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Air Jordans shoes:
The dream team of basketball legend, Michael Jordan, and iconic sneaker designer, Tinker Hatfield, sparked the most prolific signature basketball shoe line: Air Jordans. Initially sold with the Nike swoosh, Jordans began sporting the iconic Jumpman logo and basketball sneaker culture was never the same. From the Air Jordan 1 to the latest Air Jordan XX9, Air Jordan retro sneakers bring back each season, playoff, and championship.
Nike Roshe shoes:
Inspired by Zen simplicity, the original Nike Roshe Run was aptly named after the title of a Zen master, or Roshi. Introduced in 2011 by rookie Nike designer, Dylan Raasch, and Nike Sportswear, the Roshe sneaker bridged the gap between running and casual wear. Rooted in a essential minimalism, this casual shoe sports quarter support, heel support, and some cushioning. Raasch made the outsole resemble garden stepping stones, the insole look like a freshly raked Zen rock garden, and topped with enough versatility to rock with or without socks. As of 2015, the newly named Nike Roshe One is a simple shoe that is not simplistic by any means.
Just like fans make the sports team, fan gear makes the sports fan. Whether you cheer for a team in the NFL, NBA, MLB, MLS, or college/NCAA, you can't start off the season without the proper sports apparel and gear. We've got fans covered from football and basketball in the fall to baseball, soccer, and college basketball in the spring. Finish Line all the official licensed gear and sports team merchandise, from team jerseys, sports sweatshirts, fan t-shirts, shorts, hats, and more. You'll be ready to root, no matter if it's up in the stands, down in the dugout, or right by the courts and fields.
Running shoes were some of the first athletic shoes created solely for a specific sport. Today, there's a running shoe for every type of runner, running, and even gait. If you want to rack up the miles and break your own personal records, check out some of the top running models from the big brands like Nike, adidas, and Under Armour to the specialty running brands like Asics, Brooks, and Mizuno. From your first 5k to the next marathon you're training for, the best running shoes can get you to the finish line.