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Founded in Oregon under the name Blue Ribbon Sports by Bill Bowerman. In 1972 it was officially renamed Nike. The brand offers great design combined with innovative technologies. Thanks to this, it is the most popular sports brand in the world, which has proven its cultural relevance. The Air Force, Cortez and Dunk models are historical milestones in the sneaker world. The family also includes the Jordan brand and its most prized streetwear sneakers or Converse with its easy-going canvas sneakers.
All Condition Gear – equipment for all types of weather is a range from Nike, which has deviated from the classic look and given space to an outdoor one. For sneakers, you can see the use of durable materials in combination with unique design elements such as an orange swoosh or phosphor green laces. Thanks to this, ACGs excel among the flood of brown outdoor equipment. The Mountain Fly model with a light upper and a thick sole is among the most popular ones.
The silhouette of the women's Air Force 1 model remains unsurpassed in terms of popularity and versatility. We know that there is beauty in simplicity and perfection lies in the detail. This is probably what the ingenious designer Bruce Kilgore also had in mind when he designed the very first model in 1982. One of the most popular sneakers on the market, which is still breaking records, is waiting just for you.
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