Nike's New N7 Collection Showcases the Thunderbird Graphic of the Ojibwe Tribe

The goods are available starting today
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Since 2009, Nike has launched footwear and apparel collections benefiting the N7 Fund, which the company initiated to inspire and enable Native American and Aboriginal youth in North America through sport and physical activity. Nike's new N7 capsule is inspired by professional hockey player Jordan Nolan, a member of the Ojibwe tribe. For the small community, the thunderbird is a protector of its people, and the legendary creature acts as the aesthetic basis for the new release. It's seen on the new Nike Air Pivot N7 hoodie (pictured abovie), as well as the Nike Sock Dart N7, featuring an all-over engineered thunderbird pattern. Additional silhouettes include the Nike Kyrie 3 N7, Nike Air Flight Huarache Ultra N7, and the women's edition of the Nike Sock Dart N7, marked by a yellow color burst.

The collection is available starting today, June 21, to coincide with Canada's National Aboriginal Day. Shop the goods now at nike.com.