Haha yes, once again an upcoming Curry 3 colorway landed on retail shelves before its official release date. Now, we’ve got a detailed look at the Under Armour Curry 3 ‘Trifecta Black’.
This all blacked out colorway makes the entire shoe look like it’s made of carbon fiber which is super cool. A touch of grey hits the tongues via Under Armour branding, and of course, this colorway retains all of the usual tech specs:
- 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 engineered to withstand the rigors of an 82 game season and support the two-time MVP as he transcends the limits of the game. The Curry 3 Threadborne fabric is comprised of braided thread that wraps around a larger, corded panel, delivering unparalleled lightweight directional strength and infinite support.
- Meta-Wing lines the heel of the Curry 3 to expressly support the subtalor joint—the joint that connects the ankle and heel bones, and is crucial in terrain balance, pivoting and shock absorption. The shoes create a snug fit that is unrivaled in stabilizing the foot, ensuring the most complete and efficient way to cut and move laterally on the basketball court.
- Anafoam is constructed on the medial to deliver body-mapped fit, lightweight structure and support.
- Charged Cushioning™ is a unique foam technology, which absorbs impact and converts it into a responsive burst, making each stride or change of direction explosive.
- Herringbone Traction: The return of Herringbone traction on the sole of the Curry 3amplifies stability, grip and support on the court.
The Under Armour Curry 3 ‘Trifecta Black’ is set to launch on November 25 for $140. Will you be picking it up? I would hunt around your local Finish Lines and Foot Lockers to see if this colorway is already available near you.
“It’s lights out when Curry steps behind the 3-point line.”