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Pro sneaker-head George Sullivan, CEO and Founder of The Sole Womens has put together his top picks, rounding up the hottest ladies trainers of the moment.


Nike Air Max 95 PRM Plum Chalk Rose | £165

This perfectly pink silhouette shows off a soft, premium suede and leather, dressing the signature lines of the Air Max 95.

Subtle changes of tone can be seen on the lines, in a very steady gradient style. The lace unit at the centre comes in a pale pink, with Air Max detailing on the tongue, as well as Nike Air branding debossed into the heel of the shoe.

New Balance WX608 White | £70

If you’re looking for a perfectly classic tennis sneaker, then the New Balance WX608 White should be in your rotation.As 90’s as it can get, the New Balance WX608 brings simplicity and everything that you could need from a chunky sneaker. Sitting on top of a cushioned midsole that will be giving you a lightweight feel for all-day responsive wear. 

Nike Air Force 1 ’07 White/Gold Metallic Pack | £95

Pretty detailing transforms this classic basketball shoe. The Swoosh brand’s iconic silhouette has been customised with shimmering gold accents in this release, creating a party-ready look.

The Nike Air Force 1 ’07 Metallic Pack White/Gold combines a minimalistic aesthetic with eye-catching highlights. Crafted with a premium leather upper, this sneaker is both luxurious and durable. Perforations also appear across the toe and side panels, creating a breathable experience whatever the weather.

Nike M2K Tekno Pink Plum Chalk | £90

The Nike M2K Tekno Pink Plum Chalk, a silhouette joining the Plum Chalk pack, is the Swooshes most recent pink hue with an affordable price point and chunky aesthetic.

Plum Chalk embroidered mini Swooshes can be seen on the sidewalls of this sneaker, pairing up with the colour of the heel panel, tongue and inner. This heel panel adds not only extra support and durability to the Nike silhouette, but complements the design of the M2K too, creating an even thicker look.

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