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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 27 April 2020
The Under Armour Men's Micro G Pursuit aren't going to win any awards - they fill that niche that every brand has of a budget shoe that looks alright and does an ok to good job. Similar to the Nike downshifter in many ways, the shoe looks good (don't most running shoes look good in black?) with the white sole protruding slightly around the shoe like a fat tyre, offering stability on runs. There's little in the way of arch support like you might get in a more expensive trainer, but the shoe maintains closeness well and offers a solid, bouncy return on a step.

The Under Armour Men's Micro G Pursuit is an entirely functional trainer. You get exactly what you pay for, which depending on your perspective is either perfect, or not enough. Those looking for a shortcut to a more supportive shoe will be let down. For anyone looking for an all round training shoe, ditto. But for people who don't need arch support and just need a pair of good looking sneakers to get around in, you could do a lot worse.
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