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"Blazer" - Spring 2006 - The new Zoom Blazer was inspired by one of the most iconic basketball shoes ever, the Blazer from the early 70's. Steeped in both Nike history and hoops lore of the day, the shoe demanded a redesign faithful to the original. For 2006, most of the original's iconic details survive; the updates new elements have the female metro consumer in mind. The Nike Blazer brings the innovations of the past back to the present. Part of the Sport Exotic collection.
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"Sprint Sister"- HO' 2005 - In 1979, Nike launched its first short to middle distance track spike specifically designed for women. It was both ahead of its time, and a long time coming. The 2005 version pays tribute to this unique and defining shoe for female athletes. The 2005 Sprint Sister uses a new last inspired by the original shoe, focusing on shape and fit, and engineered to meet the demands of 21st century living. Part of the Sport Exotic collection.
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"Sprint Sister"- HO' 2005 - In 1979, Nike launched its first short to middle distance track spike specifically designed for women. It was both ahead of its time, and a long time coming. The 2005 version pays tribute to this unique and defining shoe for female athletes. The 2005 Sprint Sister uses a new last inspired by the original shoe, focusing on shape and fit, and engineered to meet the demands of 21st century living. Part of the Sport Exotic collection.
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"Sprint Sister"- HO' 2005 - In 1979, Nike launched its first short to middle distance track spike specifically designed for women. It was both ahead of its time, and a long time coming. The 2005 version pays tribute to this unique and defining shoe for female athletes. The 2005 Sprint Sister uses a new last inspired by the original shoe, focusing on shape and fit, and engineered to meet the demands of 21st century living. Part of the Sport Exotic collection.
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LE "78th Oscar Sprint Sister" - This was a limited edition Sprint Sister that we did for the 78th annual Oscars.

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