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Blazer Mid
BQ6806-100

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38 Shops

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69,90 €

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Air Max 90
CQ2560-100

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37 Shops

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97,97 €

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Air Max 90
DC1161-100

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35 Shops

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109,95 €

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Challenger OG
CW7645-003

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35 Shops

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59,95 €

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Air Max 90
CT1039-100

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34 Shops

Price from
76,97 €

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Blazer Mid 77
CZ1055-100

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34 Shops

Price from
69,97 €

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Challenger OG
CW7645-600

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33 Shops

Price from
54,00 €

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Challenger OG F002
CW7645-002

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33 Shops

Price from
45,00 €

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Air Max 90
CN8490-100

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33 Shops

Price from
89,00 €

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Daybreak
CK2351-001

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33 Shops

Price from
44,95 €

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Air Max 97
921826-001

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33 Shops

Price from
109,95 €

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Air Force 1 Pixel
CK6649-100

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32 Shops

Price from
76,97 €

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Blazer LE
AV9370-111

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31 Shops

Price from
49,00 €

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Air Max 90 Recraft New
CT4352-104

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31 Shops

Price from
70,00 €

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Air Max 2090
BV9977-100

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31 Shops

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82,47 €

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Air Force 1 Crater
CT1986-100

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31 Shops

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76,97 €

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Air Max 95 Ctry F300
CW2360-300

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31 Shops

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124,00 €

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Dbreak Type
DA4654-002

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31 Shops

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44,97 €

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Air Max 270
AH8050-100

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31 Shops

Price from
114,95 €

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Air Max 270
AH8050-002

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31 Shops

Price from
93,00 €

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Air Max 270
AH6789-100

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30 Shops

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99,90 €

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Air Max 97
921826-101

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30 Shops

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119,00 €

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Classic Cortez Leather
807471-103

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30 Shops

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55,47 €

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Blazer Leather
CI6377-101

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29 Shops

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58,46 €

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Air Max 90
DC9209-100

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29 Shops

Price from
84,00 €

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Air Max 90 NRG
CK6467-001

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29 Shops

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109,95 €

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Air Max 90
DA4290-100

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29 Shops

Price from
70,00 €

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Air Max 90
CZ6221-600

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29 Shops

Price from
89,00 €

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Air Max 90
CD0881-103

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29 Shops

Price from
70,00 €

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Air Force 1 Crater
CT1986-001

Found at
29 Shops

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76,97 €

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React Vision
CD4373-101

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29 Shops

Price from
84,90 €

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Air Max 2090
CK2612-002

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29 Shops

Price from
79,00 €

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Nike Sneaker - the undisputed number 1

Undoubtedly, Nike is one of the best known companies on the planet. Not only the groundbreaking inventions in athletic footwear, but also the cooperation with athletes like Michael Jordan and numerous artists have made Nike the undisputed market leader in athletic footwear and apparel today. With an estimated market value of 29.6 billion dollars, the company is one of the most financially valuable in the world. But the success did not come overnight, it took more than 50 years until a small company became a global corporation.

The history of Nike in a nutshell

Nike's company history would fill an entire book, so we will limit ourselves to the most important stages here.

It all began with the founding of Ribbon Sports by Bill Bowerman and Philip Knight in 1964 in Beaverton. The shoes of Onitsuka Tiger were initially sold under this name. It was only a few years after their company was founded that Bowermann and Knight began to develop their own models, which were able to convince through technical improvements right from the start. Compared to the sports shoes available on the market at the time, the first Nike sneakers were lighter and had a non-slip sole. From 1971 the company was called "Nike Inc."

The big breakthrough came in the 80's when Nike collaborated with Michael Jordan. The Jordan brand finally emerged from this cooperation. Other Nike-sponsored athletes include LeBron James, Tiger Woods, Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, Christiano Ronaldo, Neymar and Mario Götze.

Nike Collaborations

In addition to sponsoring athletes and sporting events, Nike has always sought collaborations with artists and designers. In the 80s, hip-hop brought sportswear to the streets. Nike has always collaborated with the greats of hip-hop, and the sneaker models from his collaborations with Wu Tang Clan, Kanye West and Drake are legendary and well known among collectors.

The collaboration with designers and fashion labels resulted in some interesting collections and limited special editions, which today have cult status such as with Virgil Abloh, OFF White, Stüssy, Supreme, Comme des Garcons or Patta.

Technical innovations

Nike employs a large team of shoe designers and engineers and maintains various research laboratories. Over the past 50 years, the company has developed a wide range of technical innovations in the footwear sector.

The "Nike Air" cushioning system appeared as early as 1979, and the air cushion sole has continued to evolve ever since. A new concept was pursued by Nike with the more active Lunarlon technology from 2008, which eventually led to the React technology, a damping system that gives the runner back the energy he used. Nike Free technology has resulted in a whole series of different running shoes that imitate barefoot walking.

Among the most famous lifestyle sneakers from Nike are the Air Max 1 and its successor models such as the Air Force 1, the Vapormax, the Blazer or the Huarache.

The name Nike and the Swoosh

There are some stories about the origin of the name Nike. Actually the brand should have been called "Dimension 6", because that was the desired name of the company founder Knight. Allegedly, one of the first employees, Jeff Johnson, remembered the name "Nike" in his sleep. A very happy idea, as it turns out.

The name Nike goes back to the winged Greek goddess of victory. The world-famous logo, the so-called Swoosh, is also based on them. Swoosh translated means "to swing" or "to rustle", the logo should remind of the wings of the goddess.

The world-famous Nike logo was designed by a 28-year-old graphics student for only 35 dollars. However, many years later Nike showed her gratitude and not only signed her over $600,000 worth of shares, but also thanked her with a diamond-studded gold ring in the form of the logo.