Short with under short Mia - Women's Football - Front view

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Short with under short Mia


Nothing better than wearing shorts while having maximum comfort, think of the Mia shorts with its integrated sub-shorts! 

Made from a light crepe dyed in green color, symbol of hope, energy and solidarity, or black sign of elegance, no matter the color it will highlight you. A remarkable comfort, a refined cut, reminiscent of the shorts of the 90’s, for a renewed style on all terrains. The particularity of this shorts is its integrated sub-shorts, it will accompany you in your movements, for a feeling of freedom, and comfort at every moment in your efforts, it is accompanied by a permanent support thanks to links in order to adjust to your size.

These shorts are made with beautiful materials for an unexpected look, for a delicate touch and a prodigious comfort, thought for our sporty, for all types of sports movements, but especially for women. 

The shorts will match perfectly with your ALKÉ sportswear, for a sporty and trendy look at the same time.  

Available in 2 colors

- Black shorts + Black underpants

- Green shorts + Black underpants

 Made In Europe

 OEKO-TEX® certified


  Standard delivery (excl. preorder) from 2 to 5 days in Metropolitan France

7 to 15 days for Europe, and 15 to 25 days for North America.


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90% Polyester
10% Elastane

Choose your usual size. If you are between two sizes choose the larger one. Aurore is 1m72 high and wear a black short size M. Mathilde is 1m70 high and wear a green or black size S.

Details :

- Short Woman

- Integrated under-shorts

- Links around the waist

- Colour black or green

Who was Mia? 

In the 1990’s Mia Hamm was the most famous footballer on the planet, and one of the most famous sportswomen in the United States, due to the rise of football among women. She was either an attacker or a midfielder. She alone has 276 selections on the national team, and 158 goals on selections, was also the youngest player in the national selection (at 15) and the youngest World Cup winner.

In 2004, Akers and Mia Hamm were the only women named to FIFA 100, a list of the 125 greatest live footballers compiled by the great Brazilian Pelé to celebrate the 100th anniversary of FIFA. Since 2010 she has been FC Barcelona’s ambassador to the United States.

“Many people say I'm the best women's soccer player in the world. I don't think so. And because of that, someday I just might be.” ― Mia Hamm

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