Nike Total Orange Running Shoes
Here it is the main news of this fall. Sports brand Nike Air presents the most anticipated novelty of the season for its running line of sneakers. A truly amazing design and an impressive price awaits fans of the new one. For those who want to update their autumn wardrobe, this pair of running shoes is perfect. The top of the sneakers is made of high strength nylon fabric.
The fabric has an excellent and rather unusual quilted design for sports sneakers. The Nike Air Footscape Motion running shoe model is available in two colors. Continue reading
10 FACTS ABOUT SHOES. Did you know that …?
Sneakers, or so-called sneakers, have become a necessary part of our life, and for a long time not only sports. Especially after designers and stylists around the world entered into a fashion conspiracy and allowed to combine cross-country with skirts, dresses and coats, as well as, if it is about men, with elegant suits, shirts and trousers. We decided to find interesting facts about sneakers and share with you. So, let’s get started? Did you know that …
1. The founders of the brands Puma and Adidas are actually siblings
At first they worked together in a shoe factory, which they named by their surname Dassler Brothers, which was soon renamed Adidas (one of the brothers was called Adi Dassler). In 1948, the brothers parted ways, they terribly quarreled. So at a distance of only a couple of hundred meters from each other, two sports giants, Adidas and Puma, began to work and flourish. Continue reading
History and interesting facts about sneakers that no one knew
The history of this shoe dates back to the end of the 18th century, when shoes with rubber soles were made. Then they were called canvas shoes, they were very rough and quite primitive, while they were not divided into right and left legs. Already in 1895, Joseph William Foster developed the first model of sports shoes with spikes in England, and in 1892 the American Rubber Company created more comfortable shoes with rubber soles and textile upper. This model received the so-called name “sneakers”. By 1917, these shoes began to be mass-produced under the name “sneakers,” since the man in their shoes walked so quietly that he could go unnoticed to anyone.
Now that sneakers as a type of shoe have gained worldwide popularity, we can assume that there are many interesting facts that no one knows about, now we will tell some of them. Continue reading