Steph Curry Shoes

Steph Curry Shoes

Steph Curry Shoe Reviews

Latest Under Armour Curry Reviews

Curry 3Z5

Curry 3Z5

The Curry 3Z5 is the second silhouette to reach the states under Stephen Curry’s Curry Brand. It’s a continuation of the Under Armour 3Zero line. It also borrows some design cues from the current mainline signature, the Curry 8. While the sub-line signature saw a rather quiet rollout, the shoe itself looks to place its stake as a reliable performer

Curry 8 Butter Flow

Curry 8 Butter Flow

The Curry 8 Butter Flow is the latest colorway of Stephen Curry’s new signature model. It’s our testers’ favorite hoop shoe of 2021 (so far). We’ve previously reviewed both the Feel Good Flow and Golden Flow colorways with Chris providing performance teasers the whole way.

curry 8 golden flow

Curry 8 Golden Flow

The Curry 8 Golden Flow is a shiny new colorway of Steph Curry’s first shoe under his newly created Curry Brand. In the video, Chris provides a performance update on the Curry 8 with special attention on its outdoor traction performance.

Curry 8

Curry 8 | Everything You Need to Know

Earlier this week, after the Curry 8 reveal, we posted our first impressions of the shoe. We reacted to what the press release said about the Cushion, Traction, Materials, and Fit. Now, we have the Curry 8 in hand for a detailed look, on foot video, and an initial review of the tech specs. Is this Under Armour’s best hoop

Curry Flow 8 Featured Image

Curry Flow 8 First Impressions

Not only is Stephen Curry returning from injury to lead the revamped (and unfortunately Klay-less 😢 ) Golden State Warriors in the 2020-21 NBA Season that starts this month (!), he’s also launching his own brand. And he’s starting his own brand, aptly named the Curry Brand, with his 8th signature basketball shoe, the Curry Flow 8.

Under Armour Curry 8 Shoes

The Curry 8 is the first model of the Curry Brand, much like how Jordan is with Nike. And we knew these were bad boys even before the review. The traction on these is insane. One of the underrated GOATS in some people’s estimation. Plus, they’re just as durable as rubber outsoles. The big breakthrough for this debut is the cushion, featuring Under Armour’s all new Flow technology. It’s comfortable, full-length, and actually gives people necessary impact protection for prolonged play. Materials are standard with knits and synthetic overlays for added durability, and those very breathable and comfortable materials add to that very nice, one-to-one fit.

Stephen Curry shot 42.1% from 3PT range in the release year of the Curry 8 and recently won the scoring title for the 2020-2021 NBA Season, averaging 32.0 PPG. Add that to his viral video of hitting 105 straight threes, then you got yourself a closed case.

Two of the more popular colorways of the shoe are the “Butter Flow” and “Dub Nation” ones. What’s great about these is that a lot of the colorways that Steph wears, we get on shelves. The most special PE by far has to be the one that his children design and gifted to him for his birthday.

Curry 3Z5

Curry 3Z5

The Curry 3Z5 is the second silhouette to reach the states under Stephen Curry’s Curry Brand. It’s a continuation of the Under Armour 3Zero line. It also borrows some design cues from the current mainline signature, the Curry 8. While the sub-line signature saw a rather quiet rollout, the shoe itself looks to place its stake as a reliable performer

Curry 8 Butter Flow

Curry 8 Butter Flow

The Curry 8 Butter Flow is the latest colorway of Stephen Curry’s new signature model. It’s our testers’ favorite hoop shoe of 2021 (so far). We’ve previously reviewed both the Feel Good Flow and Golden Flow colorways with Chris providing performance teasers the whole way.

curry 8 golden flow

Curry 8 Golden Flow

The Curry 8 Golden Flow is a shiny new colorway of Steph Curry’s first shoe under his newly created Curry Brand. In the video, Chris provides a performance update on the Curry 8 with special attention on its outdoor traction performance.

Curry 8

Curry 8 | Everything You Need to Know

Earlier this week, after the Curry 8 reveal, we posted our first impressions of the shoe. We reacted to what the press release said about the Cushion, Traction, Materials, and Fit. Now, we have the Curry 8 in hand for a detailed look, on foot video, and an initial review of the tech specs. Is this Under Armour’s best hoop

Curry Flow 8 Featured Image

Curry Flow 8 First Impressions

Not only is Stephen Curry returning from injury to lead the revamped (and unfortunately Klay-less 😢 ) Golden State Warriors in the 2020-21 NBA Season that starts this month (!), he’s also launching his own brand. And he’s starting his own brand, aptly named the Curry Brand, with his 8th signature basketball shoe, the Curry Flow 8.

Under Armour Curry 7 Shoes

The Under Armour Curry 7 is a great on court shoe. The traction is great, materials work wonderfully — despite not having that premium feel. The fit is true to size and the support is top notch.

The cushion is one area that could be improved. As a Steph Curry shoe, you can expect a firmer setup, but with the way the shoe’s marketing heavily focused on UA’s two best foams, we expected a bit more out of the Curry 7.

The seventh iteration of Curry’s signature shoes was a beast on court. It had breathable materials that conformed well around the foot and was breathable enough not to make the shoe a sauna. Traction was really good with herringbone and a radial pattern and support was adequate to say the least. Fit was also true to size which made shopping easier. 

Steph was injured for a lot of the season these released in, which was a bummer because we didn’t really get the shoe in action. He played in 5 games where he averaged 20.8 PPG and 6.6 APG.

The Curry 7 “Bamazing” was a collaboration with American actress Storm Reid to help empower women all over the world. It’s a mostly violet silhouette with words like “Humble” and “Amazing” printed in the insole.

The Under Armour Curry 7 ‘UNDRTD’ is Available Now

The Under Armour Curry 7 ‘UNDRTD’ is officially available now. One of 2019’s best basketball shoes for those looking for a fast and supportive shoe with great traction has arrived. If you’re interested, click to read our performance review of the Under Armour Curry 7 ‘UNDRTD’.

Under Armour Curry 7 review

Under Armour Curry 7 | Everything You Need to Know

The Under Armour Curry 7 is about to release and this is everything you need to know. Tech specs have changed a bit between the UA Curry 6 and the upcoming Curry 7. Under Armour’s HOVR cushioning is back, but this time around its met with Under Armour’s popular Micro G cushioning and a flexible TPU plate. The concept behind

Under Armour Curry 6 Shoes

The Under Armour Curry 6 is easily one of the best models of Steph Curry’s signature line, and a blast to play in.

It’s the most well-rounded of the Curry line that will cater to more than just the player that wants court feel. It has something for everyone. It features the same great traction and support from past models with improved cushion that still provides a significant amount of court feel. 

Steph and the Warriors reached the NBA Finals this year but came up short with the injury of Klay Thompson and Kevin Durant. That year, Steph was tearing up the league averaging 27.3 PPG and making a ridiculous 354 three-pointers in 69 games.

One of the coolest colorways that has come out of the Curry 6 line is the Curry 6 Thank you Oakland. It features the word “Oakland” printed in yellow on the whole lateral side of both midsoles and a black upper to really make the yellow hints pop. We really see here where Steph’s heart is at.

Under Armour Curry 5 Shoes

The Under Armour Curry 5 is a bit of a hit or miss model. The shoe offers stability and court feel. It’s pretty much what most of the Curry models have offered thus far, along with excellent traction.

The Under Armour Curry 5 will require ample break-in time, and we would suggest trying them on and considering buying a half size up. 

When this was released in 2018, Steph led the league in free-throw percentage with an insane 92.1%. The Warriors also won the championship this year to complete a back-to-back, where Curry averaged 25.5 PPG in the Playoffs.

 

When things got rough, Dell Curry would tell his family to “bow your neck.” And that’s where the inspiration for the Curry 5 ‘Boyanek’ came from. It features the namesake in gold on the lateral sides with an all-black upper. It comes as one of three limited edition releases.

Best Basketball Shoes of 2018 | Duke4005

Editor’s Note: We now have an updated list of the Best Basketball Shoes. Click this link for our latest recommendations. My list for best basketball shoes of 2018 — and the award goes to…

Under Armour Curry 4 Shoes

The Under Armour Curry 4 provides a great fit, greater stability, and more control. These are all things the Curry 2 had going for it and it feels like these attributes roll over into the Curry 4 a bit more seamlessly than in the 3. 

The Curry 4 is a sleek-looking sneaker. On the court, it’s very supportive, especially with the minimal cushion setup. What’s really interesting about this shoe is that most, if not all, of the support, comes from the tooling. The upper is knitted with a synthetic overlay and it doesn’t have a lot of structure in and of itself. Thus, getting the right fit is absolutely essential. If you don’t, the risk for injury gets much higher.

With Kevin Durant joining the Warriors, Stephen Curry and his squad won the 2017 world championship. They finished off Lebron James and the Cavaliers in five games in Cleveland. In that series, Steph averaged 26.8 PPG.

 

The shoes actually debuted in the NBA Finals in a triple white colorway. It also featured splatter print on the midsole and an icy blue outsole. Hints of gold were delivered by branding on the shoe. Overall a clean colorway and a chip to cap it all off.

 

Under Armour Curry 3 Shoes

Much like the Curry 1 and 2, the Curry 3 is a great shoe on court, that speedy guards will likely enjoy. The Curry line from Under Armour is pretty similar to the Nike Kobe signature line in that the overall performance has been very consistent.

The Curry 3 receives good marks in all categories.

2016 was a year that Warriors fans would both want to forget and remember. 73-9 was the regular-season record they ended up with, the best of all time. They overcame a 3-1 lead in the conference finals, only to lose the same lead in the Finals. Curry won the only unanimous Most Valuable Player award in league history this year.

The most fire colorway of the Curry has to be the Chinese New Year edition. It has a dominantly red upper with multi-color hints. Unique in the sense that it’s usually the other way around. A gold Under Armour logo on the tongue completes the look.

Under Armour Curry 2 Shoes

The traction and fit are the best attributes of the Under Armour Curry 2, and this alone is enough to make these shoes a standout.

Their support isn’t going to be for everyone, but as long as you know what you want and need from a shoe, then you’ll likely make the right decision after reading through some reviews.

The Charged cushion will be a great option for Guards, but larger players might want to look elsewhere – especially if you want something with a little more spring or bounce back. Other than that, it’s a solid shoe that your average hooper will enjoy putting in his or her on court rotation.

Stephen Curry and the Warriors were really starting to make some noise this season. Steph won his first MVP award and his first NBA championship. They defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers in six games while he averaged 26 PPG and 6.3 APG.

In Game 6 of the NBA Finals, Steph wore a blacked out version of the shoe with yellow hints and a yellow outsole. It isn’t as flashy as other Finals-worn sneakers, but it’s definitely cemented in his history.

Under Armour Curry 1 Shoes

The Curry 1 is a guard shoe, through and through, favoring court-feel and responsiveness, over cushion and support.

If you are a guard or prefer a low to the ground responsive ride that doesn’t distract you during use, the Curry 1 is a no-brainer. 

Released in early of 2015, the Warriors were put on notice with Steve Kerr as their new head coach and what would eventually be recognized as the greatest shooting backcourt of all time with Steph and Klay. They combined for a ridiculous 680 three-pointers made in the 2014-2015 season.

The “Father to Son” colorway of this shoe definitely hits differently. It follows the color scheme of Dell Curry’s Charlotte Hornets, where he spent his best years playing, and pays tribute to the man that started it all for the Curry family.

Under Armour Curry 3Zero Shoes

Other Under Armour Athletes

Joel Embiid