International Women’s Day is here, and we’re celebrating in the way we know best: copping sneakers. Of course, we’ve got our eyes set on the best women’s sneaker releases this time, a category that is only growing stronger by the month.

It wasn’t long ago that women’s sneaker releases abided by the much-derided “pink it & shrink it” law. That is to say that there wasn’t a whole lot of originality when it came to women’s exclusives. More and more, though, we’re seeing unisex sizing and a closer focus on improving the profile of the women’s sneaker game because the demand is there.

Below, we’ve rounded up 10 pairs of our favorite women’s sneakers to cop for International Women’s Day, ranging from the viral Tiffany & Co. Air Force 1s to new Jordan 2 colorways and more. You can secure all pairs at StockX now, and rest assured that they’re all 100 percent verified, too.

Shop the best women's sneakers to celebrate International Women's Day below.

Nike P-6000

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The Nike P-6000 is quietly one of StockX's best-selling women's silhouettes. The performance-based silhouette makes for easy styling with its retro detailing, and this colorway epitomizes that.

Nike Dunk Low Grey Fog

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NikeDunk Low Grey Fog
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The Nike Dunk Low is undoubtedly one of the best-performing silhouettes from the Swoosh over the past few years. Colorways like Grey Fog prove the versatility of the design, and it's clear why this is a favorite for women shopping at StockX.

New Balance 530

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New Balance530
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Classic runners have dominated the sneaker landscape recently, and there's no sign of this slowing down. The New Balance 530 is one of the purest forms of the trend with its understated white mesh upper and subtle silver-tone trims.

adidas Campus Light Bad Bunny Cream

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adidasCampus Light Bad Bunny Cream
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Bad Bunny turned his attention to the adidas Campus at the end of February. This pair features signature bold detailing, but the neutral palette balances out the finish.

Nike Air Max 97 OG Silver Bullet

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NikeAir Max 97 OG Silver Bullet (2022)
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Some designs have a tough time building any hype at all. The Air Max 97 Silver Bullet, on the other hand, builds wild hype every time it drops. For sneakerheads, this pair is a pillar of the modern rotation.

New Balance 550 Aimé Leon Dore

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New Balance550 Aimé Leon Dore
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Teddy Santis' takes on the New Balance 550 usually look to multicolored varsity-style colorways. This pair, though, keeps things much more toned down with a neutral suede upper.

Nike Dunk Low SE Sand Drift (W)

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NikeDunk Low SE Sand Drift (W)
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We love the number of ethereal neutrals being used right now for women's colorways. Take the Dunk Low SE Sand Drift, for example, which dropped on March 4. The colorway is easy to style and puts the iconic silhouette at the center of attention.

adidas Forum Buckle Low Bad Bunny

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adidasForum Buckle Low Bad Bunny
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Bad Bunny made no secret about his love for the adidas Forum, releasing a number of variations on the model. This pair landed in December 2022 and might actually be our favorite of the lot.

Nike Air Force 1 Low Tiffany & Co. 1837

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NikeAir Force 1 Low Tiffany & Co. 1837
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If you haven't already analyzed this pair in your free time, then you're not a sneakerhead. Dropping on March 7, the divisive colorway has some asking for more and others lauding the subtle aesthetic. Where do you stand?

Nike Jordan 2 Retro Low UNC To Chicago (W)

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NikeJordan 2 Retro Low UNC To Chicago (W)
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The Nike Jordan 2 is a silhouette that deserves much more love than it gets. This particular version drops on March 8 & tells the story of Michael Jordan's journey from player at UNC to icon in Chicago.

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