Under Armour’s relevance in basketball was bolstered due to its success with Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry’s signature shoes, but the brand has also delivered solid court-ready kicks without a player’s name attached to them. Its latest release is evident of its dedication to the basketball category.
The Under Armour Fire Shot is in stores now and retails for $120. The brand launched four new colorways today, including the iteration worn by the Notre Dame men’s basketball team throughout the NCAA tournament.
The Metallic Gold iteration of the Fire Shot, seen on the feet of the Fighting Irish ballers, is available on the brand’s website and via select retail partners. The shoe features forest green on the upper near the ankle and on its outsole. Gold makes up most of the shoe’s upper and is also featured on its midsole.
The other three colorways are player’s edition iterations for Emmanuel Mudiay of the Denver Nuggets, and they are available via the brand’s website and at Foot Locker doors. The colorways include a white-and-blue iteration, a predominantly black edition with gold and blue accents, and a yellow-and-blue colorway.
The shoe comes equipped with the brand’s formfitting CompFit ankle construction for a custom fit and ankle support, a padded CompFit tongue, a lightweight and breathable synthetic mesh upper, and a full-length Micro G sockliner to provide cushioning underneath the foot.