Ohhhh…Nike. Disappointed that you elected Kaepernick to represent your brand. I respect athletes who stand up for what they believe in, and volunteer and donate time/money to causes on their OWN time. At a game, during OUR anthem, I feel our athletes should represent ALL, and respect ALL Americans. That includes active duty service members, and those who have sacrificed their LIVES for our country. By elevating black lives matter, you are disrespecting our service men/women. A game, for entertainment, is not the right time/place for activist gestures. If your son/daughter had been killed in the line of duty, perhaps you’d be better able to understand the emotions that arise as you kneel, disrespectfully. Again, not the right time or place…
342 – 1 year 2 months ago
There is no way you will gain more customers than you lose after this Cap (Crap) deal! This was the most outrageous anti American move you could have possibly made! I was a major Nike supporter and I will NEVER buy another Nike product ever again! Fire whoever made that decision
870 – 1 year 2 months ago
1 year 9 months ago
Nike is not an overrated company if some of the best athletes around the world would use their products. I dont think athletes like Cristiano Ronaldo, Roger Federer and many other top class athletes would use a brand that is overrated and not good. Right?Nike is not an overrated company if some of the best athletes around the world would use their products. I dont think athletes like Cristiano Ronaldo, Roger Federer and many other top class athletes would use a brand that is overrated and not good.
2 – 1 year 3 months ago
Dear Shoe Gods….please find it in your heart to get our original Shox line back! I have been wearing the same pair for 5 years and have anxiety when I think about shopping for new tennis shoes. PLEASE!!!!! #Nike #Shox #OGShox #INeedMyShox #TheNewModelIsUglyAF #ShoxAreTheOnlySneakerIWear #BringTheBoingBack
2 – 1 year 5 months ago
Only you can cross your finish line. Congrats Kevin Hart for Breaking 26.2 at #TCSNYCMarathon
After years of medals earned on the world stage, and a grueling 9-month injury recovery, her legacy is cemented on the streets of NYC, as the first American woman in 40 years to win the #TCSNYCMarathon.
Made his mark in the mud as a world cross country champion. Took to the track for titles won. Turned to the roads to face the world’s best in the marathon. And set a blistering pace on the concrete of NYC, to capture his first major marathon victory.
Congratulations Shalane Flanagan and Geoffrey Kamworor on your triumphant breakthrough victories in NYC.