The Nike Cortez is back on NIKEiD

The Nike Cortez is back on NIKEiD

The Nike Cortez is back on NIKEiD after two years missing. Created by Bill Bowerman and Phil Knight in 1966 at the time when Nike was still called Blue Ribbon Sports and when their main activity was to distribute Onitsuka Tiger products, the Cortez was originally expected to be called Aztec as reference to 1968 Mexico City Olympic Games. Bowerman wanted then demonstrated the Cortez owned several cushioning levels and then decided to mark the midsole with a color stipe to enhance the innovation. The first Nike historical running shoe is now available for customization with many materials and colors on NIKEiD among the numerous iterations already available

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NIKE CORTEZ ID
Multi
125 €
331985-982

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NikeiD-Cortez-Green

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