This year has been phenomenal for Steph Curry. First signature sneaker, first three point contest win, first MVP, first championship ring, and now he’s landed himself on the cover of NBA 2K16. Not bad year at all for the Splash Brother, but now we have a look at Curry’s next signature sneaker, the Under Armour Curry Two.
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These new images of the Curry Two are samples and these three new colorways should make it out to retail. Under Armour decided to change up the upper from Anafoam to their new Speedform. Speedform was debuted by UA last year in their running department which allows the upper to fit one-to-one to the foot. It’s quite similar to adidas TechFit and I am curious to see how it translates to basketball. Aside from the upper, the Curry Two looks to be more aggressive on court as the outsole looks thicker with multi-directional lines.
What UA did keep is the Charged cushioning that syncs to your movement on court or if you decide to take these for a walk. Micro G is one of the best cushioning systems in the business so if you still haven’t tried UA, you might want to this upcoming season.
The Under Armour Curry Two drops this Fall in time for the newest season. Keep it locked here for more info on all Steph Curry footwear news.