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Black/Bitter/Hollywood

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Can you handle it?

Not just a pretty face, Under Armour's Micro G Toxic Six is an ultra-flexible running shoe with anatomical Micro G midsole to help your foot move naturally. A glove-like upper fits perfectly, while off-center laces reduce pressure on bones and tendons.

UPPER: Neoprene is light, tough, and allows the foot to move naturally. Asymmetrical lacing system reduces pressure and abrasion on the top of your foot.

MIDSOLE: Full-length Micro G foam turns cushioned landings into explosive takeoffs. Low heel and forefoot midsole encourages the foot to strike on the midfoot/forefoot, to work with natural efficiency. Full-length molded 4D Foam sockliner conforms to the foot.

OUTSOLE: Solid rubber in high impact zones for full ground contact with less weight.

WEIGHT: 6 oz.


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