Under Armor has expanded its UA Charged Bandit athletic shoe collection with a new version of the UA Charged Bandit Trek running shoe. Based on the UA Charged Bandit Trail Running Shoes, designed for cross-country running, the new product stands out with a higher shaft, padded materials and increased support..
The upper part of the new shoes, which are suitable for running and speed-hiking, is made mainly of reinforced polyester material and additionally reinforced with TPU overlays. The neck and part of the tongue-valve has a compacted supporting structure with the addition of adaptive foam. The interior features a quick-drying mesh lining and a full-length anatomical cushioning foam insole.
The outsole of the UA Charged Bandit Trek remains unchanged from the running versions, featuring a flexible TPU shank, a wide and midsole of dual-layer Charged Cushioning foam, and a flexible, split and durable outsole. The difference in height between the heel and toe is not more than 8 mm. The average weight of a pair of low shoes is about 610 grams.
To date, the UA Charged Bandit Trek is available in three color combinations (Pitch Gray/Mod Gray, Cinna Red/Highland Buff, Yellow Ocher/Summit White) and is priced at $110. It is possible to order a novelty, including through the official website of the company.