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Fit and comfort is just right. I’m over 40 and play primarily a guard position. These shoes are excellent on traction, they’re lightweight, and provide freedom of movement on the ankles. I’ve sprained my ankles 25+ times over my life and have done better staying away from high top basketball shoes. I use mainly mid or quarter tops now. I’m also an avid Jordan shoes fan and have rarely found any newer model shoes that can match its performance and/or looks. I’m a big fan of the SC 5, and now own 2 pairs.
The curry 5s are a solid all around shoes. The 1 to 1 fit of the threadborn inner bootie is great, and the support of the anafoam is great and durable but still lightweight and minimal. These shoes are perfect for me and great for shifty guards.
Runs a little long, but barely (went true to size) not so much comfort but its a light shoe for quickness/guards. I came from the harden vol 2 with crazy comfort, and im a teen thats always in the gym playing basketball and curry 5 cushion doing the job. I have the curry 4 low and curry 1 low and i like the 5's the most.
I'm not basketball player but I know when I have found a quality pair of shoes. It took a few days to break in but after that it's one of my most favorite athletic shoe. I like them more than the running shoes that I have that's also U/A. They run a little on the small size so you should order a 1/2 size up. I normally wear a size 10 shoe but when it came to these shoes, I automatically went 1/2 up bc the I also have the Curry 4's which hurt my feet bc they were too tight. These fit perfectly and my wife and I got the same pair and we both love them. They have a lot of padding in the heel as well as the balls of your feet.
I would recommend this to friends and family and as you can see they're almost all sold out.
There are a number of things I like about the Curry 5 as compared to the 4, one being the low top nature of the shoe, rather than releasing a low version down the road. I like the toe area being covered with a stiffer stronger material, my foot really doesn’t feel like it’s going to slide off the sole like it did at times in the 4. The traction is interesting - sometimes it’s great, sometimes it’s not. I think it just depends on the floor. The break-in period for me was minimal. They felt great the moment I stepped on the court with them. I would like a little more cushioning and maybe for them to be a little lighter, but beyond those factors, I’m very happy with them, and have already purchased a second and third pair to keep in my reserve. UA, keep moving in the right direction with these! You have won me over from your competitors!
My friend got these Curry 5 RED, for me at Chadstone Shopping Centre in Melbourne, Australia back in June, and brought back to Vietnam for me.
I started wearing them in July 10th for the first time, and has only been wearing them for 5 times now (practices + games). And I wore them to play on a very soft indoor court like in these pictures. I had doubts seeing a lot of negative reviews for the shoes but still cannot believe the quality is this bad. How could any pair of shoes break in 5 times wearing INDOOR?
Please take another look at Curry’s 5 and fix it asap, there has been too many problems with the shoes already. And it is a waste of such a beautiful design.
I love the look of the Curry5's, Unfortunately, it gave me a foot ache by just walking on them. I actually tried to stretch it to see if the arch is the reason but after a few times wearing them I had to actually remove them and switch to my UA HOVR (which by the way is the best UA Shoes ever) I am so disappointed that I ended up returning them. It could just be me? Can you have Steph Curry check your HOVR and then put his name on them. I believe it will be a bigger seller that his Curry line.
Please release Curry shoes 4 and 5 Black Taxi colorways. I'm collecting all Black Taxi colorways since Curry 1. Hope you'll release on the 4 and 5. Thanks
The sc5 has been amazing for me. Very comfortable and is really fit. A very good shoe after breaking in.
This is the first basketball shoe I've worn that is a low top and it did exceed my expectations. After the first game, I was feeling that this might have to be switched out, but I am glad I stuck with them. They broke in great and I am happy with the purchase. As a preface to this review, I do wear ankle braces when I play, so I have had no issues with rubbing or cuts on my ankles and heels.
Weight: Very light, feels like you are wearing almost nothing. But that can be a good thing. Definitely takes some getting used to if you are used to wearing high tops. 5/5
Fit: I am a huge fan of the bootie/sock construction for the upper and the way your heel locks in. The lacing system I think could have been shifted slightly, the eyelits that meet just above the change in material causes some change in fit between the toes and the top of your foot. I can get these over my bulky ankle braces with some very slight tweaking (and with these being lows easier than the Curry 4). 4/5
Material: The lower part of the upper is quite a difference from the sock feeling of the top part of the upper, so it might take some getting used to. The solid bottom does do a good job of keeping your heel and foot in place though, so you do feel more support than a lot of the shoes on the market today. The sole almost immediately crinkles and creases, which doesn't bother me since I am using these for sport, but casual wearers might be alarmed. 4/5
Traction: Solid. I play indoors and can stop on a dime and cut well, even when the floor hasn't been swept. 5/5
Cushion: The slightest of drops from the Curry 4, but still enough for me. Good on jump stops and other pounding movements. 4.5
Support: Slight drop from the Curry 4, but I am pleased that it has a lot more support than I was anticipating. Would attribute this to the materials of the upper and the heel support. 4/5
Overall, this isn't my favorite basketball shoe of all time, but it is much better than anticipated coming from always playing with a higher top shoe. Give them some time to break in and you will be golden. Bombs away.