Built for speed and breaking barriers, the new running shoes of a Maryland-based sports brand promise to “put the wind at your back with every stride.”
After three years, over 17 rounds of raw material testing, nine rounds of biomechanical testing, 15 rounds of shoe testing, and over 11,000 miles of wear testing comes Under Armour’s new UA Velociti Wind.
The latest running shoe innovation features an all-in-one cushioning system that eliminates the rubber outsole, made possible through its midsole. The UA Flow midsole, developed by Under Armour’s Footwear Innovation Team in Portland, Oregon, is a responsive, grippy, and supportive singular-foam compound that provides comfort, flexibility, and traction in every step.
This makes the UA Flow Velociti Wind a high-performance and lightweight running shoe meticulously engineered for speed over longer distance.
It also features the UA Warp, an upper material that molds perfectly to the human form to unlock maximum performance. With supporting tapes that act like seat belts on foot, the UA Warp upper locks the wearer onto the UA Flow midsole without disrupting the natural movement while running.
A pair of the new running shoes is now available for P7,995 at Under Armour stores in SM Mall of Asia, SM Megamall, Bonifacio High Street, Greenbelt 3, TriNoma, and Ayala Cebu.
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