lace-up hi-top sneakers
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American sportswear giant Nike was originally founded in 1964 under the handle Blue Ribbon Sports by Bill Bowerman and Phil Knight, later taking on the Nike appellation in 1971. Named after the Greek goddess of victory, Nike’s signature swoosh logo is considered to be one of the most iconic, adorned across the label’s clothing, footwear and accessories. These electric blue suede lace-up hi-top sneakers from Nike feature a round toe, a lace-up front fastening, a logo patch at the tongue, a pull tab at the rear, a branded insole and a flat sole.
Designer colour: 401BLUE
Designer Style ID: 864024
Farfetch ID: 12749834
- Sole Composition
- Rubber 100%
- Outer Composition
- Polyester 100%
- Outer Composition
- Suede 100%
- Lining Composition
- Polyamide 100%
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Import duties information
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Delivery duties are not included in the item price when shipping to all other countries. This means you may be liable to pay import duties on receipt of your order.
One of the world’s great sportswear brands, Nike produces tens of thousands of pairs of sports shoes each year. Conceived in 1962 by Bill Bowerman and Philip Knight, the actual name Nike followed in 1978. The brand’s trademark ‘tick’ or ‘swoosh’ is now instantly recognisable the world over. The label constantly innovates on new designs and reissues its classic ones - in doing so, Nike has developed a cult following.