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Para encontrar tu medida más exacta, dibuja tu pie completo en una hoja de papel y mide del talón hasta la punta. Si tu medida está entre alguno de los números de la tabla de tallas, te recomendamos que elijas la talla superior. Asegúrate de que pones el peso completo sobre el pie mientras lo dibujas. Nota: Para mejores resultados, es recomendable hacer la medición finalizando el día.
Hemos recreado esta tabla fácil de usar de manera que encontrar la talla ideal para tus niños no sea un problema. * Debido a conversiones del sistema métrico/inglés habrá algunas ocasiones en que dos tallas US pueden equivaler a un mismo tamaño en centímetros.
* Para poder tener una medida real en base a los centímetros el zapato tiene que ser medido por el interior del mismo y no por la suela de este.
* La talla Chilena no viene en la etiqueta en el exterior de la caja, por favor fijarse en la talla US.
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The soles on these shoes will wear out. Only used for light running and walking on a treadmill and track. Roughly 10-15km a week of running/walking. Soles aren’t compressed just worn all the way through. Very disappointing product. The structure of the shoe is good but the soles are shot. I would like to return or have resoled.
I have worn both the Hovr 1 and Hovr 2 model shoes, both in red. I ordered two pairs of the Hovr 3 in red and got neon pink/orange. Didn't even try them on. Pictures on website do not match actual product. See picture of the difference between my H1, H2 and whatever color the H3 is.
Hurts toes when running but like Bluetooth seems every stiff
I've been trying to become a runner for two years, and it isn't working. I love tech though, and I love the idea of extra data and live coaching from a connected shoe. These are very comfortable and they fit right. No issues first run with the normal shoe issues - no pain, no rubbing, no odd soreness afterward...
My white/red shoes loaded up, funny enough, as white/black, but whatever, right? I've had a few runs in them though, and I have a lot of connection issues with UA MapMyRun - despite the latest app version saying the only update is improving connectivity. Almost every time, I have to quit the app and hope they connect the 2nd time I load it up. On my last run, they dropped connection after about a mile. I stopped and could not get them to reconnect. They keep track and can load data even without a phone, so I continued, hoping they would upload later. Without the connection, I lost my real time coaching telling me my fat feet weren't going fast enough, and after the run, the stats didn't finish updating.
Running data shown in attached photo. My running plan wanted me to do an easy 12-minute mile pace (super complicated by the marching band mini step pace and stride length). If they can't get the connection right, I'd rather send them back and use my normal brand - but I can't because they're supposed to be in original condition
No complaints. Nice and light. Perfect for activities I purchased the sneakers for.
The banded tongue was tight around my ankles at first but after a few days to break them in, I am extremely happy with these sneakers. Very comfortable and the real time feedback has helped my run time and form.
The Sonic 3 stacks up well to it's origins. Not as breathable as the 1, but decent air flow. Underfoot feel falls toward the firmer end of the modern spectrum, but it feels stable, responsive, and like it will hold up for 300+ miles. Only issue I have is that I had to 1/2 size up to reduce pressure on top of my big toe, and the padding around the achilles is a big firm. It took a few hours of wear before it broke in and didn't bother me.
This shoe is well worth your money considering that it has UA's premium cushioning platform, and an accelerometer that measures cadence, stride length, foot strike angle, ground contact time, distance, and pace. Would love to see UA do a super breathable version for the heat.
Set the UA app to periodically give you a stride /gait analysis, seems helpful so far in preventing my recurring hip muscle injury . (I felt great after my first run with them, and they did tell me to shorten my stride mid run) I've only ran once so far with them, but seem quite comfortable.
They run quite a bit narrower in the mid foot than my past under armour shoes of the same size. Had I tried them on in store, rather than bought via delivery, I likely would have gone up a half size. The insoles are a bit thicker than my others, so maybe when they compress a bit they'll fit better ?
This is the first pair of UA shoes I have had. So far I have only logged 60 miles on them but have got my first impressions. Overall I like them, nice and light, good amount of cushioning and flexible.
However I found the fit to be quite tight even though same size as the other brand I use. The heel area is a good fit, as is the width at the arch however the toe box narrows quickly and is very small. Next time I will know to go up a size or two.
Great traction. Best grip of the 3 models. Running on wet pavement is adequate. I’ve never had a shoe that was great in wet conditions.
Light and Responsive. The foam feels slightly firmer than models 1 and 2 however very comfortable. May be due to new traction style.
Good toe box room however not too wide.
Fit and feel are great.
Laces have to be tightened well so no loosening during running. Not a major issue at all. Just have to be aware.
No other concerns.
Sonic 3 is an awesome shoe that continues the strong performance of the first two models. It’s a solid shoe for 5k to half marathon. Highly recommend it.