Stephen Curry is continuing to stun fans 12 seasons into his NBA career.
The Golden State Warriors star dropped a career-high 62 points during the 137-122 win over the Portland Trail Blazers on Sunday night. To achieve the milestone, the baller laced up an unreleased version of his Curry Flow 8 signature shoe.
The court-ready sneaker, which is the first from his Under Armour-backed Curry Brand imprint, featured uppers with the blue synonymous with the Warriors and a white sole unit.
Speaking with FN in November, Curry said the Flow 8 was the brand’s “first true innovation story” and something he’s never worn before. “It’s one of those experiences you have to put on your foot and find out [why it’s special],” Curry told FN. “It’s got technology and innovation that I’m excited for people to learn about.”
The tech-loaded shoe marks the debut of Under Armour’s lightweight UA Flow cushioning, which was created with bounce and grip in mind. Also, it is equipped with breathable and lightweight flat knit uppers with supportive synthetic overlays, bootie construction for a sock-like fit and flexible Pebax plates for support and stability.
Although this shoe is not on the market, there are still pairs available of the Curry Flow 8 “Golden Flow,” a bold white and ready version of the performance basketball shoe. It can be picked up today via Currybrand.com for $160.
Also, the website has pairs of the “Golden Flow” shoe in grade school sizing available for $130 available, as well as the “Feel Good Flow” iteration in grade school ($130) and pre-school sizing ($80).
Curry dropped 62 points on 18-of-31 shooting, including hitting 8-of-16 three-pointers. The guard also had 5 rebounds and 4 assists in the winning effort.
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