We’re in love with this Nike indigenous inspired collab. Nike is known for their many collaborations with other strong brands such as Pendleton and The North Face. Love seeing them shine a light on the indigenous culture.
The Nike N7 Collection originates from the same communities that shaped Indigenous beacons Sam McCracken, Brooke Simpson, and Madison Hammond, who hail from the Fort Peck Assiniboine and Sioux Tribes, Haliwa-Saponi Tribe, and Navajo and San Felipe Pueblo. This collection honors the athletes, creators, and cultural game-changers of the seven generations.
Product textures pay homage to the Indigenous defense of Mother Earth’s biodiversity, with materials like natural fibers and cork. While McCracken, Simpson, and Hammond honor the land that holds their roots, they break new ground and ignite inspiration and develop their legacies for generations to come.
Looking to wisdom to influence design. Made from at least 20% recycled materials by weight, the Nike Air Force 1 Low N7 celebrates the proud history of Native Americans and Indigenous peoples. Its intricately woven side panels honors Native basket making while other details are inspired by the craft of basketry.
Nike Free Crater Trail Moc N7 (bottom left) – $150
Looking to Indigenous wisdom to influence design. The Nike Free Crater Trail Moc N7 celebrates the proud history of Native Americans and Indigenous communities. Its intricately woven design honors Native basket making. Suede leather adds a premium touch while the unique lacing system adds stability to the traditional moc design.
This hoodie combines classic style with the soft comfort of fleece. Graphics show your support for N7, a program created to help advance youth sports opportunities within Native American and Indigenous communities.
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