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ProsWhat I Like About the UA TriBase Reign 6…
- Stable for Lifting
- Responsive Drop-In Midsole
- Great All-Arounder
ConsWhat I Don’t Like About the UA TriBase Reign 6…
- Not Great for Longer Runs
- Drop-In Midsole May Not Be for Everyone
- Run a Little Heavy
Product Summary and Features
The Under Armour TriBase Reign 6 is quite easily the strongest TriBase model to date. This shoe’s dual-density drop-in midsole and athletic fit make it a great pick for tackling all types of workouts. The WARP upper, rubber sidewall wraps and aggressive outsole tread also help promote this shoe’s overall durability.
The toe box in the UA TriBase Reign 6 should work for most foot anatomies even wider feet. This shoe’s flatter feel also makes this shoe a good pick for lifters who prefer training with close to zero-drop models.
- UA WARP and chainlink mesh upper
- External heel clip and heel counter promote security
- Dual-density midsole promotes stability and versatility
- UA TriBase™ maximizes ground contact
- Full-rubber outsole with wraps up the sides
- Strategic build under the toe box for better grip
- Low-to-the-ground build allows for greater feel & power
- Read my UA TriBase Reign 6 Review
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UA TriBase Reign 6 Specs
- Heel-to-Toe Drop: 2mm
- Weight: 14.15 oz (size 10 men’s)
- Removable Insole: Yes
- Colors: 6 men/1 women
- Max Squat: 435 lbs. Really good stability. You notice light compression past 405 lb but it doesn’t impact squat performance.
- Max Deadlift: 545 lbs. The flatter feel is great for deadlifts and if you remove the drop-in midsole you can get incredibly close to the ground for heavy pulls.
- Max Lunge: 245 lb walking lunge. Good stability and I like that you feel secure laterally and medially.
- Max Leg Press: 590 lbs. Great outsole grip for traction and width for promoting toe splay.
- TF2 Lifting Rating: 4.6/5
- HIIT Workouts: Full-body circuits. This shoe feels athletic which I appreciate and the drop-in midsole does a good job of promoting “bounce” when doing plyometrics and explosive workouts.
- CrossFit WODs: Fran, Cindy, and more. I think this will be the strongest Reign model for CrossFit to date. The durability has been great and the versatility is the best yet for this shoe line.
- Running Tests: Sprints and 1.5 mile run. For sprints, I like the pliability and responsiveness of this shoe. For my 1.5 mile runs, this shoe felt okay. My main gripe with it for running is that it does run a little heavy.
- TF2 Versatility Rating: 4.5/5