Steph Curry And Sour Patch Kids To Drop A Sweet UA Curry 7 Collaboration

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After rocking a pair neon flavored Curry 1s during the 2015 All-Star three-point contest, Stephen Curry unofficially announced his love for Sour Patch Kids. And now three years later, the All-Star point guard is now teaming up with the the chewy candy imprint for two new takes of his UA Curry 7 signature. Hinging on playful neons to style the upper constructions in their entirety, bright green and fluorescent orange hues are utilized on each pair separately as a nod to his love for their lime and peach flavors. Silhouettes of their signature mascots are placed against heels, followed by “Sour” and “Sweet” texts adorning the pull tabs and multi-colored graphics laid upon the insoles that act a reference to their branded candy bags. If you’re looking to pick up a pair of these sugary concoctions, they will be releasing globally on Under Armour’s web store, at UA Brand Houses and select retail partners on November 29th for $140 USD.

Make sure to follow @kicksfinder for live tweets during the release date.

Where to Buy

SOUR PATCH KIDS x UA Curry 7 “Lime”
Release Date: November 29th, 2019

SOUR PATCH KIDS x UA Curry 7 “Peach”
Release Date: November 29th, 2019

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