Under Armour athlete Stephen Curry has five models with the brand and is no stranger to the scrutiny that signature sneakers can come under from disappointed fans. Most notable is the "Chef" Curry 2 Low, which appeared in a triple white colorway and went viral on Twitter with comparisons to footwear suited for occupations like nursing rather than hooping. Now, it's time for fans to put their money where their mouth is and see if they can create a better colorway. 

Today, Under Armour announced that the Curry 5 will be featured in UA's Icon platform, a customizable arena for fans to upload their own image onto the silhouette and choose from a variety of colors and patterns to create their own look. Customization options are available now in both adult ($170) and youth ($140) sizing. 

Check out below for some detailed images of  Curry 5 colorways that consumers will be able to make themselves. 

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