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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 Celebrates UConns 10th Women’s National Championship

The University of Connecticut women’s basketball team notched another championship on their belt this week, cementing their status as one of the most successful collegiate teams in history. To help the team celebrate their 10th victory, Nike has put together a collection of apparel and a special …

Nike Women’s Roshe Run Breeze – White/Metallic Silver

It’s been some time since the Roshe Run made its debut but the popular silhouette remains as one of the most popular and widely distributed sneakers to date. Now that warm weather has finally arrived, Nike continues to introduce new iterations of the ultra-breathable, super lightweight Breeze …

Nike Huarache Run Print GS “Black/White”

In light of the shoe’s early ’90s OG colorways, bright, punchy hues have typically been associated with the Nike Huarache Run. This new GS edition of the Nike Huarache Run Print strays from that sunny aesthetic to deliver a neutral style rendered in basic black and white, …

Nike Roshe Run Flyknit “Wolf Grey”

What’s not to love about Nike‘s latest Nike Roshe Run Flyknit Wolf Grey release? With the beloved natural motion outsole, innovative and responsive Flyknit build, and spring-ready Wolf Grey and white colorway, you can’t go wrong. As is always the case with the Roshe Run family, the …

Nike MetCon 1 “Daring Red”

Introduced earlier this year, the Nike MetCon 1 was strategically designed for high-powered workouts. Made with a minimal heel-toe drop for stability, flex grooves that provides natural motion and durable sides, it can withstand the demands of cross-training while keeping you moving at full speed. Following the …

Nike Mag Plutonium Case

The highly coveted Nike Mags are considered to be somewhat of the holy grail of sneakers. First introduced in the classic film Back to the Future Part II, they stopped the world with their light-up panels and self-fastening laces. In 2011, the legendary Tinker Hatfield design was …

The Nike Dunk Celebrates 30 Years as an Icon

The Nike Dunk is easily one of the most iconic models of sneaker history, tracing its roots all the way back to 1985, when it was first introduced. To celebrate its 30th anniversary, Nike has released a detailed outline of its story, from inception to the legend …

ACRONYM x Nike Lunar Force 1 SP TZ | Detailed Look

The German label Acronym, which is headed up by Michaela Sachenbacher and Errolson Hugh, has earned a steller reputation for driving innovation and unifying style in apparel. With top brands like Burton, United Arrows, Arc’Teryx, and Massimo on their resume, it was a no-brainer for Nike to …

Nike Free Socfly – “White/White”

The recently revealed Nike Free Socfly is simplicity at its absolute best. Much like 1986’s Sock Racer, its no-fuss design is stripped of any embellishments and unnecessary elements to let it act as a “natural extension of the foot”. Taking its already minimalistic look to the next …