They do sponsor an elite marathoner: Tyler Jermann.
I wear them. I love the shoes as they are extremely comfortable.
Sadly, I run so little I've had two pairs last me at least two years. To be honest, my favorite thing about my UA shoes is they look incredible with my jeans. At this point, style is more important than performance.
I'm thinking of going to buy some more. I want to check out the local running store - let's hope they carry them.
Most of the UW runners, including Hoare and McDonald wear Asics spikes. This might be a statement about Under Armour spikes since the Asics are long discontinued.
D1 Scrub wrote:
I don't know why you noobs think just because a school is sponsored by Under Armour the athletes need to wear Under Armour shoes. You can wear whatever you want.
Angelo Mysterioso wrote:
I believe Under Armour gave a bunch of money to the Trump campaign...
The guy who won the 1500 at ncaa's had nikes on. Under armour should have never gotten in the shoe business.
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