Stephen Curry was named a 2018 NBA All-Star Game team captain ahead of this year’s matchup. And when he laces up to try to lead his team past LeBron James’ squad, he’ll have a new Under Armour Curry 4 colorway to wear.
The Baltimore-based athletic brand unveiled the NBA All-Star look for Curry today, an all-white iteration of the Curry 4. The sneaker boasts a clean white upper atop a white midsole, tied with white laces, and is completed with an icy-blue translucent outsole. The “SC” branding on the midsole is also executed in white.
But unlike the player’s-edition iterations that Curry wears of his shoe on the court, this is a look that consumers can buy.
The all-white iteration of the Under Armour Curry 4 arrives Friday at Under Armour Brand Houses and via ua.com, and will retail for $130.
Under Armour designed the Curry 4 with a knit internal sleeve for a locked-in feel around the collar and forefoot, a microfiber synthetic quarter panel for support, dynamic seam taping to piece together the knit sleeve and synthetic quarter panel without stitching, and a full-length speed plate for structure to handle explosive movements.
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