The Under Armour Curry 6 ‘Underrated’ Releases in February

Paying tribute to his rookie year with the We Believe era Warriors squad. This is the UA Curry 6 ‘Underrated’.

Underrated most of his basketball career, Stephen Curry has far surpassed any preconceived expectations — or lack thereof.

This upcoming edition of the UA Curry 6 pays tribute to those lonely days on a Warriors squad where having a 23/59 record for the season was the norm. Yes, we understand it’s the cool thing to say that all of those that cheer for the Warriors are bandwagon fans. Where were you when they were losing for 13+ years straight?

2009 is where we started. We had the jerseys from back in the day. We wanted to tie in that part of Warrior history. Those were lonely days, winning maybe 23 games that year, but it reminds me of where we came from… this colorway is about humble beginnings.
– Stephen Curry

In case you missed it, you can check out Nightwing2303’s performance review on the Under Armour Curry 6 for more information on tech specs and on-court play.

The Under Armour Curry 6 ‘Underrated’ is scheduled to release on February 1 for $130.

If you copped a pair of Under Armour Curry 6’s, what are your thoughts? Tell us in the comment section below.

Source: UA


  1. I like the 6. I haven’t played in a Curry since the 1 and 2 days. Since durability issues are evident on the traction I rotate them with other shoes like the KTs, Hardens, McCollums, etc…. Even doing that, the traction still wearing down and frays away like flaky dandruff. Lockdown is great in the forefoot for me but the heel area isn’t as secure. I love weight and balance that feel with them on. Cushion does everything I need without sacrificing my joints. Overall, I hate I have to rotate them to keep from eating up the traction but the shoe performs well. I’m probably gonna get this color so I can have another 6 to add to hoop session rotation.

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