Colin Kaepernick isn’t playing in the NFL, but that isn’t hurting his endorsement deal. His latest Nike shoe release was an instant sell out.
Many find the flag an offensive representation of a time when millions of Black Americans were enslaved.
According to reports, Beyoncé also met with Under Armour, the Air Jordan people at Nike, and Reebok, but she didn’t like Reebok’s lack of diversity so she left the meeting.
An unidentified cheerleader on the San Francisco 49ers squad kneeled during the national anthem during her team’s Thursday night game against the Oakland Raiders.
There are a number of “Tinker” Air Jordans in the works, some of which are inspired by another classic Nike sneaker.
A small private college in Missouri says it will end its use of uniforms containing the Nike logo due to the athletic brand’s decision to select Colin Kaepernick as the face of its “Just do it”.
Apex Marketing Group reports the polarizing ad resulted in more than $43 million worth of media exposure gained within the first 24 hours.
Nike went all in with Colin Kaepernick, racist bigots be damned, and it’s a beautiful thing.
Outrage over Nike’s decision to make Colin Kaepernick the face of its new ad campaign has prompted some to protest by destroying their Nike products.
Colin Kapernick has signed a new deal with Nike to become the face of the “Just Do It” 30th anniversary campaign.