Under Armour Blur Pro Football Boots Review

This week we are reviewing The Under Armour Blur Pro Football Boots.

Under Armour are a well-established US brand that is now making its mark in the UK and throughout Europe in an attempt to gain market share in the football boot area.

As worn by players such as Bobby Zamora, the Under Armour Blur Pro Football Boots are like shock absorbers for the feet! Players with natural speed and agility are able to tap into the technology used to design these boots, enabling far greater performance levels.

Built with an entirely seamless micro fibre upper, this unique perforated design with a smooth texture allows for enhanced ball control and keeps your feet feeling fresh and cool throughout the game. Something not all boots allow for.

The weight has been reduced to around 200g and combine this with the Pebax outsole and wider fore-foot and you have a boot that offers great maneuverability and acceleration. Twisting and turning, covering ground over short distances and stopping dead are no problem when wearing these football boots.

Micro G cushioning and 4D foam create ultimate shock absorption taking the stress off your calves and feet enabling sustained endurance levels. This is so important especially during the latter stages of the game.

The boots also feature an asymmetrical lacing system which includes a wrap-around tongue for individual fit and less bulkiness in the areas needed to strike the ball cleanly.

Under Armour offer a choice of two colourways, black/bolt or metallic silver with strategic positioning of the logo enhancing the visual effect. Whichever option you decide to go for you are certain to get noticed.

These boots would be suitable for players who have natural speed and agility. They will help to enhance these natural talents and will give you a competitive edge over your opposition.

In terms of build quality and value for money, you will be hard pressed to find a similar elite pair of boots built to this standard at such a relatively low price.

Under Armour Cold Gear Review

Under Armour has gone from being an obscure product for hardcore athletes to a power house brand in seemingly no time flat. The original Under Armour product was a compression shirt that was designed to wick away sweat and moisture from the body to let an athlete be cooler and more comfortable, but the line has rapidly expanded to include everything from jock straps to shoes.

This also includes expansion into the winter gear niche with the Under Armour Cold Gear line, which is supposed to keep you at the right temperature, neither too warm nor too cold, while keeping you dry. But whether it actually does that is what this Under Armour Cold Gear review is all about.

Of course, if we’re going to do an Under Armour Cold Gear review, we should probably talk about what exactly the line is. Basically, it’s a full line of clothing that encompasses everything from leggings and under shirts to heavy jackets, all of which are specifically designed for cold weather use. Under Armour also has the Heat Gear and All Seasons lines which are pretty much exactly what they sound like.

In this Under Armour Cold Gear review, we’re going to rate the line, as a whole on three different criteria: fit, comfort and effectiveness. These are the qualities that we feel will give us the best picture of how close the line comes to hitting the mark.


This is actually a little more important than you might imagine which is why we’re listing it in this Under Armour Cold Gear review. The reason for this is that the way the clothes fit is actually essential to them working the way that they’re supposed to.

The base layer needs to be close enough to the skin so that it can wick away moisture, while the mid layer needs to loose enough to keep air in so that you’re properly insulated. If either of these doesn’t fit right, then you’re going to lose effectiveness.

Fortunately, the Under Armour Cold Gear line fits really well. The only caveat is that while the clothing is generally meant to fit fairly snugly, it does run small, and so you should consider that when you’re buying.


This is a fairly subjective thing, but it should be a part of any comprehensive Under Armour Cold Gear review. Basically, the whole point of Cold Gear is to keep you comfortable while you’re exercising. Despite the intentionally snug fit, we found that the whole line was almost stupidly comfortable. You could probably wear this stuff as pajamas and save on your heating bills in the winter.


Ultimately, though, none of that matters if the gear doesn’t actually keep you warm.

What we found when we were testing the clothes for this Under Armour Cold Gear review [http://www.fitnessboxblog.co.uk/under-armour-cold-gear-review] is that the products work as advertised; we didn’t get sweat soaked, too warm or two cold no matter how hard we worked out.