The Under Armour HOVR Apex 2 training shoe provides the 'versatility needed to adapt to any workout'

The Under Armour HOVR Apex 2 training shoe provides the 'versatility needed to adapt to any workout'
The Under Armour HOVR Apex 2 training shoe provides the 'versatility needed to adapt to any workout'
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Millions nationwide are adjusting their routine based on extenuating circumstances, and their workouts are no exception. From hiking to HIIT sessions in the park, you need a shoe that can withstand various surfaces while also providing maximum comfort.

A follow-up to their first iteration, the Under Armour HOVR Apex 2 is a versatile trainer that promises to “equip athletes with the capability to perform in the moment and conquer the unexpected.”

Available in both men and women sizes, highlights in the Apex 2 include an engineered mesh upper for added breathability and a uniquely constructed upper fitted with an abrasion-resistant pattern. This feature adds durability for countless burpees, ladder drills, jump lunges, or whatever your workout of the day entails.

A reimagined support strap adds not only an attractive aesthetic, but draws the heel back, locking it in place for an enhanced fit. When paired with Under Armour’s signature TriBase technology in the outsole, UA HOVR Apex 2 provides maximum ground control and flexibility so you can push, run and jump without any concerns.

Retailing at $140 a pair, you can shop the HOVR Apex 2 at Under Armour.

Now that you’ve upgraded the trainers, perhaps this is a good time to break them in with a new challenge sponsored by the Baltimore-based brand. In a period where social distancing is encouraged, Under Armour wants to help you feel connected to others near and far. Participants can join the Better Together MyFitnessPal Challenge from July 15 to August 15 and hustle toward a personal goal of logging 12 exercises in 30 days, contributing to the larger community goal of three million logged workouts nationwide.

Between the HOVR Apex 2 and the Better Together challenge, you’re well on your way to reaching those fitness goals.

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