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 …]