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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.

Nike Creates Their Own Kobe Bryant Brand Font

After together conquering everything else in the streetwear game, Nike and Kobe Bryant have now moved on to a new phase with the creation of their own brand typeface. Creating a new Nike x Kobe Bryant brand font usually would be tall order for any designer, but …

Nike Air Stab “Neon”

In honor of the 20th anniversary of the OG Nike Air Max 95 “Neon,” the Swoosh has been cranking out simpatico colorways of various Air Max silhouettes. The latest model to get the “Neon” treatment is the Nike Air Stab, which pre-dates the AM95 by 7 years. The …

Nike’s Redesigned Seattle Store Now Open

As residents of the Emerald City have long known, Seattle is a great sports town, and its residents have been served by Nike Seattle, which recently underwent a major facelift. According to Vice President of Nike North America Direct to Consumer, “Nike Seattle was redesigned with this active …

Nike Air Trainer SC High “Denim”

Nike has been known to take creative liberties with the Nike Air Trainer SC High, and why not, since the athlete for whom the shoe was originally made — the amazing two-sport phenom Bo Jackson — was known for regularly smashing expectations. The upper uses a mix …

Show Your True Colors with Nike Sportswear Suede Pack

Summer is a great time to show you true colors; with the warm weather there’s no need to hide underneath layers to let your personality shine. So go bold the rest of this season with this Nike Sportswear Suede Pack, comprised of three perfect looks that rock …

Nike Developed a Cooling Hood Prototype for U.S. Olympic Athlete Ashton Eaton

For U.S. Olympic champion Ashton Eaton, a decathlete for whom every advantage counts, quick recovery time between events is crucial. He teamed up with Nike to take on thermoregulation — specifically, the performance benefits of cooling the face, which has proven to be two to five times more …

Nike Brings Back the Air Epic in Four New Colorways

After a fairly prolonged absence, Nike has brought back the Air Epic in a quartet of new colorways, each done up in a traditional mesh and suede build. Originally launched in the ’80s, the archival runner features a perforated suede heel panel, padded nylon collar and a …

Nike Air Max 1 Essential “Olympic”

Although we’re more than halfway through summer, the Swoosh is still hitting us hard with hot releases, including this great new Nike Air Max 1 Essential in an “Olympic” colorway. Reviving the colorway that made up the full athlete kits from the most recent summer Olympic Games, …

Get an Inside Look at 45 Grand, Nike’s Exclusive New York Fitness Studio

Occupying a SoHo warehouse space in York City, one that formerly served as a metal workshop in past years, sits 45 Grand, the exclusive women’s only fitness studio where VIPs can work out with Nike‘s world-class trainers. Simply named for its address and occupying two floors, the invitation-only facility was designed …