Stephen Curry Wrote Sweetest Response About Girl's Sizes Of His Shoes

We all know Stephen Curry for being an incredible basketball player and an incredible dad to his three kids... but now we can also know him for being THE sweetest and going above and beyond for fans - especially young ones.

Today it was revealed that Stephen had the sweetest response to a young fan who had written to him, wondering why his shoes didn't come in girls' sizes. 

The young fan's name is Riley (just like his daughter, as she so points out) and her note explained that she loves watching him play and loves playing basketball, so she asked her dad to buy her the new Curry 5's. But they unfortunately found that there are no Curry 5's listed in the girl's section of the Under Armour site.

Riley continued: "However, they did have them for sale under the boys section, even to customize. I know you support girl athletes because you have two daughters and you host an all girls basketball camp. I hope you can work with Under Armour to change this because girls want to rock the Curry 5's too."

Well, Steph Curry, the legend, decided that he would like to fix that.

He wrote a note back to Riley, and shared it on social media as well. Get ready for your heart to swell up.


Not only did he clarify that the smaller sizes of his shoes are listed under the "boys" section - something he is working to fix - but he also agreed to send Riley some of the shoes directly, AND promised she would be one of the first kids to get the Curry 6's when they come out.

He didn't stop there. He told Riley he is working on something special for International Women's Day on March 8th and he wants her to come to Oakland and celebrate with him that night. 

I mean, COME ON. So cute. 

I'm going to be honest, this exchange made me tear up a little bit! It's so sweet.

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