Nike’s Shoe Dog Pack Features 3 Original Designs Of The Cortez

Jul 22, 2019

Category: Style

Rewinding to its younger days, the iconic American footwear company is releasing initial design concepts for one of its most popular models. The Nike Cortez Shoe Dog Pack brings to life original designs described in a chapter out of Phil Knight’s memoir Shoe Dog.

The three unique retro sneaker designs are dubbed “Nike,” “Dimension Six,” and “Falcon.” For the “Nike” variation, the shoe depicts Carolyn Davidson’s original Swoosh logo in bright red. The “Dimension Six” version, which was Knight’s first choice, showcases a single blue stripe with a bold red circle. And the “Falcon” model displays a caricature of the bird, representing motion and agility. Each variation also features the modern Nike swoosh logo in tonal white. You can grab any of the three pairs from the Nike Shoe Dog Pack on July 24 for $120 each.

Purchase: $120

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