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This is one of my favorite performance basketball shoes of all time, but the constant ankle blisters have ruined my enjoyment with the shoes. I really hope under armor can fix this issue with their next installment of the Curry signature shoe line. The cut is specifically on the inside of my ankle directly below the bone.
Definitely the best Curry yet. Needs a bit of break-in time, due to the stiff upper materials but I really like the shoe. Upper materials could look a bit more premium but it doesn't affect the performance at all.
Would definitely recommend the shoe for lightweight guards that prefer court-feel over too much cushion.
Everything about the shoe is great. I LOVE the traction (doesn't squeak but it has crazy bite), and the cushion is just perfect for someone who wants to be quick on their feet but still be comfortable.
My only issue is that the inside of my ankle gets a lot of friction on cuts and changes of direction, so I can only wear these shoes when I get my ankles taped. Quite disappointing considering how amazing everything else is.
I bought these for my son who loves basketball. Traction is great and a very well made shoe.
Love the fit and feel of this show but unfortunately, the laces began ripping out of the holes after less than 6 hours on the court. Very disappointed with the durability.
I am 38 and have play basketball since 4th grade. These are the best shoes I have ever had. Support and grip are awesome!
The shoes do feel uncomfortable at first but once they are broken in after an hour of play time. It the most comfortable shoes i have worn so far in the year 2020.
The shoes may look like they don't have any ankle support but actually they do and hold your foot in great.
Shoes fit true to your size, it may take up to 1-2 hr for you feet to adjust(if you are flat feet like me) but they are comfy to wear.
Dislike: Would probably be the shoe lace hole. I'm use to tying my shoes tight and be able to pull on them. For this, it hard to tighten it up. but the shoe does hold the feet in nice and firm so no worries.
I would buy me another pair once they have more color options.
Really like the shoes. Your brands sizing is just inconsistent. The curry shoes I always need a size up but your generic shoes I need a smaller size. With that aside the shoes are great!
these shoes are good and would buy another pair soon
Long story short: It's a great shoe for lightweight guards! I've used the Curry 2, 4, 5, 6 and now the 7. All things considered the newest iteration is definitely the best performer of all these shoes. My former fav was the 6 followed by the 4 & 2, although you had to be lucky to NOT have a piece of the sole just rip off with the 6. But lets get back to the 7.
Great traction even on dusty courts. It's not squeaky (interesting for the ones who love that squeak sound when instantly stopping on hardwood courts). Traction was always superb with pretty much every Curry though.
Like with all Curry shoes you don't buy them for a hefty pillow-feel. Court feel is what you're looking at here. HOVR & MicroG is there, but more on the out- than on the inside. It's for marketing basically and only a very narrow layer than you can't really feel that much. For those who are looking for cushioning it's Curry 2 (A) and Curry 7 (B) though.
Once you slip into the shoe and lace it up it feels like your foot/ankles are locked in as safe as some diamonds in a safe. Can't complain here.
Super stable and responsive feel to the shoe. Even though it's a low cut shoe, you feel more stable in these than in a lot of mid or high cut basketball shoes. If you're prone to rolling your ankles, tries some Currys.
That's my biggest and basically only complain. I feel like the Curry 4, 5, and 6 had premium materials. Even the 2 had premium materials where it mattered most. When it comes to the Curry 7, the mesh upper knit feels a bit outdated to what's on the market these days. Don't get me wrong: The materials perform perfectly fine and should be extremely durable, however... the mesh just doesn't look as good as some of these high tech new materials the Curry line already had in use. Considering that the shoes are more expensive than the previous ones the step backwards when it comes to the upper material feels a bit unwarranted.
The price is okay for what you get (speaking of performance here). Considering the price the upper mesh material could be exchanged with something more premium though.
Definitely my fav Curry so far! Great feel on foot and a great performer on the court. With the cushion setup I'm not sure how the shoe performs for Centers and heavyweights, for leightweight guards this is definitely one of the best shoes on the market.