Some call Stephen Curry the Golden Child (okay, well I do for sure), and he put the Golden State Warriors on the modern NBA map, so it’s only right that his new athletic shoe and apparel brand released the Curry Flow 8 colorway, “Golden Flow,” complete with exclusive pairs of the shoe, customized by an artist/jeweler and earmarked for a charitable cause close to Curry’s heart.
First of all, here’s a shot of the Curry Flow 8 colorway, “Golden Flow,” courtesy of the Curry Brand’s parent company, Under Armour.
And a requisite picture of Stephen Curry, the three time NBA Champion with Golden State.
But there’s an even more exclusive “Golden Flow” to be had, and the shoes were produced for a good cause.
For the release of the Golden Flow colorway, Curry Brand has partnered with Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA). According to Under Armour, Curry Brand recognizes that quality coaches help create a positive youth sports culture within their communities. In a joint venture with PCA, the Curry Brand will provide training and resources to coaches, parents, athletes and leaders to ensure a positive character-building experience for all.
Each of these community leaders will receive an exclusive pair of “24k” Curry Flow 8s, custom-designed by artist Dan Life. Recipients will also receive a golden ticket representing grant funding, which will support ongoing efforts so that these individuals can continue to mold the leaders and athletes of future generations.
Here’s a photo of Life performing his magic, courtesy of Under Armour.
Golden Flow will be released globally today, on Dec. 17, via currybrand.com and at UA Brand Houses and select retail partners for $160, as the “Golden Child” Stephen Curry looks to ensure the next generation of ballers have the resources needed to reach their full potential with his new Curry Brand of basketball shoes.