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I took a risk getting these after having the UA Phantom Hovr RN OPS which I adored - But as they weren't in stock anymore I was between these and the Sonic 3's.
Bought these and noticed they were a bit tighter than the Phantom's but half a size bigger would have been too big. Took them out for a run, quite liked the propulsion plate, but noticed the additional weight immediately.
They feel Bulky and heavy. Though I haven't had any significant injuries I keep getting blisters in the same spot from the elastic inside rubbing on the ball of my foot. Got the Phantom's back out and noticed the difference straight away. They almost feel more like a stability shoe which are often heavier due to the additional support.
The Machina's are really aesthetically pleasing and I so wanted to like the shoes but I wont be getting another pair and will be returning to the Phantoms ASAP.
A big fan of UA overall just don't think these shoes were right for me - I have high arches and a neutral gait.
I have two pairs of these sneakers. The cushioning is great as I have primarily been using the sonic series for a while now and wanted a little more cushioning while I recover from a back injury. I have 80 miles on one pair and 30 on the other of the Machina shoes I have and both of them are having serious durablility problems with the forefoot sole. On the pair with 80 miles on them I am almost through the sole onto the plate which is extremely disappointing for the price of the shoe. I will be lucky if I get to 100 miles on them without going through the rubber and I have only run in them 4 times the rest is walking. I have gotten over 300 miles on my other pairs of Sonic 2s without coming anywhere near the wear level I have already on these. I will definitely not be buying this pair of sneakers again. I will be switching back to the Sonic series and hoping the new version of those do not use the same rubber on them.
I really appreciate the technical advancements of these shoes.
They provide a lot of "return" from my plant. I look forward to running in them every day.
Shoes are not comfortable at all. Thight from front side even I bought one number larger than my foot size.
These were my second set of HOVR connected shoes I've used. The Phantoms were a great pair ended up getting 378 miles out of them before they had to be retired. The Phantoms seemed to be a little narrow in the toe box. With this pair the toe box was spot on the width, however I have gotten pretty bad case of runners toe after switching. I really like the comfort and weight of these shoes. I haven't really noticed a difference with PEBAX insert. I will be buying a second pair of these in a half size larger.
I've been running in UA shoes for about 3 years now and have been in Infinites for awhile. I decided to change it up and try out the Machina. They were very stiff at first but figured a couple miles and they would loosen up. They did after about 20 miles but at 30-40 miles my right shin began to have major pain that I had not experienced. I switched back to my Infinite and had no issues. Gave these a try again and immediately had the pain.
I had read great reviews on these but they just did not work for my feet. I'll stick to my Infinite.
Will the RED color shoe be released in a size 7???
I have been using these shoes since April and have put around 200km on them. I have found the fit to be just right, UK size 10 in almost all shoes and these have been very comfortable even from the first run. I find they work very well in short quick runs, thanks to the single carbon plate they feel very springy. I have done up to half marathon distance in them and they are still comfortable for that - although I probably wouldn't take them any further.
I have them paired to my Samsung smartwatch (even without my phone) - live cadence data is very helpful. The coaching tips from the map mapmyrun app are a little basic but appreciated. They are probably very useful for new runners.
I love the colour - the 'red' is much more of a neon pink/orange but it won't be for everyone!
TLDR: Great versatile running shoe, best for short runs with good feedback from smart devices.
Best running shoes I had so far, very confy and good performance.
I really wanted to like these shoes. The appearance and the features on paper sounded great. But after trying really hard to give them a shot (I have put about 100 miles on them), I just don't like them at all. The first thing is the fit. I find them really tight which is a first in shoes for me. I traditionally have narrow feet and usually my only issue is that the shoes feel sloppy. Not the case with these. My feet feel cramped and uncomfortable. For context I currently run in pairs of Altras, Hokas, Sauconys, and Salomons (when I'm not using the UAs) and do not have this issue in any of those other shoes. The second issue is the performance. I expected a shoe that was plush enough for long runs, but still responsive. Instead I find them to be heavy and firm to the point of feeling clunky. Again, I run in a lot of different shoes with different levels of cushioning and responsiveness and I have been able to comfortably adapt to all of those. The Machinas just have not broken in in a way that I feel comfortable running more than a few miles in them at a time. The last thing is that I can see how UA is attempting to compete in the market with the rest of the shoe companies utilizing carbon fiber plate technology. Where they missed the mark is that they tried to create a daily running shoe where those others are more light weight trainers and racing shoes. In doing so, they made a shoe that is not a great daily trainer and not a shoe you can race in. Like I said, I really wanted to like this shoe because I like so much of the other things that UA does (the Tribase Reign is one of the best shoes I've ever used for the gym), but the HOVR Machina just does not work for me and is not worth the hefty price tag. Wish I could have that money back for UA running apparel instead.