Take a look at these shoes!
They're from NBA star Steph Curry, making good on a promise he made to a young girl.
It all started last fall, when nine-year-old Riley Morrison wrote to Curry asking why his signature shoes were only sold in boys sizes.
Curry told her he would do something about it.
Now, on International Women's Day, Under Armour is unveiling the Curry Six "United We Win" shoe.
Among other things, the shoes have a sock liner that Riley helped design featuring two girls playing basketball. The words "be fearless," and "girl power."
Curry surprised Riley earlier this week with her own pair of "united we win" shoes.
Proceeds will go toward a scholarship the Curry Family Foundation and Under Armour created for college-bound female students in the Bay Area.