Crafted in a clothing factory, the new Under Armour Speedform Apollo defies the limits of traditional footwear construction. With the precision feel, fit, and comfort that has been expected from the brand, this latest version of the Under Armour Speedform is the lightest yet. Using UA’s famous material innovation, ultrasonic seams, and the first-ever molded seamless heel cup, the Apollo is a true extension of your foot. Get a detailed look at the latest in running footwear below in special promotional packaging, and get yourself a pair today for an even $100 at Under Armour.
When Under Armour started, they were just a small apparel company stationed in Baltimore, Maryland. Now they are one of the leaders in performance sneakers and apparel. Starting off on the gridiron, Under Armour has transcended their products onto the hardwood and for everyday training. For all the latest release information on Under Armour Basketball, Training, and Running sneakers stay informed with the Release Dates Page.
South Carolina shone bright over the weekend, upsetting Kentucky in shimmering Under Armour Anatomix Spawn PEs. Silver and gold versions of Under Armour’s premier silhouette sparkled on the court, while the Gamecocks also grabbed attention with their play. Although SC’s jeweled PEs and big win made a big impact, there were many other notable sneaker sightings around the country. Houston’s Danrad Knowles broke the unreleased Nike KD III “Skills Academy”, which were made exclusively for Kevin Durant’s summer camp in 2011. Michael Dixon Jr. ended Memphis’ disappointing run of team shoes by donning a sleek Nike LeBron 9 iD, and Pittsburgh’s Cameron Wright took it even further back with the rarely-seen LeBron 8 V2 “Yankees”.
The Under Armour Anatomix Spawn “The Zone” Stephen Curry PE celebrates the three-point professional’s return to NYC. As you may recall, last time Steph visited the Garden he dropped 54 points on the Knicks. To celebrate that accomplishment as well as his return, this PE pair of the Under Armour Anatomix Spawn is set to launch tomorrow at 12 PM EST online at Under Armour and Eastbay, as well as in store at the Foot Locker on 34th Street in NYC.
Putting a spell on defenders all season, Stephen Curry is set to make his first All-Star start this Sunday in the “Purple Voodoo” Under Armour Anatomix Spawn. Shades of indigo speak to removing evil, while purple represents physical strength and wisdom. Orange accents the outsole, branding and laces on this purple plastered PE, set off by a smokey graphic. Tune in to the ASG to Seth sport these and pick up select sizes in limited quantities at Under Armour.
A new Black/White-Red Under Armour Anatomix Spawn Low PE for Brandon Jennings embodies his current #noexcuses mindset. Aiming to help the Pistons make the playoffs, Jennings has adapted his game and increased his assists average this season, and Under Armour looks to aid his on-court performance with a new look for one of the latest styles from their performance basketball line. This special colorway, with interlocking BJ and 3 branding, won’t release, but new Anatomix Spawn PEs will hit retail in February. You can catch Jennings on the NBA hardwood tonight at home against the Utah Jazz.
Under Armour burst onto the performance basketball footwear scene in the fall of 2010 with a shoe called the Black Ice and a young, free-spirited point guard named Brandon Jennings, endorsing it. The Black Ice wasn’t the greatest performance shoe we had ever seen, but UA’s first attempt at a basketball shoe surely didn’t fall on deaf ears.
Premiered by the top prep talent at this weekend’s Under Armour Showcase in Charlotte, NC, the Under Armour Anatomix Spawn “Showcase” Mid and Low carry Hornets hues and daring design. The model popularized by Steph Curry and a host of other NBA top talent gets a run in the amateur game in both above and below ankle form, sporting a unique mix of electric blue and purple tones. Not playing in the 2014 Showcase? No worries, both pairs are available now in limited numbers at Under Armour.