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Full-length UA HOVR™ cushioning forexplosive energy return + a zero gravity feel
Split outsole design increases courtcontact for superior traction
Speed plate keeps you on your toesso you can blow right by defenders
I bought a pair 5 months ago and only use them on the court, and only 1-2 times per week. At first I was pleased with them due to the great stability and feel. A month or so in though they really started irritating my ankle bone on the outside, not with a blister but what was probably more like tendonitis and they were extremely uncomfortable to move around in until I warmed up and worked through the pain. Could be due to the tension the lacing system puts around the perimeter of the shoe and around the ankle, although I really didn’t even tighten them up much at all and have a narrow foot. Then this morning, after only 5 months and maybe 30 hours of total wear time, the lacing system that creates the eyelets for the shoe laces snapped when I went to lace them up, rendering them useless. Really disappointing durability and I’ve never had a pair of basketball shoes fail this early.
I play basketball for over 20 years now,these are the worst basketball shoes I have ever had,do not buy these as they are built very poorly and the worst thing about them is shoe laces.Doesnt matter how tight you do them,they still go lose very often,needs redoing every 10-15min otherwise you would lose a show while playing.Definetly that is not what you want when you play basketball.Wouldnt recommend to anyone.
I purchased the Curry 6 to play in a basketball league I was starting in. After playing two games on an indoor court, the bottom of the shoes started to fall apart. After looking at some of the other reviews, this is a trend with the Curry 6. This shoe does not have good performance, and I suggest you look elsewhere if you want a long-lasting performance basketball shoe. The Curry 6 is not well built, and I'm disappointed to Under Armour would release a shoe with such blatant quality issues. This makes me hesitant to purchase another Under Armour shoe.
I bought these back in June, and the sole peeled off already... terrible quality control. The shoes are basically new too since I only play once a week...
Bottom of shoes are peeling off!! Very bad experience for my first pair of Curry’s! Won’t buy again!
I felt uncomfortable running and playing, also they cause skin on my feet to peel. That is a red flag for me. There are basketball shoes I’d rather use. Don’t waste 130$ dollars on them it isn’t smart whatsoever.
I bought the Neon Curry basketball shoes on 5/25/19 and within the first 11 days of purchase the bottom soles of my left shoe ripped. I was playing a game of competitive high school basketball and I noticed something wasn't quite right with the bottom of my shoe. I looked at it and there was the rip in the sole. If you play basketball like me you know that these shoes are supposed to give you grip and comfort while playing so you don't slip. With the rip in the bottom of the shoe it can cause slips and discomfort. It also shows the quality of this shoe is very poor. A basketball shoe is made to play basketball and last at least a season. This shoe lasted me 11 days before it stated tearing and now I can't use them. For the price you are paying for these shoes, they should not be falling apart like this. If you are looking for a quality shoe this is not for you. Don't let these shoes disappoint you like they did to me.
We read the reviews and took a chance on buying them bc my daughter really wanted them. Only wore them on the court 6/7 times and started falling apart in the toe and the bottom. Very disappointed. UA was great with return - we opted for money back and we bought a different brand. We usually don’t have problems with the Curry’s but I think they are not made as well. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
I bought the pair of curry 6 in red on January 18 this year but today this is the third time I worn them to play the basketball in indoor stadium. I don't believe that the problem that people said in the comments happened to me. The rubber under the sole on the right shoe seperate. I am a big fan of Stephen Curry and I felt really upset because I really think these shoes look good. I hope to receive the response from your team and give the solution to me. I didn't use them for daily walk and just for playing basketball. I believe it's not my problem so please help me with that.
I have a lot of positive things to say about the Curry 6. The fit is great, the traction is sharp even on dusty courts, and the support is really good for such a lightweight shoe. That being said, I could never recommend this shoe to anybody because of the same glaring flaw that so many people are pointing out; the peeling/fraying of the 2-piece outsole. It's so bad that even Steph wears pairs that are a uni-body construction. After only TWO games of pick-up, I was already experiencing peeling on the outsole, which is so bad that my trust in UA products is falling fast. I had a similar issue with rubber tearing off of my Curry 5's after limited use, so I really hope UA is able to figure out their atrocious durability issues