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Upon its debut last year, UA’s HOVR Havoc line became popular for its bold look and “positionless” feel, and now its second iteration — the UA HOVR Havoc II — has hit the market, with a little liftoff assistance from Joel Embiid, Dennis Smith Jr, and Mo Bamba. Unveiled during the Under Armour team’s recent tour of China, the HOVR Havoc II takes all the traints that world-class basketball players loved about the first model and tweaks each to near-perfection. With a full-length HOVR cushioning system, higher, re-worked midsole, new propulsion plate for extra support, and a multi-directional traction pattern for exemplary grip, the shoe provides a versatile feel, one that’s equally as adapt for explosive guards like Smith as it is for powerful big men like Embiid and Bamba. Jojo himself showered the new design in especially high praise, stating “My first reaction to the shoe was that the comfort level felt unlike any other basketball shoe I’ve worn. Total, all around foot comfort. I couldn’t wait to put in work in them on-court.” The HOVR Havoc II is available now in three colorways with a retail price of $120 USD, so if you want something new for your summer workouts you can head over to UA.com and scoop your pair today.
UA HOVR Havoc II