Nike says producing kicks at home could be a possibility

3D printing looks to be a manufacturing game changer and Nike is seeking to fashion this breakthrough into in home application. According to Nike, the company is engineering tech that give consumers the ability to produce custom sneakers from the comfort of their homes, or at a Nike store. Nike says that it could become a reality in the not to distant future. Nike COO, Eric Sprunk recently reveal that they are already using 3D printing to simplify Flyknit sneakers’ production process.  A design file complete with instructions is fed into…

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Floral City J Wall1 and Lillard 1

Adidas’ floral city is a celebration of spring. This year’s collection includes the J Wall1 and the Lillard 1. The special mock up that both shoes come in feature floral  patterns and colors that commemorate the spring celebrations in the cities of Portland and Washington,D.C.,respectively.      

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From then to now: The Evolution of Nike’s Visible Air

  When visible air is thought of,the name that typically synonymous with it is one Mr. Tinker Hatfield. However, David Forland, a name that  you probably aren’t as familiar with,was instrumental in bringing this technology to life. Read more

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