Earlier in the week, we took a look at Steph Curry’s Under Armour Curry 4 “More Range” silhouette, which gave way to a sleek hi-top makeover in black with iridescent accents hitting the heel and collar area. The NBA star’s newest silhouette, however, carries a much bigger message than just a stylishly on-point hoops sneaker. The all-red Curry 4 “Nothing But Nets” model stands pat with the United Nations Foundation’s Nothing But Nets campaign, which serves to support the fight against malaria. As a campaign global ambassador, the Golden State Warriors sharpshooter will donate an insecticide-treated bed to help protect families from the disease for each pair that is sold.
The low-top model sports a heel-side netting design — alluding to the initiative’s main objective of sending nets to those in need. The Curry 4 Low “Nothing But Nets” will retail for $120 USD and will make its way online and participating UA stores in the U.S., Canada, and China on December 31.
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