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Originally set to debut late this Summer, both models have dropped surprisingly early out of nowhere, with little to no promotion.
The UA SC 3ZER0 III arrives equipped with a multi-directional herringbone outsole, full-length Micro G foam midsole, and a very cheap synthetic leather upper.
On the other hand, the UA HOVR Havoc 2 brings in some more of UA’s premium technology, featuring a a multi-directional nub/herringbone pattern for the outsole, HOVR cushioned midsole, and a perforated nylon upper with a synthetic rubber toe overlay.
Both models are now available now for $90 and $120 respectively. Don’t look to grab these models above other great performers at this price range, because, to be quite honest, UA hasn’t lived up to par with the technology that have to offer, and their HOVR cushioning in their basketball line is a complete and utter disappointment, not to mention their 2010s outdated synthetic upper. Share your thoughts on these in the comments below.
Under Armour SC 3ZER0 III & HOVR Havoc 2
MSRP: $90 & $120
Now Available: UnderArmour.com