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Promoted item:NEW Nike Zoom Rival S6 Size 4.5 mens - Black gold

NEW Nike Zoom Rival S6 Size 4.5 mens - Black gold

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About Nike

Nike is an international manufacturer of shoes, athletic gear, and apparel. The company is well known for its line of athletic shoes, which includes Air Jordan's, Nike Golf Shoes, and other major brands. The Nike Corp. also owns Converse Shoes and a number of other subsidiary firms. This multinational behemoth can trace its routes back to 1962, when a Stanford University graduate, Phil Knight, decided to explore the Japanese footwear market.Together with his old coach, Bill Bowerman, Knight developed a venture called Blue Ribbon Sports Inc. in 1967. BRS grew rapidly, and, by 1969, both Bowerman and Knight were making well over six figures. In 1970, Bowerman discovered how to make the now-famous waffle sole by pouring liquid rubber into a waffle iron. Although his little experiment destroyed his wife's cooking implement, it ushered in a revolution in sports design.In 1971, Carolyn Davidson, a graphic design neophyte, developed Nike's brand symbol--the Swoosh. Davidson wasn't paid much for her work--she only earned $35 at first. In 1983, after Nike had established itself as a worldwide brand, Davidson received better compensation for her landmark design--a ton of Nike stock and a diamond ring embedded with the Swoosh symbol in gold.Nike has recently found itself at the center of an international controversy over 'sweatshop labor.' Nike employs factories in East Asia and Mexico to mass-produce its shoes. Although the company pays workers more than their average national wage, some human rights advocates have chastised Nike for its poorly conditioned 'sweatshops.' As a result of public pressure, Nike has renovated some of these overseas factories to make them more comfortable.