Under Armour Charge BB Low “Blacked Out” + “Clean White”

April 5th, 2013 by / 4

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Last year Under Armour unveiled their polarizing Micro G Charge BB model – a surefire eye-catcher that spurned contemporary styles with one of the most uniquely structure basketball shoes to date. One of the most common responses regarding the model was that a lowered height would be as good of an option, and it was during the 2013 All-Star Weekend that UA unveiled the Charge BB Low on the feet of Kemba Walker during the BBVA Rising Stars Challenge. Response has been great, and so UA is ready to release the Charge BB Low in both the “Blacked Out” and “Clean White” colorway – both featuring the Charge design concept and structural integrity. Both will be available on the UA online store soon at $100 a piece, so click below for a look at both colorways.


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greghall024
greghall024

look at the tread pattern on the bottom. looks familiar O_o

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