Kevin Durant unveiled his latest signature, the Nike KD 10, in the Western Conference Finals, but he’s not the only member of the Golden State Warriors that is using their Finals run to debut a new sneaker. Steph Curry took to the court for warmups ahead of Game 1 on Thursday night in Oracle Arena and he was wearing an all-white colorway of his next signature shoe, the Under Armour Curry 4.
Curry took the floor and laced up his new kicks on the bench and there was a mad dash to snap pictures and videos of the upcoming release.
It’s an all-white shoe with gold accents, and from the PE that Steph wore on Thursday night, it looks like Under Armour’s logo is moving to the heel of the shoe and his “SC” logo moving to the midsole. The rest of the design is a clean look that appears more like a fitted shoe as we’re seeing become more prevalent with different knit materials – that’s especially apparent in the area around the ankle.
Overall, this looks to be the best looking Curry shoe yet – and also looks like it has some upgraded comfort and fit elements as well. Under Armour has struggled to keep up the high sales of the Curry signature line this past year, but this first look at the Curry 4 is an encouraging sign that this shoe will be better both in comfort and style.