Steph Curry’s basketball signature shoe line keeps getting better one release to the next, and the Under Armour Curry 3 is no exception and is now available in Australia.
The Curry 3’s pack some surprising new technologies that go somewhat under heralded. The shoe’s designer Kort Neumann has once again delivered a feature packed performance basketball sneaker to the UA line.
There is little doubt that the Curry range is the companies premier signature line, so it needs to hit the court hard and reflect the companies and Steph’s attitude toward to gain its worthy market share.
The final approved concept was inspired by fighter jets, with the us of carbon fibre plates for stability with the upper made of Threadborne material.
When Stephen Curry meet with the UA design team to discuss the concept of the 3rd addition to their successful releases to date, he request the shore have two important attributes, these being mobility in his forefoot, while still feel contained.
Threadborne – The latest technology design is the integration of the Threadborne, a proprietary stretchy material that was used in the upper to making the shoe lighter and more durable previous Curry range.
Metawing – Another first for the Curry 3 is the Metawing. This is a carbon fiber plate located on the lateral and medial side of both sneakers giving you greater stability.
Charged – As fitted to the 2 and 2.5 release, the ‘Charged; cushioned sole is back and providing much the level of cushioning has the previos models.
AnaFoam – On the heel and medial side of the shoe your ankle is supported by foam type of material . This is the same foam that is fitted to the Curry 1’s.