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The best Nike shoes you can buy right now

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You certainly have a few pairs of Nike sneakers around the house, but you may not be aware that the brand famous for its Swoosh was not always known as Nike. Bill Bowerman, who was the legendary Phil Knight's (you know, the Shoe Dog author and Nike co-founder) coach at the University of Oregon, started the label as Blue Ribbon Sports in 1964. 

The shoe brand went on to expand and become one of the best sneaker brand in the world. Without further ado, let us share with you some of the best Nike shoes that you can buy right now after winning that online casinos for real money jackpot. 

NIKE AIR FORCE 1 07

The Air Force 1 was revived in 2007, and has since become one of Nike's most popular designs. The current version keeps all of the greatest features of the traditional trainer – lightweight cushioning, a padded collar, and solid rubber soles. But the pebble-effect leather adds a stylish update that works on and off the court.

NIKE AIR MAX TAILWIND V SP

The fifth instalment in the new Tailwind series pays homage to the early 2000s. The shoe's original colourway – navy blue and white – is revived, and the quilted upper is retained for lightweight durability. Air bubbles in the sole add cushioning, while black details on the tongue, heel, and sole complete the look.

NIKE SPACE HIPPIE 04

Nike's ambition to reduce carbon emissions by 30% across its global supply chain by 2030 – and ultimately to become a zero-carbon and zero-waste company – is reflected in the Space Hippie 04s, which are made with 25%, recycled materials. The Flyknit top is elastic and secure, while the Crater Foam sole is constructed of Nike Grind (which is derived from pre-consumer manufacturing waste).

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