• We’re Going to America

    We’re Going to America

    That’s right, Ida Squad! After a challenging, rewarding, and downright weird year, things are looking up for women’s footwear in 2021. 
  • Everything you need to know about women’s footy boots in 2020

    Everything you need to know about women’s footy boots in 2020

    Women have been playing footy in Australia for a long time Although the women’s professional AFL league has only been running for three years in Australia, women have been playing footy across the country for over 100 years.  At the start of the 2000s, women’s participation in footy began to rocket, with the number of national teams registered increasing by 450% in the year...
  • The 4 main differences between men and women’s soccer boots soccer players need to know

    The 4 main differences between men and women’s soccer boots soccer players need to know

    Women’s soccer is having a moment in Australia. The Matilda’s came second in a recent survey ranking the emotional connections fans have with Aussie teams, and Australia and New Zealand have just won the joint bid for the 2023 World Cup. Soccer is now the most popular team sport for girls in Australia and more and more women are getting involved in the game,...
  • Ida Sports Football Boots ready for Women's Rugby 7's

    Ida Sports Football Boots ready for Women's Rugby 7's

    Rugby sevens is among the fastest growing sports in the world and the number of women participating in the sport is enjoying a boom. Ida Sports' boots are perfect for the speed of Rugby 7's: they are light but durable and the kangaroo leather boots mold excellently to the feet giving comfort whilst playing.   
  • All Black Football Boots

    All Black Football Boots

    What colours do athletes prefer? All black football boots were a must with the first Ida classic shoe.
  • We love Steph Curry, but there's a broader issue here.

    We love Steph Curry, but there's a broader issue here.

      The beautiful thing about running a women’s sporting footwear company is whenever something happens in women’s sports, five people are sure to email it you. So it was with the Steph Curry and his response to nine-year-old fan Riley this week on Instagram. Whilst it was predictably disappointing that the shoes weren’t available in the girls’ section of the Under Armour website to...
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