Under Armour Curry One ‘All-Star’

Stephen Curry will be returning to the NBA All-Star game for 2015 as he led all players in the voting poll.

That same weekend, Curry will be celebrating his first signature sneaker release – 2/13/15 – which many are excited about. The $120 on-court beast will releasing on 2/13 in two colorways, the GSW Home and the All-Star, with other colors to follow shortly after.

Check out Curry’s 2015 All-Star sneaker below and share your thoughts in the comment section.

Under Armour Curry One 'All-Star' 1

13 Comments

    1. the link i posted said awaiting moderation, just type in jordan xx9 all star on google and itll be on kicks on fire and sneaker news

    2. Just saw the XX9, very average looking indeed especially since the XX9 year of the goat looked pretty good and quite unique. These currys look sick though assuming the all star is the one to the right

      1. Yea I was really disappointed but Jordan brand seems to just be trying to go plain to match the jerseys , but the jerseys are a clean plain , the Melos , Paul’s , and xx9’s are just plain lol if that makes sense

    1. That’s an interesting question because they’re doing other themes for it like the Christmas and BHM. By the way I’m on the way to House of Hoops to holla at them about those all reflective silver BHMs now.

      1. Please tell me what the colorway is like in person, Dime. I’m very interested in it, but not sure how much it stands out. I don’t normally like wearing loud colors or colors that stand out too much, but I really like the Silver and Black color scheme.

      2. I went to the two of my busiest HoH and neither of them heard about them. I ran into the same situation for the Melo 11 Christmas and then they got a stealth drop shipment in and I missed my size. Looks like I’ll go online in a few and cop there.

        I have been crazy with the collecting these past 2 years. I admit it’s an addiction now.

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