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I have always purchased one particular brand of shoe or the comfort and support, I really wanted to try the Under Armour range as I own alot of their compression gear from boxing and loved it, I originally ordered a different pair in my usual 10 but found them tight so I changed them for some larger in a more expensive trail version. Although the shoes are great and offer superb grip and support, I found even the larger size unusually tight and figured they would loosen with time, they haven't and now i've worn them I am stuck with them!
I would love to love these but the sizing will mean I will likely not get my moneys worth and be skeptical of going back again, gutted!
I have been trail hiking/running for 12-13 years and this is the best trail running shoe I've ever worn. I am on my third pair, the 1st pair has been reduced to yard work but they are super for mowing grass with the tread pattern. This is the best blend of support, cushion, stability, grip and weight. I have seen in a trail running shoe. I have worn Salomon (a lot), La Sportiva and other popular trail running brands. They are either too light or too heavy depending on the model. The Horizon RTT are perfect! I typically do 4 to 5 mile trail runs after work each day and these shoes hold up for months. I can wear them all day with ease, and my feet never get tired. I am a heavier runner (over 220 pounds) and my knees and legs feel great in these shoes. These are the most versatile I have worn. They are good for light gravel trails, to very rocky trails, to wet muddy trails and work great in both incline and decline situations. My only request to UA is to make a waterproof version for winter and rainy/wet seasons in Appalachian Mountains where I live.
i purchased this shoe, because i wanted something comfortable, lightweight and durable for work, as i do lots of walking and physical work during the day.
Horizon RTT Trail Running Shoe is exactly that.
So i ran for 200kms in the shoe, with the longest being a 30+ km day. Th3 show held up fine, the tread comfort fit willbe discussed below.
Fit - try to size
Comfort - if your going longer than 14-20kms the of trail, this is a no, unless you want a shoe that is very firm umder foot, for me i want a plush ride after 30- 40kms, this sgoe just didnt deliver on the comfort feel, ant longer than 20kms your in for a tough day.
Tread, great held to all surfaces, rocks were a bit slippery but all i. All very good
These shoes were bought for my primary school son. He is very active and plays a lot of sport. After reviewing a number of products I decided on these shoes for him. I have a pair myself and really enjoy the following features:
The grip - this is fantastic and ensure sure footing regardless of the surface. Some other grips that I have tried from not only other brands but also Under Armour have had insufficient tread and would slip on wet grass and other similar surfaces. However, the grip/tread on the Horizon RTT Running shoes I have found to be superior to any other in a similar running shoe. They are also great for bicycle riding as the grip is very secure in any type of pedal.
Both my son and I find the comfort of these shoes to be above average. It is certainly on par with other high quality shoes in other brands. The workmanship has held up to all types of vigorous activities such as cross country running, hiking and general day to day wear.
I was also impressed with the arch support for both my son's and my feet. I believe that it is important that my son's growing feet have the correct support as they grow, and that mine have the correct arch support as I get older.
In summary I would highly recommend these shoes and will be purchasing another pair once these have worn out.
Just buy the dang shoes!! They're awesome. Comfortable and durable. Guy that's crying about blisters...
I purchased these about a year ago and wear them daily. Very comfortable and after a years use, they have held up great. No rips, tears, seam separation. Great material. I will be buying another pair.
90 percent of the clothes I wear are Under Amour. I’m not a brand person but when I purchased my first compression Shirt I was amazed at the difference from other brands. I believed my first purchase was a fluke so I bought another and another. Now everything is Under Armour because of the outstanding quality, functionality and comfort. My new RTT trail running shoes are a true testament to that. I swear by Under Armour and the products are just getting better and better!
Love the fit and quality of most UA products and they do have some unique footwear designs, but this one is a definite swing and miss. The material and quality is very high but the look, unfortunately, is best described as slightly modern Herman Munster. A trail runner should be light, durable, ultra grippy and low profile. This shoe is probably durable but I don't want to feel like I have concrete blocks strapped to my feet. Really UA...it's time to build a true trail running shoe that's attractive and low profile. Use more mesh and ditch the vinyl or faux leather pleather....or whatever that stuff is. No crazy colors or weird patterns (like the other trail runner you have). Ban the color orange from the new design. Here's a tip....build a trail runner for over pronators, there's not a single one on the market. Just don't make it ugly. And geez...stop building shoes without padding around the heal collar or topline or whatever that part of the shoe is called. We need padding there! End of rant.
I bought these shoes a few weeks ago..very comfortable shoes..but
I started a new job where I am allowed to wear athletic shoes to work in an office environment.
These shoes are EXTREMELY WARM...
My feet are sweating all day....
To the point I'm starting to think I'm getting a rash on my left foot
I wear EVERYTHING UA but these are my first UA shoes
So far...not impressed