Steph Curry's New Shoes Is Off The Hook, See Pictures Inside

The two-time reigning MVP might have lost in the NBA Finals last June but his shoe game right now is off the hook. Under Armour just released Curry 3 and fans can't wait to get hold of it.

Stephen Curry is an assassin and everybody knows it. He is the greatest marksman that the NBA have ever seen. He is currently in the path of destroying NBA records and nobody can stop him. Well, except for injuries. It was 3 years ago when Curry had his set of injuries on his ankles. They tried everything to protect his ankle and they were able to find a fix for it.

When Curry signed with Under Armour for his shoe contract. UA made sure to have a signature shoe that is customized and will protect Curry's ankle. Under Armour was successful in creating Curry's shoe and not only they were able to protect his ankles, they were also able to triple their sales in selling his shoes.

Curry 1 was successful and Curry 2 was the same thing. Both of them have different colorways. The most expensive one is, the "home" colorway in which, white color and lining is dominant. It's almost NBA tip off season and it is the perfect timing to unveil Curry's new shoe. The Curry 3 will be available on October 25th and it costs $140. A lot of pictures were posted already on his new shoes and it is a thing of beauty.

Here's The Full Specification Of Curry 3

"Threadborne is a new technology created by Under Armour's innovators after examining a parachute, specifically paracord, a strong piece of material that is at the equipment's core. Within the weave construction of paracord, Under Armour discovered ultra-durable yarns and rebuilt them into a fabric-braided threads wrapped around a corded panel-delivering unparalleled lightweight directional strength and support."

If you want to order right now, you can visit or go to any UA shops. As of the moment, let us watch Steph Curry and why he is a two time NBA MVP


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