Shawna Palmer tells us her 5 favorite sneakers.
Gender inclusivity in soccer is still something people have to fight for and Shawna Palmer is definitely not oblivious to that.
During our chat with Football for Her’s founder, we could take a closer look at the struggles women face in soccer and also get to know some athletic brands that are thriving in having a positive impact regarding these issues.
To break the bias, Shawna rises as an important voice on socials for those who were told not to do something just for being a girl.
Instagram feeds + sports equals what? Yes, sneakers. Therefore, leather and its everlasting qualities also come first to our minds when the subject is soccer.
Keep scrolling to discover Shawna's chosen ones for playing or wearing with her outfits – we didn’t ask specifically about Nike, but it seems we got a stan here.
1. Nike Air Force 1 Wheat
“I’m a sucker for a gum sole and can wear them with anything.”
This noteworthy colorway is all made up of smooth suede, including the classic Swoosh.
2. Jordan 1 Panda
“I love the classic silo and fit of the AJ1. I can dress them up or down and wear them the most because of the neutral black and white, but there are other colorways I love just as much!”
AJ couldn’t be left out, right?
Streetwear savants can’t have just one option, so here are Shawna’s fave AirMax pairs.
3. Nike AirMax 95 Plant Color Pack
“I absolutely love these because they feel like I’m walking on clouds and I love that they are naturally dyed.”
Looking for sneakers that will withstand the test of time? Take these next leather uppers as a go-to option for timeless outfits.
4. Nike AirMax 97 Triple White
“I love white sneakers and think the 97 is a perfect sneaker that’s not too chunky but gives me a thicker vibe when I need it. Triple white goes with everything!”
5) Nike Dunk Low Grey Fog
“I love these Nike Dunks because they’re easy to pair with anything. I don’t have to think too much with the versatile gray and white colorway."
No doubt there are plenty of girls following Shawna’s steps. Tap here to know why she's not alone.