A Special Under Armour Curry 4 Low
There is a special Under Armour Curry 4 Low iteration in town. The brand has created a new version of the silhouette aligned with this year’s NCAA March Madness Tournament.
The current edition of the Curry 4 Low features a white upper. It also has iridescent detailing on the heel. The shoe’s translucent outsole gives flair to the design with blue tones for the final touch.
Under Armour has distributed the sneakers to various universities such as Auburn, UCLA, Notre Dame, Texas Tech, and Maryland. The iteration, named “Unleash Chaos,” comes along with the Heat Seeker model.
Under Armour also unveiled a Curry 5 “Pi Day” which commemorates the Golden State Warrior player’s birthday and “Pi Day” (Mar. 14).
The label delivered 314 pairs of the iteration last week. It takes its inspiration from the ancient Pi equation of “squaring the circle.”
It also refers to the desire of giving Curry the support he needs to “achieve the impossible” on the court. Moreover, in accordance with the “Pi” theme, the Black/Metallic Iron colorway hosts the symbol, numbers of Pi, “3.14.18” and the Pi number sequence at various parts of the shoe.
“The Curry 5 embodies Stephen and the idea of being wired different; what it means to achieve the impossible, to break the mathematical norm and expectations of what a basketball player can be,” Under Armour said in a statement.