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Once you have kids your coolness factor starts a slow but inevitable decline towards a lame life of tucking in Polo shirts and constantly stressing over mutual funds. But before your kids reach their teenage years, there are ways to prolong your coolness, like swapping your stroller — as expensive or tricked out as it may be — with one that’s attached to a longboard.
Dave Dombrow, Under Armour’s senior creative director of footwear, is tucked away in a random conference room in Chelsea Piers. It’s the second time we’ve spoken to each other but this time it’s a little different. Dave isn’t showing me what shoes the Baltimore-based sportswear company already has in the market. No, this time he’s promised to show me something new, something the company hinted at back in February at the launch of Armour39, its performance heart rate monitor. It’s a shoe, unlike any you’ve ever seen.
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