Product Review: Women’s Under Armour Spine Rpm Running Shoe

Under Armour Spine Rpm Running Shoe

Under Armour Spine Rpm Running Shoe

I have the privelege of partnering with Under Armour for their year-end campaign. I will do a review and give-a-way of the Women’s Under Armour Spine Rpm running shoe , in addition to partnering with 10 total Sweat Pink and FitFluential ambassadors to provide more reach for our give-a-ways on Facebook next week. As mentioned in my previous post, we are launching a “Healthy Chrismtas Gifts” give-a-way series on Facebook from Monday through Friday of next week to give all of you ten chances to win awesome gifts!

Earlier this week I got home from Thanksgiving vacation in FL, and my Women’s Under Armour Spine Rpm Running Shoes were waiting for me on my door step. I was super pumped to see what they looked like in person, and was certainly not disspaointed.  I absolutely love the color and they look very comfortable.

Under Armour Running Shoes Give-a-Way

I absolutely love the color and the look of these running shoes!

On Wednesday I took my first three mile jog outside in the UA shoes. I wear a size 6.5 in women’s dress shoes, and usually get a full size up in my runners. I ordered the 7.5 in the UA shoes, and they are a bit too big. If I would have tried them on in the store, I would have gone for the 7’s. So, keep that in mind if you win the give-a-way! For my 3 mile run, I used the insoles that come in the UA shoes … they did not support my feet in the least. So, I was sure to transfer my insoles from my Mizunos into the UA shoes as soon as I got home 🙂

Yesterday I had a few clients in the gym, so I wore the Under Armour running shoes for a few hours. They were great on the cross training machines, and certainly comfortable. In fact, my feet usually get numb on the elliptical after a while, and that didn’t happen to me yesterday — interesting. I also felt pretty cool walking around the gym with such good looking runners 🙂 I did a few laps around the track with clients, and they were fine, but I don’t think I would wear them for a race — my feet seem to slap the ground more with the UA runners versus my Mizunos or Saucony’s. I will likely (mostly) wear them for plyos and cross training.

My first 3 mile run in the Under Armour running shoes.

My first 3 mile run in the Under Armour running shoes.

Overall, I am super stoked to have this new pair of Under Armour running shoes, and thrilled that Under Armour asked me to partner with them on a campaign. What an honor! Stay tuned for a give-a-way on Monday for these shoes, and 9 more chances for you to win both Under Armour and other healthy Christmas gifts for your friends and family.

7 thoughts on “Product Review: Women’s Under Armour Spine Rpm Running Shoe

  1. runningwithsass says:

    Love the color! I thought about trying those but I have very “picky” feet when it comes to running and read some reviews that made them sound better for cross training, etc. But they are super cute!

  2. Amanda Tress says:

    Yes, I love the look too! I agree though — good for cross training, but I am not going to be able to wear them for long runs or races. My feet are very picky too. Mizuno has never done me wrong, so I stay fairly loyal. I’ve had some major feet issues in the past with Nike though. Thanks for reading!

  3. Running For Today says:

    I can’t stand when I have shoes that ‘slap’ the ground during a run! They are super cute though and I most likely would get a shoe like that for cross training since I am a huge Mizuno supporter as well 🙂

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