August 31st, 2016 by Sneaker News
The upcoming 2016-2017 NBA season, Steph Curry is out to accomplish what only three other players in NBA history have achieved – a three-peat of MVP trophies. Only Larry Bird, Wilt Chamberlain, and Bill Russell have the honor of being the league’s most valuable player for three seasons in a row, and there’s no reason to believe that Curry, already on his way at being an all-time NBA great, can’t reach a third straight trophy. This Summer has been a quieter one for Steph, who after the Finals opted to spend his free time with his family and focus on being at full strength for the NBA season. The Summer has also been about the Curry 2.5, the Playoffs-and-beyond edition of his massively popular signature shoe.
Today, we take a close-up detailed look at the Curry 2.5 design, which includes a number of details that are either overlooked or just not obvious to the average consumer. The shoes have gone on to be one of the most popular on the planet based off the strength of Curry’s success and persona, but there’s plenty of design detail that deserves some shine. As we patiently await the release and unveiling of the Curry 3, explore with us the Curry 2.5 and the hidden details that make this one of Under Armour’s best shoes ever.
Steph Curry is a hero in the Bay Area. That said, it’s no surprise that the Curry 2.5 has some hidden tributes to the region; the unique design on the polyurethane upper is inspired by the Bay Bridge, an architectural marvel of the region. The data that is featured on the heel is actually a call-out to Oracle Arena – specifically, the GPS coordinates.
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