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Most comfortable pair of boots I have ever tried on
• Extremely, surprisingly, light and flexible for a hiking shoe
• They look sharp and modern/urban
• So lightweight I have concerns about durability on long-distance and rugged hiking conditions
• For some reason the laces are thinner than usual which takes some getting used to
• Laces are quite long, meaning a large bow when tied.
• Lace holes are too small to double loop, to reduce bow size
For me these are good on day hikes in mild conditions, working out, traveling, and general outdoor or urban activities. I wouldn't expect them to hold up on through hikes or in very rugged conditions. Happy with the purchase and would consider getting a second pair.
Great looking shoe, comfortable, decent grip on grass/mud, like the textured toe
Tongue tends to move (can irritate the foot), laces are too far spread making them a bit hard to tighten properly, really bad grip on rain (very slippery)
I like the shoes, they are a nice fashion item. However I tried using them on a hike and due to the stated cons they are not the best shoe for serious hikes. More for walking in the city on a dry day
If they did a few minor adjustments they'd be awesome shoes.
Hiking and whatever shoes
Sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeet ride in these – light yet supportive material – would purchase again!!
Size is pretty accurate. Really comfortable. Durability might be a issue but time will tell.
I love these boots. The design, the feel, and the fact that I can run, hike, and lift is just the best. To top it off, they're waterproof! They're so practical and so stylish at the same time I'd buy a new pair in a heart beat when these wear out (which I know they will because I'll be wearing them almost everyday).
The only downside is that the cut away at the top of the boots dig into your skin if you don't wear long, thick socks. Otherwise, perfection.
I was pleased with my purchase on the Men’s UA Speedfit 2.0 Hiking as I needed something that would endure multiple hiking walks. So far I have not had an issue with these shoes. They are fantastic and comfortable, I love the base grip on them which is perfect when climbing up the side of a mountain or climbing rocks.
I am pretty sure I have hit these shoes multiple times along rocks and thinking, “Oh no! That would have left a mark!” only to find no marks. The materials used are that good which I was impressed by.
Keep in mind these shoes are definitely not 100% waterproof but they do dry quite quickly if you end up getting them wet.
not water proof as advertised, low fitting ankle, and low ankle support, overall balance just OK, no arch support at all, over priced and bad strings.. would not recommend .
I purchased a pair of the first iteration of the UA Speedfit mid top sneakerboot about 6 months ago. I typically wear jungleboots from other brands and was quickly impressed with how lightweight, breathable and comfortable the Speedfit's were in comparison. Wearing them almost everyday in urban and wooded environments, I find the wet weather grip to be excellent as well. These are not winter boots, they excel in warmer climates where one's feet can quickly overheat during exertion in more insulated footwear. I was so happy with my original pair that I purchased the Speedfit 2.0 during one of UA's sales. The design has been made more geometric for lack of a better word. The sole is flatter, presumably for better pavement use, and UA have increased the gel cushioning on the ankles. Comfort-wise they have retained the excellent foam footbed of the original and there was zero break in period. Having owned more than a dozen midtop and high top sneakerboots from a variety of brands, the quality and performance in warm weather of UA's Speedfit range is excellent in my opinion. The only critique I can provide is that the laces lack friction and you will need to tie the knots extra tight to avoid them unlacing themselves, relative to other lace types.
These are not meant to be heavy duty boots but rather extremely lightweight sneakers with excellent support, breathability and the versatility to use for training in the gym or even running. I look forward to see what is next from UA in this product line.
To call these boots is insane. First, they are essentially made of plastic. There is no cushioning on the inside either so the feeling of hard plastic wrapped around your foot and ankles is very uncomfortable and unsupportive. And because of that, when you try to lace them tight, it causes the plastic to bend. I’ve worn them for 2 days and the corners in between the laces is already wearing. I’ve owned a lot of UA boots and generally love them. However I do not recommend them and wish I wouldn’t have kept them.