Challenge the status-quo and all-around athletic performance with the Under Armour TriBase Reign Training Shoes. Press play to witness how these shoes are built for tough workouts from the ground up.
When you hit the gym you need constant stability in your shoes, so you can focus more on conquering your fitness goals and less time on distractions from shoes not built for the challenge. That's when you need to choose the Men's UA TriBase Reign to hit the gym with a connected feel that gives you a tough ripstop material and a durable mesh that's lightweight and supportive with all-around abrasion resistance. Even better, the external heel counter provides increased stability with a heel that's locked-in-place and a full-length Micro G foam midsole for an ultimate and responsive cushion. Don't just choose any fitness shoe to tackle your workout challenges, instead, choose the UA TriBase built to maximize ground contact with a superior, natural range of motion.
Tough, ripstop material
Lightweight support and all-around abrasion
UA TriBase outsole to maximize ground contact
External heel counter for stability and a locked-in fit
Downwards flexibility to grip the ground during lifts
Superior upwards flexibility to promote natural motion
Strategic rubber build under toe box for powerful floor grip
Low ground construction for greater feel and power transfer
Fits Just about right. Feels Amazing. Performs amazing!
So much hype around xfit and gear. These shoes are new players to the game. I own all three major players now. Started with the nanos, and last year, invested in MetCons, and now these TriBase. I use all three randomly, to see which provides the best support and performance. So far, they all perform very similar, especially for the average xfit. I'm sure the top 1% of the 1% will know the difference, the rest of us, it come down to your feet and your genetics on how they're designed. My feet are wider than average, so these TriBase feel as if they have a little more room than the MetCons, but similar to the Nanos. Doing Oly Lifts and Power Lifts in these vs the other two, are pretty much the same across the board. For running? I haven't used these yet. so can't comment on that. Style wise? I like the black and gum soles, tribase were a perfect meld of this style. They feel pretty sturdy too. but I only use these for indoor applications. They haven't touched the pavement. Overall, i'd recommend these if you're a beginner to an average fitness athlete. Especially if you're an UA fan, then you'll love these.
Always had the swoosh brand before and had to have multiple for different uses. Those are great for heavy lifting (xfit kind) sprints and lateral moves. My first pair but definitely not my last. Great job UA
Nice looking shoe but waaaaay to narrow. I feel like they will stretch out but I think a half size down would make this less stable. They are good for lifting but not so much for agility work. I'm sure if you have narrow feet these will be spot on for you.
Totally worth it. I was using some basic Under Armour running shoes for CrossFit and noticed I was having issues with stability but didn’t think much of it. Got these shoes, it’s literally night and day. Lightweight, stability is awesome, plus they’re good looking shoes. So pleased with this purchase. They fit great, nice material. These shoes are amazing for training. I’m a woman, size 9 shoe but purchased a 7 since these are men’s shoes and they are perfect.
I have like 4 Pairs of UA shoe but nothing beats this one. I can do Lunges Comfortably without having to worry if my shoe will be flexible without worn out . Some genius really made this who understand all aspects of training. I Deadlift 150 KG, Squat 140 Kg and everything is perfect. The heel, the power, the push it has got everything you need to train for power, speed and strength. I even did my snatches and clean and jerks. Go for it.
I have tried multiple training shoes by UA and boy far these are the best shoes they have came out with. From power lifting to cross training these shoes can handle it all! Great comfort, snug fit with out squeezing your feet.
This shoe digs into the back of your heal, due to the terrible back lip material being way to hard, almost sharp the edge is on it. I tried to remedy it with different pairs of socks, and lacing it tight but it still did not help the issue, had to return them do to this engineering flaw. Overall they look good, just are terrible to wear.
Have gone through five pairs of Inov-8 240's for the last five years and absolutely love them. Wanted to try something new and settled on the Reign. Out of the box I liked the look but not the feel. Stiff and heavy compared to the Inov-8's and there is an internal strap that felt annoying. Almost sent them back. Decided to try them in the gym. First workout included burpees and wall balls - loved the stability on the wall balls and the flexibility and protection on burpees. Never felt the internal strap during the workout and they breathe well. Excellent result. Second workout, squats and box jumps. After wearing lightweight and fairly unstable (by design) shoe, I really like the solid feel of these. They will be keepers. Only issue so far is tight lacing, no big deal. Size is accurate, go with your dress shoe size. Hope this helps, as I would have liked a detailed summary when ordering a brand new product.
The shoes runs true to size, HOWEVER, it’s too narrow. Length of the shoes is perfect but after just wearing them for a bit, the side of my foot starting to hurt. I tried a WOD in them and my foot started to cramp up. My shoes were even really laced up right either.
Overall traction of the shoes is great. Comfortable for workouts. It’s just too narrow.
The inside is constructed with tabs / straps designed to hold the tongue in place. This hinder easy slip on and off significantly and the inner straps appear to be poorly made... meaning they will tear in time with slip on and off. In CF slipping shoes on and off fast is key as you swap to lifters. Clearly someone who watches CF and does not participate in CF designed these. Remake the design and you have a functional shoe.
I have had a few issues with certain UA shoes being too narrow. I was concerned with this due to the heavily built insole for rope work. The shoe is incredibly well built but too narrow. If you have wider feet, use caution.
I've always been an UA fan, but they did not have a decent training shoe which is why I've been using the Metcon 3 for over a year. Finally, in December they came out with a serious training shoe to compete with the Metcon and I ordered it immediately. Although, I am bias towards UA I will do my best to be as honest as possible.
First off, the sizing is about right... it does feel a little loose at times but going down half a size might be too tight. I am happy I went true to size with this model.
I've been using the shoe for all my workouts since receiving the item, and they have been phenomenal. The stability on these are amazing, which lead me not to wear my AdiPower shoes during squats/bench. The TriBase technology does come in handy for turf sprints, sled runs, or walking lunges. The laces are difficult to pull from the lace hole, but I suppose that's a good thing to keep the shoe sturdy on your feet.
In comparison, to the Metcon 3 I have been using I would say the ankle portion of the shoe was a bit more comfortable on the Metcon, but it was deteriorating a lot faster. The Reigns seem to be a lot more durable.
Overall, I would purchase this shoe in another color way and the 2nd version of it when it releases.
Very comfortable. Run a little big but not terrible. Would be nice if they were a little wider. Used for a moderate workout, great stability and comfort across all exercises. Would definitely recommend.
These shoes are great for circuit workouts. I was pleasantly surprised by how comfortable they are. They are quite stiff around the body of my foot, which is what I wanted. There's also ample amount of space in the toe box; closer to a dedicated running shoe. I haven't had any major issues going through my two a day workouts. They were wearing on my ankles a bit but that was easily remedied with cuffed socks. All in all...I would definitely recommend them.