Looking at the Anatomix Spawn worn by Curry’s earliest endorsement, it seems that he has returned to the year when his dream with UA began.
Anatomix Spawn is undoubtedly the most representative work in the early days after UA announced its entry into the basketball market.
The hot-melt armor design with full muscle feeling and the system function of layered locking provide players with all-round coordinated movement of the muscles, tendons and bones of the feet.
The high-top design does not lose flexibility, and even has a lightweight gene.
Putting on the Micro G Atomix Spawn feels like putting on a ski boot. It isn’t easy, but when on it molds to you. Once you get these sneakers on you honestly don’t feel them. They give your feet a bear hug that doesn’t stop, yet doesn’t hurt or annoy. The tightness of the fit gives you exponential responsiveness on the court. The soles are equally exceptional. The combination of the sole’s grip plus the tight fit turns the shoe into a performance enhancer on the court.
The high-top version give solid ankle support thanks to more than adequate height on the upper of the shoes. However, if you are looking for cushioning, these sneakers probably aren’t for you. The Under Armor Micro G Atomix Spawn is made for performance, not for style.
The elastic that helped to secure the tongue in place. There is elastic running from the arch to the tongue, and from the tongue to the outside of the sole.
The subdued options that Under Armor offers. If your all about swag, there are plenty of options (including an orange/camo blend). The “flexgear” portions of the shoe are a bit rigid, but once you have the shoe on, you don’t notice it in the slightest