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After many leaks, and surfaced images, One on One Testers is here to confirm that the Under Armour Curry 3ZER0 II is officially here. Stephen Curry’s second signature budget model is officially here, and it looks way better in official images. The UA SC 3ZER0 II has released on UnderArmour.com, retailing at a budget friendly price of just $100. UA has definitely took a step into a different direction design wise with the 3ZER0 II, taking nearly no design cues from any of its current basketball models, except maybe the Curry 4.
The UA SC 3ZER0 II starts off with a unique two-piece outsole, featuring three forefoot flex grooves, and some usual TPU stabilization. The outsole is a multi-directional pattern that looks like it could be really promising performance wise on the hardwood. Sitting on top of the rubber is Charged Foam + a Micro G Midsole. The setup is very similar to that of the Curry 3, being that there is a Charged Foam heel puck, and the rest of the foam is MicroG, to act as a dual-density foam carrier. Now, One on One Testers reviewed the Curry 3, and the cushioning was a huge letdown. Will it be this way in the SC 3ZER0 II?We’ll have to wait and find out. The rest of the shoe has a max-prene upper, that looks to be similar to the UA Curry 4.
Well, that just about takes care of it for the UA SC 3ZER0 II. What we thought would be mediocre performers from surfaced images, might actually prove us wrong. The tech specifications of the kicks sound promising, but we’ll have to wait and see if they do justice on the court or not. Stay tuned to OneonOneTesters.com for more of The Sneaker Bulletin. Click on the image below to grab these kicks!