Brand: Under Armour

Model: Curry 6

Key Features: Knit upper, external heel counter, split outsole pattern enhancing traction and flexibility, full-length speed plate above the outsole, full-length HOVR midsole improving cushioning.

Release Date: January 18

Price: $130

Buy: UA.com, Under Armour stores and select retailers.

Editor’s Notes: Stephen Curry's latest Under Armour Curry 6 colorway is a nod to the city of Oakland, aka "The Town," where Steph has played for the Golden State Warriors since coming into the NBA in 2009. Referred to as "Heart of the Town," the sneaker boasts a fierce all-red look.

In speaking on his love for the city of Oakland and the Golden State franchise, Curry says, "This is who we play for, this is what makes us the most proud about winning championships and bringing banners to the Bay Area... seeing everyone in the streets celebrating after games, we do it for the fans because they are the heartbeat of all that we do." Steph's "Heart of the Town" Curry 6 is scheduled to release on January 18 at Under Armour stores, select retailers and UA.com. Prior to the general launch, the sneaker will be available in limited numbers at the SC30 x Oakland pop-up shop located at 472 9th Street in downtown Oakland beginning January 11. The space is open to the public from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. Friday through Sunday on the Warriors' home game days.

For more hoops sneakers, take a look at Paul George's NASA-themed Nike PG3.

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