Stephen Curry and Under Armour have revealed an all-new Curry 6 colorway designed by nine-year old Riley Morrison in celebration of International Women's Day today, March 9.

You might recall, Morrison penned a letter to Curry back in November questioning why his Under Armour Curry 5 sneakers aren't available in girl's sizes. Curry, a father of two daughters, took time to respond to Riley with his own hand written letter, in which he hinted at something special planned for International Women's Day.

Under Armour and Curry asked Riley to add her personal design touch to the UA ICON Curry 6 "United We Win" colorway, featuring a blend of purple and deep orchid with white. The kicks will be available today, March 8.

In addition to the “United We Win” sockliner, Riley designed a sockliner that features two girls playing basketball, surrounded by the words that inspired Riley to play the role of a Uniter, such as “Be Fearless,” “Girl Power,” “Be the Change,” Girls Hoop Too,” and “Rock the Currys.”

“I’ve been kinda blown away, and certainly grateful for the opportunities that Stephen has given me, including sharing inspiration for other girls through the sockliner art. This has been such an incredible experience," said Morrison.

According to UA, a second available sockliner includes the United We Win message. Consumers also have the option to customize the sockliner with their own photo.

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The UA Icon Curry 6 "United We Win," as well as a United We Win t-shirt collection, will be available at UA.com and the SC30 x Oakland pop-up shop located at 472 9th Street in downtown Oakland for $130 starting today, March 8. 

Sales of the Curry 6 United We Win will go toward a scholarship that the Stephen and Ayesha Curry Family Foundation and Under Armour have created to honor Riley’s courageous spirit.

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