Unisex-child grade college assert eight sneaker

(8 customer reviews)


  • 84% polyester, sixteen% elastane
  • imported
  • synthetic sole
  • shaft measures about low-top from arch
  • underneath armour’s challenge is to make all athletes higher via passion, design and the relentless pursuit of innovation
  • where we commenced? All of it started with an concept to construct a advanced t-shirt
  • the generation in the back of under armour’s diverse product collection for guys, girls and teens is complicated, however the program for reaping the benefits is simple: put on heatgear while it’s hot, coldgear whilst it is cold, and allseasongear among the extremes
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product description

light-weight mesh higher with three-color virtual print can provide complete breathability. Long lasting leather-based overlays for balance & that locks for your midfoot. Eva sockliner offers soft, step-in consolation. One-piece eva midsole turns cushioned landings into explosive takeoffs. Stable rubber outsole covers high effect zones for more durability with much less weight.


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Big Kid, Big Kid (8-12 Years)


Black (001)/Pitch Gray, Ash Gray (400)/Wire, Pitch Gray (101)/White, Red (601)/White, Royal (401)/Red, Mod Gray (100)/Pinkadelic, Tempest (402)/Fluo Fuchsia, Beta (603)/White, Black (002)/X-ray, Black (003)/Lipstick, Black (005)/Black, Black (007)/Pitch Gray, Black (008)/White, Blue Haze (404)/Orange Spark, Comet Green (301)/Halo Gray, Eclectic Pink (602)/White, Electric Blue (407)/Halo Gray, Halo Gray (103)/White, Halo Gray (104)/White, Halo Gray (110)/White, Mod Gray (108)/White, Pinkadelic (600)/White, Pitch Gray (102)/Versa Red, Pitch Gray (106)/White, Versa Blue (403)/Vapor Green, Halo Gray (105)/White

8 reviews for Unisex-child grade college assert eight sneaker

  1. Lee George

    My 12 year old son is a shoe monster. He goes through them like Grant took Richmond. Or was it Richmond took Grant. Whatever. He’s worn this pair every day since school started in August and now, just before Xmas, they still look like new. Maybe he just learned how to take better of care of his stuff, but I doubt it. I also doubt UnderArmor can be totally indestructible but, regardless of the reason(s), these shows are a winner. Read more

  2. BeantownGirl

    Bought these almost 4 months ago – they are holding up great for my 9yo who wears them daily. He is rough on his shoes (including playing on the basketball team, and the toe and everything holds up great). He says they are a little more narrow than his previous Under Armor shoes (despite being a half size larger). Perhaps watch out if your child has wider feet than average. Read more

  3. mpp

    I am a woman who wears a size 6 in kids and the sizing was exactly correct. My sneaker matched the image displayed online. I lifted, ran 3 miles, and did a Hiit Class in these and they held up fine MINUS the back part of my ankle being in so much pain. After you wear the sneakers for a couple of minutes it irritates the back part of your leg/bottom of your ankle. 5/1 Updated Review: These aren’t good for hiit, running, or jumping. My feet are starting to hurt every time I workout with these. You can walk or lift in these though. The pain in the back of my foot went away after sneaker was broken in though. Read more

  4. Sweetiee1

    My son loves these shoes! I couldn’t get him out of the high top UA ones until we saw these in the store. They didn’t have his size so I ordered on Amazon. He won’t take them off! Very comfortable. I’m sure I’ll buy another pair when he wears these out. Read more

  5. Chrissy

    Purchased 2 pair: Green/Gray and the Blue /Red in size 4 Big Boy. My son really wanted the Blue/Red but after reading another review stating they were “sun faded” looking and not like the original picture. I got the Green/ Gray as a back up. I was pleasantly surprised the Blue is deep and vibrant like shown in picture. Reason for 4/5 stars is the base of the tongue and laces, and the heel seems to be tight. Following the measurement chart, we actually went up a whole shoe size ( he measures a 3/3.5) and we got the 4s for growing room. However, I’ll be exchanging for a 4.5 and see if that will help as the length was fine. Read more

  6. Derick

    Actual color is a dirty looking purple and a weird neon off orange color. Almost looks sun faded! It isn’t necessary the fault of the seller, the type of material they are made of caused them to look vibrant for some reason. Read more

  7. S.A.L.

    A bit long and narrow, but loosening the laces helps. The first day, they bothered my Achilles area on the back of my leg. After that no problems at all. These have helped my feet stop hurting and helped my plantar fasciitis. The heel area almost feels bouncy like there’s a cloud in there or something. These shoes are definitely worth the price. Read more

  8. L+T

    So we go through shoes like nobody’s business. And these days sneakers don’t seem to be made like they used to be. This all foam sole business on so many brands is absolute garbage. Fortunately under armor hasn’t completely gone that route yet and is still putting rubber on the bottoms of their shoes. With that said; we are now buying UA brand sneaks for all our kids. They simply last longer than the competitors. Not just the soles, but the stitching too. Highly recommend. Read more

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