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Just when we thought we've exceeded all the technological advances in running shoes, Under Armour is here to remind us that we've barely scratched the surface. The activewear brand's latest shoe, the UA Flow Velociti Wind, is poised to be the blueprint for designs of most athletic trainers moving forward.
Dubbed its "fastest running shoe yet," the first detail most will recognize is the lack of an outsole. When designing the shoe, Under Armour's team didn't want to sacrifice durability and traction, but knew there could be a more effective way in providing those same features without a heavy outsole. Consequently, the grippy, and supportive singular-foam compound allows you to run with confidence and achieve that flow state.
The feeling you get when you could keep running for miles is nothing short of exhilarating. That inexplainable desire to clock one more mile. The pleasure of light, effortless speed with each stride. The feeling of the wind at your back and yesterday's problems left in the past. Every runner is searching for that flow state. With the UA Flow Velociti Wind, achieving that is easier than ever.
Additional features include a groundbreaking super-engineered upper solution, UA Warp, that molds perfectly to the human form to unlock performance and leading UA Flow midsole technology that yields a lightweight cushion and a naturally sticky traction.