Verdict from 41 user reviews

11 reasons to buy

  • A high number of reviewers admires the all-day comfort that the Under Armour Street Precision Sport Low provides.
  • One user mentions that the fabric on the upper is composed of a soft and stretchy material, which allows the feet to move. More so, it permits more room on swollen feet.
  • The price of these sneakers are a bit high, but given the quality and comfort, one reviewer is willing to pay a little extra.
  • One online consumer is a loyalist of the Under Armour brand because of its ethical practices, which is not apparent on some of its competitor brands.
  • A couple of users noted that these are perfect for traveling since it is breathable and lightweight, and ideal for long-distance walking.
  • The light colorway of this sneaker is adored by one consumer because it can easily be paired with different outfits.
  • These sneakers do not feel like wearing one. It is more similar to wearing a sock, says a handful of online commenters.
  • Consumers who used these for workout and training found these shoes great.
  • According to a couple of commenters, these provide excellent arch support.
  • One user experiencing foot pain claimed that these shoes helped alleviate his foot pain.
  • Several buyers love the sleek design of the Street Precision Sport Low.

3 reasons not to buy

  • One purchaser felt disappointed with the design of the tongue. The elastic band on the inside and the higher opening of the shoe make it a struggle to put these kicks on.
  • Few consumers noted that the back of the shoe rubs on the heel.
  • The UA Street Precision Sport Low makes one reviewer’s feet sweaty, an unusual problem for his case.

Bottom line

Despite being a newcomer in the athletic footwear industry, Under Armour proves that it can compete with the more prominent brands. The Street Precision Sport Low is no exception as it provides comfort and style in a breathable and lightweight low-top sneaker. Although this is not a performance shoe, users were able to use these for working out as it has sufficient arch support. The higher price tag of these kicks makes it a justifiable purchase given its quality, comfort, and sleekness.

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Good to know

The Under Armour Street Precision Sport Low is a women’s sneaker with sizes ranging from US 5-12. Half sizes are available as well for broader options. The shoe provides a contoured fit because of its luxurious mesh upper. More so, the fit is enhanced because of its molded tongue. It is then sealed with a lace-up closure to secure the feet and lock it in place.

The Under Armour Street Precision Sport Low combines sleekness and sportiness in a casual low-top sneaker. It is comprised of a rich textile upper that provides a contoured fit. It plays with a mix of materials, using leather heel cap that is incorporated with a debossed Under Armour logo which amps the overall look of these sneakers. These kicks come in versatile colorways-- midnight navy, raisin red, black, bayou blue, and white.

More than the overall style of these sneakers, it also offers all-day comfort, thanks to the Micro G technology infused sock liner.  The Micro G technology, Under Armour’s propriety foam advancement, is a 30% thinner foam compared to its counterparts. It results in a more responsive and lightweight shoe. Moreover, it provides a low-to-the-ground ride, giving an improved feel of what’s underfoot and the ability to change direction quickly. The Micro G technology also has a higher rate of responsiveness and bounce, providing higher energy return and extra lift.

A newcomer to the athletic footwear industry, Under Armour, was only established in 1996 by a 23-year-old previous specials team captain of the University of Maryland, Kevin Plank. The company started with athletic apparels, mainly to create a solution on his frequent need to change because of sweat-soaked shirts.

Although the company started with apparel, it decided to expand its product line continuously. In 2007, UA released its first cleated footwear for men and women. Albeit it wasn’t substantially embraced by the market, the brand continued its innovation and found its success with the released of the Micro G technology in 2010. It paved the way for the brand's release of several footwears carrying this advancement, the UA Street Precision Sport Low being one of them.

  • Strategical rubber pads are placed in areas where there is high wear to increase durability and traction.
  • The UA Street Precision Sport Low features a webbed heel tab for an easy and fast slip.
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.