The better your contact with the floor during your workouts, the better those workouts are going to be. The low, stable triangular base of the UA TriBase™ tech will help you through every rep, set, and WOD.
Rated 5 out of
Great CrossFit shoeI went from Metcon’s to Nanos to these and I love them. Great support and breathable. They’re comfortable while running, jumping, and lifting. Overall, great CrossFit shoe that looks great!
Date published: 2022-04-27
Rated 4 out of
Definitely an Improvement but...I'm a UA fan and have had or tried all their previous Tribase Models and these are by far their best ones yet. The review I made covers more details but here's the gist of it:
I wear a size 11.5 and they fit as described. They are comfortable all around the foot and soles, its wider in the soles and toe box as well, and is just as good with grip/traction, they breathe well, are comfortable for short distance runs, and all-day casual wear. Additionally, the color options are looking very promising. Outstanding improvement overall, Under Armour.
However, for me, I can't get over the size and weight increase of these shoes. they are about a half-inch wider and ~80g heavier than the Tribase Reign 3s.
I like my shoes to be close to the ground and maintain a low profile. They can feel clunky at times and while I do appreciate the higher heel counter, I just can't get over how they look during exercises. They are just too stiff and it doesn't bend when you bend so it looks like you're wearing miniature skis, lol.
Of course, all cosmetic-related cons and nothing worth deterring you from getting these shoes. They perform well and do not look all that bad. Overall, I highly recommend these shoes, especially if you're into Crossfit or weight training.
UA: Keep up the solid work and attention to detail!
Date published: 2022-04-30
Rated 4 out of
Best for training not for runningIt’s a good shoe. I went from the Reign3 to these and I think I like the Reign3 better. IMO, they looked better and they were a better running shoe. These ones (Reign4 Pro) give you good stability over the center of your foot, they fit well (not too tight or loose in the toe box), but they make me feel flat-footed (especially when running). I think these have a wider baseline at the soles of the feet and then that extra heel part in the back kind of make your foot land flat. Like like bumper rails for bowling but for your feet :)