Under Armour Curry 3Z5: 

Stephen Curry and Under Armour aims to reach more and more people with the much cheaper UA 3ZER0 line. As the fifth release, the Under Armour Curry 3Z5 builds on the strengths of its predecessors. Its wearers get to enjoy the following:

Support and stability. The shoe has a webbed lacing system that securely fastens the foot to the footbed once tightened. A nylon shank is inserted to avoid twists and smooth steps.

Cushioned propulsion. The midsole is equipped with Micro G foam, which provides impact protection without compromising both court feel and bounce.

On-court confidence. The shoe's light and breathable upper materials do not distract the player away from the game, while its outsole provide a solid group on the hardwood.

Promoting the Curry brand

The UA Curry 3Z5 is only the second model to be released under Stephen Curry's own independent brand. It follows the Under Armour Curry 8, which was surrounded by a lot of hype and fanfare upon release. As if respecting the supremacy of the most recent release of Curry's main line, the 3Z5 had a rather subdued entrance. Still this does not erase the fact that specs- and design-wise, it's poised to stand out among other cheap basketball shoes.


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