The Nike logo has a long and storied history of becoming a major part of sports apparel.
In the 1970s, the iconic logo was used by the NBA to mark its games.
Nike was known for its sleek, futuristic designs, and the logo itself was often used to symbolize Nike’s iconic Nike Air Air Force 1.
Today, the Nike logo is used for more than just athletic apparel, and in the first two years of 2017, the brand has released a brand-wide refresh with brand new logo design for all sports apparel products.
The Nike logo was designed by the brand’s creative team, which includes former Nike VP Tom Goss, former Nike Senior Vice President and Brand Director David Breslow, and Nike Design Chief Brand Officer Tom McIlroy.
“This is a really important year for us to change the way we design sports apparel and we wanted to take the next step in the process,” McIlroysaid in a statement.
“The Nike brand has a rich history of embracing technology and creating a global, high-quality brand.
We are excited to share with our fans the latest in the brand and its future with Nike Sportswears.”
The logo has become an iconic element in the sports apparel industry, and it is no surprise that Nike is releasing a new set of logos.
The first new Nike Sport Swatch product is the Nike Zoom Boost, a sneaker that sports a Nike logo on the heel and a Nike Zoom logo on both the tongue and heel.
As a sneek, the shoe features a subtle, retro-inspired Nike Zoom color scheme, as well as a pair of Nike Air Force 2 running midsole rubber.
In addition, the sneaker features a design that’s similar to the Nike Air Zoom branding on Nike Air Max X, which debuted back in 2016.
On the tongue, Nike Zoom is shown on the tongueband, with a Nike Air Boost logo on each side of the tongue.
Finally, on the heels, Nike has the Zoom Boost logo appear on the back of the heel.