel.

In 1999, Under Armour shirts experienced rapid growth when they were used in Universal Studio films, such as The Replacements and Any Given Day. The brand now sponsors several teams, including the NFL Combine and the University of Notre Dame.

Today, Under Armour has come a long way from being just an apparel brand. It has released tons of soccer cleats, running shoes, and sneakers. One of the trendy athleisure kicks from the brand is the UA Skylar. 

The silhouette is made for active users who want to stay cool and comfortable despite being always on the go.

  • The Under Armour Skylar shoe in medium width weighs 5.18 ounces.
  • This sneaker has an offset of 6 millimeters.
Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny McLoughlin is a researcher for RunRepeat covering football, sneakers and running. After graduating with a degree in computer science from The University of Strathclyde, Danny makes sure never to miss a game of his beloved Glasgow Rangers or the Scotland national football team. He has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.