Unisex sneakers have been designed for both men and women, so you can wear them regardless of who you are (in terms of sex). Some brands focus on sneakers for men, women, and both. Meanwhile, others just focus on one sex. We’ll focus on the brands that offer unisex shoes. Some of the well-known ones include Vans, Nike, Adidas, Converse, and Reebok. Let’s look at examples from the last four brands.

Air Max 90 Essential (Nike)


The Nike Air Max 90 Essential is under the “athleisure” category. They can serve both athletic and lifestyle and leisure purposes. They’re great for running. Some other unisex sneakers from Nike include Air Max 270 G Golf Shoe (Unisex), Air Force 1 ’07 LX Sneaker (Unisex)

Forum Low Shoes (Adidas)


The Adidas Forum Low Shoes is a re-design of the Adidas Forum Low OG. It is a basketball shoe but can also be used for other outdoor activities. It can be paired with jeans, joggers, tights, or shorts. The Delpala Shoes and NMD_R1 Shoes are other unisex Adidas sneakers.

Chuck 70 High Top (Converse)


Converse’s Chuck 70 High Top is made of canvas and/or denim, and the details of the shoe can be customised to suit your style. It’s usually worn by college and high school students. It can be used for casual events and is good for skateboarding. However, you cannot use a
Chuck 70 high top for running and all kinds of exercises. Other Converse unisex sneakers are Chuck Taylor All Star Low Top, and other converse high top shoes.

Workout Plus Shoes (Reebok)


The Reebok Workout Plus Shoes have a low-cut design, which helps promote free movement. It’s suitable for sprinting, basketball, dancing and running. The Club C 85 Vintage Shoes is also unisex. That’s it about these four unisex sneakers from some of your most trusted brands.

Nothing should stop you from getting any of them regardless of your sex. If it’s about the difference in the sizes of male and female shoes, you don’t need to worry because these brands make provisions for that. Even though a particular shoe design can be worn by both sexes, the sizes differ. The brands also have size charts for their unisex sneakers. This list isn’t exhaustive; it’s just a few from the tall list. Feel free to buy and wear them if you know you’ll be comfortable in them.

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