Aside from the official Curry line, Under Armour also has the Curry 3Zero line which is also a basketball performance model. Now on its second run, the Curry 3Zero II sports a higher cut which is different from the Curry 5. It features a neoprene-like material for the upper which they call Molded Maxprene. It feels a bit thicker but the texture feels almost he same. I also find the lacing system odd, almost minimalist as you can see just a thin piece of nylon band with fuse material that acts as eyelets. It goes around the midfoot to the heel and ankle area and with the help of the shoe's high cut, the structure basically is wrapped around the heel/ankle area, instead on the midfoot or base of the shoe. For cushioning, a dual-cushion setup comprised of Micro-G and Charged on the heel area was used. If I'm not mistaken, this was also the same setup as the first Curry 3Zero shoe that released some time ago. Finally, underneath is a multi-directional traction pattern made from solid rubber for the outsole and you can see that it extends to the side walls of the outsole. The shoe is available now in the Philippines for Php 6,395 which you can get at various Under Armour store.