Under Armour Curry One | First Impression


Within the Curry One, there are many story telling details. Let’s start with the details that are featured on both shoes: SC30 logos featured on the heel cup, tongue, insole, and toebox fuse layer.The logo is consistent on where it is placed on all models, and will continue to be placed in the respective locations on each colorway. Along the lateral sides of each shoe, you can also find the Under Armour logo.

Now for the Home colorway, there are a couple different things from the Dark Matter colorway. First off, on the tongue, there is a little patch which is labeled “4:13” to represent Philippians 4:13, aka Curry’s favorite Bible verse. Behind the tongue, there is also the words “I can do all things…” which is part of the Philippians 4:13 verse. The Home colorway also came with an extra set of laces that feature blue dots throughout the laces while the pair of laces on the shoes are just a plain white. Both pairs of laces for the Home colorway feature branding on the lace tips “MMTB”.

On the other colorway, the Dark Matter or All Star, features a symbol that appears to look like a planet. The words “Dark Matter” appear behind the tongue rather than the Philippians 4:13 inspiration. As an additional difference, the Dark Matter colorway did not come with an extra set of laces. On the pair of laces that are on the shoes however, the lace tips are labeled with “1932”.


The box and the contents within the box were very unique as well. Each box is black and is labeled with the SC30 logo on the box lid. Inside the box is a little card which just gives a little breakdown of the shoe in the form of a letter, as well as special “SC30 – I can do all things” print over the paper inside the box. The Curry One retails for $120 and is available at retailers such as Footlocker and Under Armour. I hope you enjoyed this breakdown of the Under Armour Curry One. Let us know if you copped either colorway or are planning on copping a colorway in the future.

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