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  • The Under Armour Ultimate Speed Mid is a workout shoe designed for women. It sports a unique dynamic shroud construction that utilizes different materials which overlap to deliver support and comfort. The high-cut silhouette is made interesting with the gap between the collar and the heel which promotes full ankle movements.
  • As for the sole unit, it is etirely based on the original Ultimate Speed version. It is dual-density midsole that gives users a flexible forefoot while the heel is dense to deliver steadiness. The bottom is lined with rubber pods with different tread patterns for traction on most types of surfaces.

The Under Armour Ultimate Speed Mid caters to the unique shape and needs of a woman’s foot. It is available in US sizes 5 to 12 with half and full sizes in between. As for the width, it only comes in a B - Medium profile. There are two adjustable straps on this model which allow users to customize the snugness at the forefoot and ankle areas. There is also a lace-up structure that locks down the midfoot.

The underside of Under Armour Ultimate Speed Mid is protected by a segmented layer of rubber in some sections while in some areas of the forefoot, the midsole is exposed. This construction allows the bottom to provide durability and traction while keeping the weight of the shoe low.

The outsole uses a combination of ribbed and woven tread patterns while some sections remain smooth. This style allows it to deliver multi-directional grip, steadiness, and the ability to turn smoothly if needed.

Inside the Under Armour Ultimate Speed Mid is a removable sockliner. This full-length EVA foam contours to the shape of the underfoot for maximum hold, preventing slippage and delivering long-lasting comfort.

The primary midsole is made of a dual-density foam. The forefoot section is soft and flexible, facilitating natural foot bending. The heel and the arch sections utilize the denser foam which brings support and steadiness to the wearers. The whole unit serves to protect the foot and joints of the lower extremities against impact. The slight elevation in the heel helps the wearer to squat deeper by reducing tension on the Achilles tendon.

This training shoe from Under Armour employs an upper made of overlapping materials that securely hold the foot. The forefoot is made of mesh that allows the aeration of the inside while the saddle that makes up the heel and the quarters are either made of leather or suede, depending on the color variation. As for the ankle structure, a soft fabric with a plush interior is used for maximum ankle hold and comfort. There is a noticeable gap between the heel and the collar which promotes full ankle mobility. Synthetic overlays protect the toe box and part of the vamp against abrasion.

For fit adjustment, this model is equipped with a lacing system and two hook-and-loop straps. One of the straps is found at the ankle while the other is on the vamp section. These elements ensure that the foot is securely in place during training.

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