Steph Curry finds inspiration wherever he goes -- especially when it comes to designing his shoes.

His most recent influence came from a trip down memory lane -- more specifically, a trip down International Boulevard in Oakland.

Introducing, the Under Armour Curry 6 International Boulevard:

"I used to live on Lake Merritt and by 4:30 pm I’d get in the car, trying to get to the arena, and 880 South would be bumper to bumper," Curry told Under Armour. "So I usually drove down International Boulevard, and would see the evolution of the city every time I got in the car." 

"The deep navy knit upper with bright yellow accents is reminiscent of some of the iconic street art that dots the landscape, evidence of a creative, cohesive community breaking the mold of what International Boulevard means to the Town," according to the Under Armour website. 

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The six-time All-Star designed his "Coy Fish colorways," after a prank with friends that resulted in jumping into a koi fish pond at a restaurant.


He's also celebrated women with his Curry 6 "United We Win," colorways that possessed a purple color scheme. This was a tribute to Riley Morrison, a young girl who wrote to Curry saying it had been "unfair" there were no girls' sizes. He immediately responded back in a hand-written note. Curry then teamed up with Morrison to create the Curry 6's for International Women's Day.