It cannot be denied that Stephen Curry has already laced up in the 2.5 edition of his signature sneaker model with Under Armour. While it is still uncertain, rumors had recently begun circulating that Under Armour are planning to drop the last colorway of the silhouette. Under Armour themselves have neither confirmed anything nor dropped any hints yet. Regardless, it has stopped them from whipping up yet another iteration of Stephen’s second signature sneaker in commemoration of Mother’s Day. In celebration of the day that honors mothers all over the world, the Under Armour Curry Two has been dressed up in a feminine color scheme.As popular as he is on the court, Stephen Curry also has a reputation for being quite a family guy. No wonder, his family always attends all of his games, whether they are in the regular season or the finals. Hence, it should not come as a surprise that Under Armour decided to show some love for mothers everywhere, including Stephen’s own, by dropping his second signature model in a “Mother’s Day” colorway. Of course, Stephen himself played his part in designing the kicks as tribute to his own mom, Sonya, for her “her unwavering love and support.”
Predominantly, the uppers of the sneaker are dressed up in a grey hue. The uppers serve as canvases for the bright pink-colored outlines of floral motifs, especially roses, which can be spotted all over them. A majority of the midsoles is covered in black, while the ominous hue also makes an appearance over the inner linings, lace eye stays and the unique logo that is featured across the quarter panels. Finally, the finish touch has been added by the pink outsoles that this sneaker is equipped with.
Mother’s Day has arrived and whether sneakerheads will gift this sneaker to their mothers or rock them in honor of their moms is entirely up to them. The fact remains that the Under Armour Curry Two “Mother’s Day” arrived at UA stockists on May 6th and should still be available at a price of $130.
Under Armour Curry Two “Mother’s Day”
Release Date: May 6, 2016