The Nike Cortez was Bill Bowerman's first masterpiece, built to be lighter and more weatherproof than any other shoe. In 1972, it put unprecedented cushioning under the fastest feet in the running world and quickly became the most popular training shoe in the country. It was an unmistakable icon—a walking billboard that told your story and declared your affiliation—and came to thrive with fierce style on the streets of Los Angeles. Since then, no shoe has expanded the definition of a running shoe quite like the Nike Cortez.
Pattern consists of parallel zigzag lines. Provides excellent grip in all directions when it comes to a quick stop, start or turn off. Mostly used for basketball and tennis shoes intended.
Rough / polished surface
Durable, comfortable, durable and breathable
Adapts to the foot shape, but in the long run loose fit
Identification of the rough surface and rough edges (cut the skin)
If wet mud is on the shoes, let them get dry and clean away the mud.
Use cleaning tools only of certificated brands, specialized only for suede: erasers, brushes, sponges. Shoes have to be dry - it is very important.
Do not dry shoes on the radiator and other heating devices. Put crease peace of paper and let dry naturally: do not use dark paper for light colour shoes.
It is recommended to avoid wet weather conditions.
Impregnate shoes properly. Three times for the new one, in order to protect shoes from the water. Later it is recommended to impregnate shoes every day before using shoes. Use cleaning tools only of certificated brands and specialized only for suede.
Putvinskio st. 50A,
Laisves al. 99,