Let’s review the new Curry Flow 8 Basketball Shoes from Under Armour. Envisioned in early 2019, the first-ever signature design from Curry brand and Under Armour’s (UA) most technically innovative basketball shoe yet is now revealed. A previous rendition of a new cushioning technology called UA Flow was introduced to Stephen Curry and that gave him an idea of what it could mean for basketball. After a series of experimentation and wear-testing, the shoe has finally made its way to the basketball court. And it looks NICE! Here’s some of the styles we are going to look at: Let’s find out more about this great new shoe. Curry Flow 8 Basketball Shoes – Overview Curry Flow 8’s biggest feature is its rubber-less unisole. The traction is exceptional that an outsole on it will no longer be needed. Creating a lightweight high-performance basketball shoe became possible without the weight of an outsole and just the midsole. Its upper may look very plain but it’s actually engineered from the inside out in terms of how it holds the foot on the UA [Read more …]
Saturday, March 14th is Steph Curry’s birthday -and to celebrate UA is launching a new colorway of his signature shoe – the Curry 7. By the way, that’s “Pi Day” because the digits are 3/14 (3.14..) Here’s the special off-court Curry 7 Player Exclusive (PE), known as the Curry 7 Pi Day PE. It’s more mundane looking than the other colorways – but that is what Stephen wanted. This is an “off-court” shoe – not meant for play. It has a full knit collar and it is a clean, understated design that looks good anywhere. The Curry 7 Pi Day PE is a clean and fun design. It has a sleek all-knit black upper with no shoe laces. The white heel features UA’s HOVR technology (energy return foam cushion) and Micro G cushioning as well. And, it’s a Pi Day shoe – so the first 30 digits of Pi (3.14159265358979323846264338327) are on the heel tab. This is a limited-edition shoe, and it will release worldwide on March 14th for $140 USD. Get it at UA.com – and other retailers.
The Curry 7 is one of UA Basketball’s premier basketball shoes. And with the latest iteration of Steph Curry’s Underrated Tour, UA has launched the official Curry 7 Underrated Tour colorway. The Underrated Tour is an annual skills tour designed to help young women and men from all backgrounds achieve their basketball dreams. About the Curry 7 Underrated Tour Colorway What’s special about this colorway? Of course the shoe has all the great features of the UA Curry 7 – like the breathable upper that features a balanced blend of black and cardinal red. The heel, which features both UA HOVR™ and Micro G® cushioning technologies, is separated by a flexible, beta red plate. The outsole is black, with striking white and gray splatters. About the UA Curry 7 The upper features translucent layering of synthetic leather, mesh & TPU skins for reinforcement in zonal areas for comfort, stability & mobility. There is foam padding in the collar and heel for added comfort. An internal counter lining provides immediate step-in comfort and stability. In regards to the cushioning of the [Read more …]
The PG4 (Paul George) Basketball Shoe from Nike will launch in January, 2020. Here’s a look at some of the features.
The KOBE V is a low-top performance basketball shoe from Nike. To ensure you look good on the court these are known for the memorable colorways. And since their debut in 2009, they have consistently matched all the flash (and substance) of their namesake: Kobe Bryant. The KOBE V is now available, and is in Protro form. What’s Protro? It’s a term that Kobe came up with himself – it means Performance + Retro = Protro. So now you know. Here’s how the various outsole and midsole features are constructed. Here’s an up close look at the tech in these great basketball shoes.