The most simplified colorway of the Stephen Curry’s first signature sneaker is the Under Armour Curry One "Home" colorway. The nickname of course comes from the fact that Steph wore this version of his Curry 1 during many of the Golden State Warriors home games at Oracle Arena. Although, similar in tones to the "Dub Nation" version, this Curry One features a primarily blue upper with yellow and white accents making it a perfect match for Warriors fans. The Curry One helped Under Armour establish a new presence in the basketball shoe world and was largely responsible for the tremendous growth of sales in footwear for the brand. While Stephen Curry’s fans seem to scoop up any colorway that features the blue and yellow of the Warriors, the "Home" version of the Curry One was one of the most anticipated because it was one of first released. Details like the personal SC logo that doubles as 30, and the 4:13 emblazoned on the tongue, as well as the "I Can Do All Things…" from the Philippians 4:13 Bible verse, which is stitched to the back side of the tongue, all represent things important to Curry. The Under Armour Curry One "Home" colorway might not have the flash of some of the other Curry One colorways but as they say, numbers don’t lie.