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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 Air Foamposite One “Gone Fishing”

In previewing this upcoming Air Foamposite One “Gone Fishing,” Nike frames the uniquely themed shoe as an ode to the teams who made an early exit from this year’s NBA playoffs. The shoe’s Foamposite upper is remade in a fish scale pattern, complete with an iridescent finish mimicking the skin’s multi-colored …

Nike Hyperdunk 2015

Nike has unveiled the latest edition of its flagship basketball sneaker, the Hyperdunk 2015, featuring both the brand’s top performance technology and a visually striking silhouette. Created by a team led by Leo Chang, Nike Basketball‘s Footwear Design Director, the lightweight and responsive shoe looks like a high-top …

NikeLab Free Huarache Carnivore

Originally previewed here, we now get a detailed look at the NikeLab Free Huarache Carnivore, reviving a true Nike classic for the 21st century. The innovative construction features premium leather, cutout panels, a removable bootie, and lightly speckled Nike Free tooling for natural movement and lightweight support. At the back, …

Nike Air Presto “Brutal Honey”

Presenting a look OG Swoosh fans would be happy to see, Nike has decided to give the Air Presto a vibrant black and yellow colorway. The Nike Air Presto “Brutal Honey” continues the 16 year old silo’s comeback, returning with this one of the original 13 colorways …

Nike Dunk Low Premium SB “Primitive”

Paul Rodriguez, Nike SB‘s first signature athlete, teamed up with childhood friend Andy Netkin to open the Primitive Store in Encino, California. Before long, the Primitive brand would hit the next stage of its evolution, as Paul would leave his longtime board sponsor and strike out on his …

fragment design x NikeLab Tennis Classic AC SP

Hiroshi Fujiwara has guided his fragment design label to a number of high-profile Nike collaborations this year, with retro silhouettes getting the collaborative spotlight through the limited NikeLab imprimatur. Hot on the heels of the Air Trainer Mid (U.S. release date still TBD) and Sock Dart, fragment and …

Nike Golfers Debut Stretch Woven Apparel for 2015 U.S. Open

At the 2015 U.S. Open, which kicks off this week at Chambers Bay in Washington state, Nike Golf athletes will suit up in an apparel collection with stretch woven fabrics designed to keep them cool and dry while playing at the edge of the Pacific Ocean. The individual …

The Nike Air Carnivore May See A Comeback

British menswear label Cottweiler got a head start on next year by unveiling their Spring/Summer 2016 collection in London. Matching perfectly with their modern and understated aesthetic was a pair of Nike shoes we haven’t seen in years. What looks to be a brand new edition of …

NikeLab Roshe Cortez

NikeLab takes the original Nike Cortez runner — something of a signature shoe for Tom Hanks’ Forrest Gump — and updates the classic silhouette with a reimagined hybrid design, one that affixes the natural-motion tooling of the Nike Roshe One to the simple white leather build of the …