In November, Chris Morrison shared a letter written by his 9-year old daughter Riley, in which she asked Stephen Curry why the smaller sizes of his sneakers were specifically labeled boys' on Under Armour's website. "I hope you can work with Under Armour to change this, because girls want to rock the Curry 5s too," she said.
@EmmaWatson Hi Emma, I know you are a big advocate for women. I was hoping you could retweet my daughter’s letter to @StephenCurry30 . This is her small way of making a difference and speaking up for women. You are a role model for her. We both would be very thankful. pic.twitter.com/mYNRtPMXP0— Chris Morrison (@Morn24) November 21, 2018
After he was made aware of the letter, Curry responded with a note of his own, promising Riley that he'd not only work on changing the way his Under Armour sneakers were labeled, but that he'd make sure she was among the first kids with pairs of his newest signature sneaker, the Under Armour Curry 6.
Coming through in the clutch like he often does, Curry made good on his promise. In a video recently shared by Morrison, Riley is seen opening gifts from the 2-time MVP on Christmas—two pairs of the Curry 6. Additionally, Curry's shoes are now listed under the men's, women's, boys' and girls' sections on underarmour.com.