Under Armour Curry 7 'Sour Patch Kids' Performance Review

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The Under Armour Curry 7 ‘Sour Patch Kids’ collection just made its official retail debut and we have our performance review to share with you.

The Under Armour Curry 7 arrives with a multi-directional herringbone outsole, full-length Micro G Foam midsole with a thin slab of HOVR foam, as well as a decoupled heel for an improved heel to toe transition and stability. Completing the shoe is a flexible plate in between the midsole, as well as a textile mesh upper, fused with synthetics, and a set of standard rope laces.

The shoes were definitely beastly performers for Nick and Mike, and will cater for those fast-paced, shifty guards that need a shoe to make them feel fast on their feet, low to the ground, and still have ample impact protection. The entire Sour Patch Kids colorways are now available here, for $140. Let us know your thoughts on the UA Curry 7 and our review in the comments below, and keep it locked to the site as we publish more reviews and first impressions very soon.

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