August 9, 2012 BY Aaron Hope / 8
Under Armour continues to build a respectable mix of veterans and young elite talents for its football division, but the basketball side of things might not even be as visible as their MLB endorsements. But with guys like Brandon Jennings and DeAndre Jordan continuing to improve, UA’s hardwood prospects rise right along with them, and the brand’s latest roundball flagship is about to debut at just the right time to start seriously training for the fall season. The Under Armour Micro G Torch has the look of a Hyperdunk x Hyperfuse hybrid, its synthetic etch-perfed upper accented by ‘Team Reflectivity’ hits and riding a LunarLon-esque Micro G sole. Have a closer look at colorways slated to launch on Wednesday, August 15th after the jump, let us know how they compare to the aforementioned Nike Basketball styles as well as the adidas Crazy Light and stick with Sneaker News for updates.
Looks too much like the hyperfuse or hyperdunks. Especially the first high top hyperfuses. I smell a law suit
@dopeman978 Judging even by your vocabulary, it seems like you need to do more homework, lol. Also, it's not illegal to duplicate a design when it comes to sneakers.
@Fujisofresh @dopeman978 So then why aren't there galaxy reeboks, adidas foamposites, or oasis concords. No you can't copy another brands design. Why do u think sneaker brands say patented technology. I don't necessarily think Nike will do anything here, but there is an obvious likeness
@MartinD44 Oh, one brand can't copy another's designe? Really? Explain BAPE. How about Gourmet? Both of these brand's cribbed their whole lines from other brand's models. Research it.