Verdict from 8 user reviews

6 reasons to buy

  • The simple and old-fashion design of the under Armour Curry Lux Low amazes plenty of buyers.
  • After smelling and touching the upper of the shoe, a reviewer notices the fine and premium quality of the suede.
  • A good number of buyers claim that these athletic shoes from Stephen Curry’s line look neater and generally better on hand than in the images online.
  • The Under Armour Curry Lux Low is true to size, mention many testers.
  • Many users agree that their favorite Curry Lux Low is the Sand colorway.
  • On and off the court, the traction of the signature shoe performs well.

3 reasons not to buy

  • Friction from the collar of the Under Armour Curry Lux Low causes blisters, a reviewer says.
  • A handful of shoppers complain that the Under Armour Curry Lux Low is hard to find. They say these low-top performance shoes look dope and want a pair really bad.
  • The signature shoe runs half a size smaller, a reviewer says.

Bottom line

As a casual shoe with classic materials and technologies, the Under Armour Curry Lux Low is an awesome shoe. At only $120, these signature Curry shoes not only fit your budget, but will also save your legs from stress and fatigue as you go about your daily activities.

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Good to know

The classic style of the Under Armour Curry Lux Low is inspired by the 90s sportswear. These are Stephen Curry’s first luxury sneaker with the brand. It boasts of premium and supple suede upper with leather linings. The midsole features a Charged Cushioning for impact protection and quick responsiveness. For foot containment, the shoe is equipped with a heel counter. The TPU shank exists in the midfoot for stability.

Even with all its great technologies, some wearers prefer a low-top basketball shoe for hardcore playing. Stephen Curry’s line offers his 6th signature shoe. It features a full-length HOVR midsole wrapped with Energy Web.

If these wearers prefer a different brand, Puma Hoops has the Clyde Court Disrupt for you. Something new for athletes to discover and enjoy.

Cushion. The quick responsiveness of the Under Armour Curry Lux Low comes from the Charged Cushioning at the midsole. It absorbs impact and provides significant energy returns. The plush Micro G insole provides good step-in comfort.

Traction. The Under Armour Curry Lux Low has the same multidirectional traction pattern as the Under Armour Curry 1. Herringbone is one of the go-to traction patterns of shoe manufacturers because it provides an excellent floor grip and control.

Length and Width. The Under Armour Curry Lux Low comes in the standard width and length. Most shoe owners chose their true Under Armour sizes and advise new buyers to do the same.

Lockdown. As a classic, the Under Armour Curry Lux Low keeps its lockdown tradition through its use of a standard lace-up system. The position of the tongue can be adjusted for a comfortable fit.

The upper of the Under Armour Curry Lux Low is made of suede for a premium feel. The midsole features a black and white ombre. The inside of the shoe is lined with leather. The toe box area has perforations to keep the foot dry. The midfoot has a thermo polyurethane (TPU) shank to provide stability especially upon landing from rebounds or jumpshots.

The low-top silhouette of the Under Armour Curry Lux Low has an SC logo on the top of the tongue and heel counter. On the lateral side and outsole of the shoe, an embossed Under Armour logo is displayed. For additional aesthetic appeal, the aglets of the round shoelaces are made of chrome plastic.

These casual sneakers are easy to pair with a lot of pieces. A reviewer pairs the shoe with jogger pants, sweatpants, and skinny jeans, and all result in a stylish look.  Pairing the shoe with ankle or crew socks is also great.

As a luxury sneaker, the Under Armour Curry Lux Low comes in decent and nice colorways of Black, Sand, and Tan Suede. The black colorway is also called by reviewers as the “Oreo” or “Cookies N’ Cream” colorway because of its black upper, white midsole and outsole, and black and white shoelaces. As for the Tan Suede colorway, it was released in only 600 pairs on August 5, 2016.


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