The Nike Cortez was Bill Bowerman's first masterpiece, built to be lighter and more weatherproof than any other shoe. In 1972, it put unprecedented cushioning under the fastest feet in the running world and quickly became the most popular training shoe in the country. It was an unmistakable icon—a walking billboard that told your story and declared your affiliation—and came to thrive with fierce style on the streets of Los Angeles. Since then, no shoe has expanded the definition of a running shoe quite like the Nike Cortez.
Pattern consists of parallel zigzag lines. Provides excellent grip in all directions when it comes to a quick stop, start or turn off. Mostly used for basketball and tennis shoes intended.
Lightweight and breathable
Of nylon or polyester fiber
Knitted or woven in a variety of patterns
Grid eyes are bigger or smaller, they allow air to move
The excellent air permeability commonly used for making shoes for athletes
Cloth dampened with cold water with a little soap, gently clean the surface.
Clean immediately after wearing, long dirt absorbent.
Allow the surface to dry naturally.
Do not soak in water!
Do not wash with a washing machine and put in the hot-air dryers!
Do not tumble draining!