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Under Armour Charge BB Low “Houston Lights” PEs

February 16, 2013 BY / 2

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Last night, Under Armour athlete Kemba Walker took the court for the BBVA Rising Stars Challenge debuting the low-top version of the polarizing Under Armour Micro G Charge look. What’s done to the Low is that the huge heel that entirely wrapped the lower leg has been drastically reduced, resulting in a more classic silhouette – all while keeping the advanced design concept of the Charge in mind. Kemba wore this sick colorway called the “Houston Lights”, inspired by the city’s skyline. There are two colorways at the core of this weekend’s specialties so check out both below and let us know what you think – the Charge BB Low will hit retail this Fall 2013 season.


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KenDo
KenDo

underarmour got some good designers, damn. they might be on the come up.



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