Unisex UA Phantom 3 SE Black History Month Running Shoes
Original price: $150.00, Sale price: $112.97

Unisex UA Phantom 3 SE Black History Month Running Shoes

Original price: $150.00, Sale price: $112.97

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What's it do?

They have the sink-in comfort and energetic feel of UA HOVR™ cushioning underfoot, and 360° of softness and stretch on top.

  • Lightweight, comfortable UA IntelliKnit upper with stretch where you need it
  • Layered mesh & foam midfoot panel for added structure with increased breathability
  • Bootie construction for elevated ease of entry combined with a contoured fit
  • External heel counter creates the ultimate in stable support
  • Responsive UA HOVR™ cushioning reduces impact, returns energy & helps propel you forward
  • Full rubber outsole with strategic pattern for elevated traction & durability
UA Black History Month Collection


The history of Black culture, campus life, and sports has been told in handsewn quilts passed down from generation to generation. Now, just in time for Black History Month, suit up in gear inspired by that long tradition and the stories of today’s HBCU athletes.


“For this year’s collection there was a goal to tap into the heritage of African American quilting. We tied this heritage to the colors of HBCUs to complete the story and create a collection that represents the past (and) pushes the boundaries of our future.”

– Nate Thomas, UA Print & Pattern Designer


“For the 2024 BHM collection we drew inspiration from the tradition of quilting in the black community and HBCU’s letterman jackets. In the way the threads come together to make quilts, the HBCU colors unite to create our BHM graphic."

– Reggie Wilson, UA Senior Footwear Designer

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“I was excited as soon as I heard the story for The BHM Collection. It was important for me to translate this story into apparel graphics that were not only exciting and expressive; but, also paid homage to our (Black) history.”

– Christian English, UA Apparel Graphic Designer