Back in Time with Nike’s Vintage Shoes






  • Nike Shoes
  • Air Jordans
  • Air Force 1 Shoes
  • Adidas Shoes
  • Jordan Sneakers
  • Air Max Shoes
  • Converse Shoes
  • Reebok Shoes
  • Vans Shoes
  • Puma Shoes
  • Basketball Shoes
  • Retro Shoes

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    I swore off the Nike Cortez and other recent remakes by Nike after owning a pair of the Air Cortez about five years ago. I did not care for the updates made on the Cortez and other vintage shoes in Nike’s effort to capitalize on the trend toward clean style and leather. I know that designs and technology have advanced since the 1970s and 1980s but I have a pair of shoes for running already. I want the old school Nikes just to wear around without worrying about keeping my shoes clean.

    The release of a slew of Nike classics like the Cortez and the Elite this fall shows that this formidable shoe giant is responsive. They must have heard my desire for the yellowed laces and outsoles of these classics as I cursed the natural yellowing of my new pair of Air Cortez. The vintage shoes made by Nike combine the subdued colors like crimson and Kelly green with the comfort that will keep you strolling along.  


  • Nike Shoes
  • Air Jordans
  • Air Force 1 Shoes
  • Adidas Shoes
  • Jordan Sneakers
  • Air Max Shoes
  • Converse Shoes
  • Reebok Shoes
  • Vans Shoes
  • Puma Shoes
  • Basketball Shoes
  • Retro Shoes






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    1 Comments

    1. aye yo fred says:

      these are dope. most of the vintage remakes that are coming out are pretty legit. id cop some pairs

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