Tom Brady

Hey, these Under Armour guys really stick together.

Stephen Curry's latest Under Armour shoes, the Curry Two Low, have been getting roasted on social media for being so dull that they'd be perfect for senior citizens.

But Tom Brady just dropped a Facebook post Thursday night in support of Curry by uploading a photo of himself wearing a pair.

Brady even wrote "Straight fire" on them, which is what Curry did when he wore a pair at practice a few days after the release and ensuing criticism.

Brady, a big Warriors fans from having grown up in the Bay Area, was one of the first sports stars to sign an endorsement contract with Under Armour back in 2010. Brady's compensation is shares of Under Armour stock, which have soared since then.

Curry's success and popularity have fueled the company's growth further. This includes a 30 percent increase in total sales in the first quarter of the year.

Under Armour doesn't have quite as many athletes as Nike, but in addition to Brady and Curry, it has done a great job of locking in top-level performers including Bryce Harper, Cam Newton, Jordan Spieth, Buster Posey, Clayton Kershaw, Lindsey Vonn and Michael Phelps.

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