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Nike Link Up with Gurls Talk to Drop a Jersey Celebrating Women in Sport

The long-term partnership aims to “bring people together—physically and digitally—for safe, judgment-free discussion”

3rd July 2019

The long-term partnership aims to “bring people together—physically and digitally—for safe, judgment-free discussion”

Gurls Talk – the groundbreaking platform which gives everyone a chance to stop, talk, share and listen without stigma – has joined forces with Nike London to drop a fresh new collaborative kit for summer.

The graphic-heavy monochrome jersey is etched with model and activist Adwoa Aboah’s initials on the chest beneath the logo of her community platform, Gurls Talk. The unisex shirt also carries Adwoa’s lucky number 3 on its back and ‘Mega’ written in reflective print across both arms.

United through a shared goal of helping individuals around the world reach their potential, the long-term partnership between Nike and Aboah “brings people together—physically and digitally—for safe, judgment-free discussion”, with the collection’s goal focussed on the sport’s power to bring people together.

The jersey celebrates the stories of girls creating essential change in their community and has already helped thousands of people in achieving their goals after Nike partnered with Gurls Talk to create the Made to Play* Fund, which was aimed at finding a way to connect with girls in hard-to-reach places and break down their barriers to accessing sport.

Photography by @sirius.film.

Head to nike.com/football or NikeTown London to purchase the limited edition jersey today.

In other kit related news, adidas recently debuted the new away jersey to be worn by Real Madrid this season.

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