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Under Armour Men's Anatomix Anomaly Basketball Shoe - Dick's Sporting Goods

Under Armour Men's Anatomix Anomaly Basketball Shoe

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Taking design inspiration from the Spawn, the Under Armour® Anomaly basketball shoe allows you to go hard throughout the game. Knock down the jumpers as the Micro G® cushioning reduces impact and the Nubuck quarter panels provide support. The design of the Anomaly uses a cored-out midsole, reducing the shoe weight and promotes a natural foot flex. The herringbone traction pattern offers multi-directional grip.

FEATURES:

  • Ideal for Center, Forward, Point Guard, Power Forward and Shooting Guards
  • Flex-gear in the heel promotes a natural fit
  • Nubuck quarter panels for additional support
  • Mesh included for increased breathability
  • Mid-cut upper delivers the perfect blend of mobility and support
  • Full-length Micro G® cushioning reduces impact
  • Molded Micro G™ sockliner for form-fitting comfort
  • Rubber outsole
  • Herringbone traction pattern for multi-directional traction
  • Weight: 11.5 oz
  • Style: 1241921-601
  • Under Armour


Country of Origin: China

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Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by EXCELLENT Basketball Shoe!!! Bought these shoes yesterday from Under Armour store and played basketball for 4 hours in them. The shoes broke in quickly and are very comfortable. Make sure you try them on 1st. I usually wear a size 10 but needed 10.5 for this shoe. August 13, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great shoes for a great price I was originally looking at the Anatomix Spawn, but couldn't find it, and when I found one and tried it on, I didn't think it was completely supportive on the ankle. When they did put this out, I tried it and it felt good. I have played with the anomaly for the past 2 months and have no complaints. Micro G cushioning is one of the best. As this is more beefed up, it feels sturdier around the ankles, which was something I was looking for. I also think it is very durable, and folks I play ball with have stepped on them. It is worth the price I paid for it. It is now part of my shoe rotation (I split more time with the anomaly and the adidas real deal, then play less with the Jordan Fly Wade 2 EV and the Nike Hyperdunk 2011). August 1, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Ok shoes I got these shoes just last week because they seemed nice and they were ok. They didn't feel very good when I tried them on but I still get complements for how cool they look and I don't really care about if they fit well. Overall, in my opinion they were fine but still not the best shoes so I wouldn't really recommend them. June 6, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Bad These shoes are horrible. I mean horrible. I am sorry, but they just make me sick. Not he color, but how bad your feet feel in them. May 30, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Not very good sneakers Bought these for my son and they started to get damaged after the first couple weeks. He also said that they were pretty uncomfortable in them and he made me write a review about how bad they were. I thought they were ok so I gave it a 2. But overall, I would have to agree with him that they weren't the best shoes to get. May 30, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Most Comfortable Basketball Shoe My daughter has played basketball since she was 4 years old. She has played at the club level for 5 years and worn different styles and name brands during this time. She would wear inserts to try and help the bottom of her feet, but they still hurt. The UA Anatomix does not require an insert, and she says this shoe has more ankle support than any pair she has ever worn . I guess my only regret is I should have bought two pair instead of one. April 5, 2014
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