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UA Bandit 3 for serious running, everyday use

Under Armour has taken the running scene by storm, and their newest asset is no exception. 

Bandit 3 is the newest addition to the brand’s renewed running offering which this year has included: the most recent evolution of Gemini with its 3rd iteration, the new UA Velocity ultra-lightweight running shoe and UA Europa, the first-ever running “control” shoe from the Baltimore-based brand.

The Bandit 3 is the third installment of their Bandit series, and it is a shoe designed to be “street ready”. It provides a versatile, lightweight style that accompanies its Charged Cushioning technology, which absorbs impact and returns explosive energy, giving the runner a comfortable run.

The newest member of Under Armour's running series, the Bandit 3, is ready to take Manila by storm
The new Bandit 3, a shoe for great design and even better performance, has a seamless heel cup that molds the foot for a perfect fit, eliminating all distractions and making the shoe feel like an extension of your feet. 

Its knit upper feels perfect and flexes as you move, which makes it a great shoe for long-distance runs.

In addition to satisfying the runner’s needs for a great performance shoe, Bandit 3 is also a stylish option for everyday use. Doing justice to its name, the Bandit series has once again stolen the show.

Bandit 3 will soon be available in all Under Armour brand houses in Manila and major cities nationwide.

Bandit 3 in a mix of neon green and blue 
Topics: Bandit 3 , Under Armour , running , fitness
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