Warriors star Steph Curry tells Under Armour to market his shoes to girls
Until recently, the site of Armour also listed Curry 5 as a menu option for men, women and boys.
Although the size of the shoes is the same for all children regardless of gender, it is not included in the list of girls.
Earlier this week, a 9-year-
An old California girl named Riley Morrison wrote an open letter to Curry, posted online by her father, saying she was disappointed to see the shoes only for boys.
\"I know you support female athletes because you have two daughters and you host one
\"Girls basketball camp,\" she wrote . \".
\"I hope you can change this with Under Armour as the girls also want to rock Curry 5.
Curry. he\'s with Baltimore.
The company has responded quickly since 2013.
On Thursday, he sent a letter to Morrison on Twitter saying he has been working with the company to resolve the issue for the past two days.
\"We are correcting this now! ” he said.
Under Armour said in a statement that it was \"correcting a simple but critical error \".
\"The company will start at co-
Gender \"primary school\" size, starting with Curry 6 s next year, the box will make the same change.
Curry was held for free earlier this year-
Girls summer camp in California
In his letter, he told Riley that he would send her a pair of current shoes and that she would be one of the first children to receive the next iteration.
He also invited her to join him in celebrating International Women\'s Day on next March.