According to the filing, the award will vest in two equal installments on September 30, 2029, and September 30, 2034, unless the deal is terminated prior. Under Armour stated that the grant was “partial consideration” for the Golden State Warriors point guard’s recent executive appointment, which will see him continue to push the label’s existing product categories forward while working to drive athlete insights, product development and strategic marketing plans.
The Curry Brand already houses footwear and apparel for various sports categories. This latest push will see expansions to include wider ranges of basketball, golf, running, women’s, youth and sportswear styles.
“If the past 10 years have shown me anything, it’s that Under Armour and I can build great things together,” Curry said last month. “It’s all about impacting athletes and creating products that perform and resonate with them, and Under Armour does it best. In 2013 we bet on each other, and I’m all in on taking this next step together.”
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