In case you've missed it, Stephen Curry's new Under Armour Chef Curry 2 Lows are significantly underwhelming — to most, at least. So much so, that the Internet has gone nuts, hating on the kicks by taking to social media to troll the new silhouette. Quite frankly, they look more along the lines of the Nike Air Monarch or a pair of those New Balances that you can get from Sears than anything.

Jimmy Kimmel has even taken notice of Steph's new sneaks, as he and his Jimmy Kimmel Live team have issued a new commercial poking fun at the Chef Curry 2 Low. The clip portrays the sneaker as a shoe for dads, designed to take on various dad-specific activities such as "cleaning the gutters" and "walking around the neighborhood at a moderate speed."

Don't worry though, Steph. You've just broken the single-season NBA three-point record, won back-to-black league MVPs and are about to win your second title in as many years. You're good.

Regardless, however, we're not too sure if these particular Curry kicks will jump over the Jumpman.

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