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The History Of The Under Armour Curry 2

Stephen Curry is one of the biggest names in sports. He is a global icon who has changed the game of basketball forever. Under Armour is a trusted brand name in athletic footwear. The two have formed a strong bond as brand and endorser. Learn about the history of the Under Armour Curry 2 below.

Number Two

The Under Armour Curry 1 was a historic release. Curry won NBA MVP and Championship while wearing the 1. The 2 had a tough act to follow. The second Curry signature model featured a Speedform upper that was usually used by UA on running and training shoes. There was a Charged midsole, an external heel counter that offered premium support, and a herringbone pattern on the outsole. The 2 would receive extra attention since it was released very close to Curry winning his first title and MVP Award.

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Stephen Curry & Under Armour

Stephen Curry and Under Armour joined forces in 2013. During the partnership, the brand and the player have reached incredible heights as a unit. Under Armour creates state of the art products. Products that are engineered to solve problems and to make athletes, like Stephen Curry, better. Under Armour was founded in Baltimore and it is the current home of its global headquarters. Under Armour is currently a billion dollar company with a bright future ahead of it.

Stephen Curry & Under Armour

Curry’s Legacy

Stephen Curry is one of the most important athletes to ever play. Curry changed the game of basketball with his shooting ability. Long range shooting, the three point shot, is now the focus of most team’s offense. His greatness when it comes to shooting the ball has helped to influence not just the NBA, but the basketball world. Whether it is college, high school, or just a pickup game at the park, the influence of Curry is evident. Kids today want to shoot like Curry, the same way they wanted to dunk like Michael Jordan in his day. There has never been a player quite like Stephen Curry.


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