Six Key Details of the Under Armour Curry One

Leading the Golden State Warriors to the current best record in the Western Conference and within the conversation of the league MVP, Stephen Curry is having the greatest season of his already established great career. Add to that the fact that he just scored his first signature sneaker with Under Armour, and a player’s season couldn’t possibly get much better.

In honor of the Under Armour Curry One dropping tomorrow, we’ll take a closer look at the shoe, and break down some of the details of the high performance debut signature model. It’s the first, but it certainly won’t be the last, as Curry and Under Armour each have plans to get an even firmer grasp on the NBA market with their shared success. Continue on to learn everything you need to know about the Under Armour Curry One.

First Under Armour Signature Basketball Shoe since Brandon Jennings
The release of the Curry One marks the drop of the first Under Armour signature basketball since 2010’s Black Ice shoe for Brandon Jennings. As Under Armour continues to earn a larger foothold in the basketball shoe industry, will we see another signature hoops shoe from the brand anytime soon?

$120 Retail Price
Compared to most signature basketball sneakers on the market, the Curry One retails at a moderate $120. And make no mistakes about it, the shoe offers plenty of tech and high performance packed in that affordable price tag.

Debut of Anafoam
The Curry One’s upper debuts Anafoam, Under Armour’s new EVA foam and mesh combination that’s molded together and anatomically fits essential pressure points. The result is a lightweight, breathable upper that offers plenty of comfort and support.

SC30 Logo
Each colorway of the Curry One features the unique “SC30” logo, which can be read as either SC or 30, or both. In an era where athlete branding is key, Curry’s insignia is among the best.

Signature Details
The “Home” and “Away” colorways both feature the quote often found written by Curry himself in marker on his shoes, “I CAN DO ALL THINGS”, on the inside of the tongue. The lace loop at the bottom of each tongue has “4:13” representing Stephen’s favorite Bible verse, Philippians 4:13 which reads, “I can do all things through him who strengthens me.” With even more special detailing, the lace tips on the home and away pairs feature “MMTB” for “Make My Team Better” and “LEAD”.

Outsoles Were Originally Going to Say “Davidson”
As a nod to his alma mater, Curry’s shoe was originally going to “Davidson” on each outsole, but since Davidson College is a Nike-sponsored school, the text was removed.

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