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Under Armour Celebrates Microsoft's Xbox One X Release With a Steph Curry Sneaker

To celebrate the launch of Xbox One X and the all-new Curry 4 from Under Armour, a showcase of premium design, innovation and performance has united to become the Xbox One X and Curry 4 “More Power” VIP Kit. Led by Xbox and Under Armour, in collaboration with Stance, V-MODA, and Incase, the Xbox One X and Curry 4 “More Power” VIP Kit is inspired by today’s top athletes, entertainers, and influencers who enjoy playing video games and want the best experience possible.
                                  
“The Xbox One X ‘More Power‘ VIP Kit is a dream for sneakerheads, gamers, entertainment enthusiasts, and lifestyle aficionados. We have the custom Curry 4 “More Power” colorway inspired by the world’s most powerful console, Xbox One X, paired with the console itself, the super-premium Xbox One Elite controllers and the best products in their respective categories from Stance, V-MODA, and Incase in a single package,” said Aaron Greenberg, GM Xbox Marketing. “We’re excited to see the reaction and look forward to seeing the response across all of our collective communities who might have a shot at snagging one themselves.”
While the kit is intended for select press and influencers, fans should keep their eyes on all partner social channels for a chance to get their hands on one. #XboxMorePower
                                
Full list of Xbox items included:
Xbox One X Console
2 Xbox One Elite controllers
Select Xbox One Games
12 months of both Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass
Full list of Xbox One X inspired items included
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Under Armour Curry 4 “More Power” custom colorway
V-MODA Crossfade 2 Wireless Headphones with BoomPro Gaming Microphone
Stance Athletic Crew Socks
Incase NoviConnected 4 Wheel Hubless Travel Roller

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