Running, walking or sports — Under Armour is a brand that does it all with innovative sneaker technology. That’s why the sportswear brand is an excellent choice for your next pair of sneakers. Under Armour also has many options that are lightweight and feature allover, heel-to-toe comfort. Wear them to the gym, intense workout classes or team them with khakis or jeans and polo for a casual look at work. The athletic label has minimalist options and plenty of subtle design treatments for all sorts of occasions.
With so many styles available, we’ve done the research for you and curated a list of men’s sneakers by Under Armour that deserve a spot in your sneaker rotation.
For more than 75 years, Footwear News has been the shoe authority. Our coverage spans top industry news, retail trends, head-to-toe fashion, athletic and outdoor analysis and more. Footwear News’ global network of editors has carefully curated all product selections featured using our expansive brand knowledge and thorough research to find quality, long-lasting items. If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, we may receive an affiliate commission.
Watch on FN
1. Under Armour Men’s Kilchis Sneaker
Highly durable, Under Armour’s Kilchis shoes have overlays for abrasion protection and an easy on, easy off lacing system. They come in seven different colorways.
Pros: The midsole and footbed is constructed for rapid drainage, which will help to keep your feet dry. Under Armour’s J-Step rubber outsole enhances grip on wet surfaces, protects against slippage and is non-marking.
Cons: They tend to feel narrow for large, very wide feet, so consider sizing up accordingly.
2. Under Armour Men’s Micro G Assert 7 Sneaker
There’s a soft-but-stable treatment engineered in the lightweight Micro G Assert 7 silhouette. The shoe is designed with a comfy interior, but on the outside its leather overlays keep your feet in place.
Pros: Your feet will feel cool and dry with an upper that delivers on breathability. The rubber outsole provides protection around the foot’s high-impact zones. They’re quick-drying and machine washable.
Cons: Fans of its predecessor might find this version slightly narrow in the toebox, so if you have wide feet it’s best to size up.
3. Under Armour Men’s Surge Running Shoe
These lightweight sneakers offer a balance of flexibility and shock absorption. Running and walking just got easier. You’re welcome.
Pros: The outsole is designed for an enhanced grip via raised rubber knobs. They’re stylish and available in a few vibrant options and muted colors, ranging from size 7 to 15.
Cons: They’re not available in wide width options, so consider going a size up if you have large feet.