Under Armour To Release Special Edition Curry Shoes For Steph’s Basketball Camp

Steph Curry‘s summer has been split between convincing Kevin Durant to sign with the Warriors, grieving the loss of his historic 73-win season, and training for the upcoming 2016-2017 NBA campaign. Steph’s annual summer camp with Under Armour known as the SC30 Select Camp brings together some of the best High School players in the nation to learn under the reigning back-to-back MVP. In honor of the occasion, the UA Curry 2.5 and UA Curry 2 Low both get brand new special edition colorways for the camp, and they won’t be PEs for that much longer either, as each pair will be available at retailers on July 9th. This year’s duo utilizes a Carolina Blue, Royal, Green, and pastel Yellow as the main color choices throughout while midsole speckling and an array of vector graphics add head-turning finishes to each pair. The Steph Curry SC30 Select Camp logo can be found on the inner lining and tongue as well. Check out more detailed photos below and stay tuned for more release dates right here on Sneaker News.

Source: Under Armour

UA Curry 2.5 “SC30”

Release Date: July 9, 2016
Price: $135

UA Curry 2 Low “SC30”

Release Date: July 9, 2016
Price: $120

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