Reigning NBA MVP and Under Armour-sponsored athlete Stephen Curry is a beloved baller on the West Coast, but the superstar guard hasn’t forgot where he came from, North Carolina. Curry has been spotted in Carolina Panthers jerseys and on the sidelines for games, but the love for his home state has been taken one step further with the release of the next colorway of his Curry Two signature shoe.
The Providence Road edition of the Under Armour Curry Two will hit stores Wednesday and retail for $130.
The latest colorway is reminicent of what he wore playing high school basketball at Charlotte Christian, with the royal blue, team red and white color palette. The shoe’s upper is predominantly royal blue with team red and white accents. The shoe’s midsole is royal blue with white speckles, and is brought together with a while outsole.
Since its initial launch in the Iron Sharpens Iron colorway on Oct. 24, the Baltimore-based athletic brand has released four more colorways of Curry’s second signature shoe: Dub Nation, Father to Son, Floor General, and The Professional.
Curry is averaging 32.7 points and 5.7 assists per game for his 15-0 Warriors, shooting 51.4 percent from the field and 43.8 percent from three point range.