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Nike got its name of today in 1972 but was founded in 1964 as Blue Ribbon Sports in Beaverton, Oregon. Founders Bill Bowerman & Philip Knight first design was the Waffle Trainer & they have since then put out too many classic models to mention. These classic models and Nike’s smart sponsorship and marketing has made them the worlds largest footwear brand. The famous swoosh logo, which adorns nearly all of Nike’s shoes, is a sign of quality and design perfection.

Civilist x Nike SB Stefan Janoski “River Spree” Pack

Nike SB has joined forces once again with Berlin’s premier skate shop, Civilist. This latest collaboration features two individual styles of Stefan Janoski‘s signature shoe, both inspired by the River Spree that runs through the heart of Berlin. First up is the Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski Canvas Spree, …

Nike SB Stefan Janoski “Flamingo”

As we saw earlier today with the preview of the Canvas White/Midnight Navy version, the Nike SB Stefan Janoski is probably the hottest and most versatile lifestyle shoe out there. Further making the case, check out this latest release perfect for our current season, which coats the …

Nike Zoom Stefan Janoski Canvas – White/Midnight Navy

It doesn’t get any better than this for the heat of summer: a Nike Zoom Stefan Janoski Canvas in a White and Midnight Navy. This pristine look features a clean white upper with navy blue accents, combining the classic tennis footwear look with the Swoosh’s top-flight skateboard …

Nike Celebrates U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team Third World Cup Victory

After an exciting first 15 minutes, which saw Carli Llyod score a hatrick against Japan, many were wondering if the last 75 minutes of the game were even necessary. It was probably about that time that Nike began to spin up the machines, adding a third star …

Nike Free Ace Leather “Black”

Nike is known to reach into its archive to fashion Franken-sneakers using different parts borrowed from its existing silhouettes, and in the case of this new Free Ace Leather, the results work exceedingly well. Resting atop an ultra-flexible Nike Free 5.0 sole unit, the mid-top has elements …

Nike Air Max 95 PRM “4th of July”

Earlier today we examined the origin story of the Nike Air Max 95, and now we get the latest example of what the shoe’s original designer, Sergio Lozano, has wrought. A late addition to the Independence Day-themed sneakers we’ve seen in recent weeks, this Nike Air Max …

Anatomy of Air: The Air Max 95

On the occasion of its 20th anniversary, Nike takes a deep dive into the history and development of the iconic Nike Air Max 95. Designer Sergio Lozano recounts that his Air Max 95, like the Air Max 1, met with its share of initial resistance. “The first concept review …

Nike Roshe Run One “Triple Black”

With the market swelling with vibrant looks, you can think of this new Nike Roshe Run One “Triple Black” as the perfect antidote. Building on the silo’s central appeal – simplicity – this murdered out, Triple Black colorway takes the shoe’s no frill charm to the next …

Nike Air Force 1 Low “Preserved Icons”

Just in time to celebrate America’s 239th birthday, the Swoosh is out with this creative Nike Air Force 1 Low “Preserved Icons”. Designed after the Statue of Liberty, this shoe is designed with a unique upper that will change colorways between a white and a rust-like copper …