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Nike Corporate Office Address

Nike, Inc.
1 Bowerman Dr
Beaverton, OR 97005

Contact Nike

Phone Number: (503) 671-6453
Fax Number: (503) 671-6300
Email: Email Nike

Nike Facts

Date Founded:
Founding Location:
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Nike Executives

CEO: Mark G. Parker
CFO: Donald W. Blair
COO: Gary M. DeStefano

Nike History

Nike was founded in 1964 by University of Oregon track athlete Philip Knight and his coach, Bill Bowerman.  The company was originally called Blue Ribbon Sports and began as a distributor for Asics.

In 1966, BRS opened its first retail outlet in Santa Monica, California.

In 1971, the company began selling its own line of footwear.  The shoes had a distinctive swoosh on the side.  The swoosh was trademarked in 1974.

In 1978, the company became Nike, Inc.

By 1980, the company had attained a 50% share of the athletic shoe market.  The company went public.

In 1988, the company acquired Cole Haan.  Cole Haan was sold in 2013.

In 1994, Bauer Hockey was acquired.

In 2002, the company acquired the Hurley Surf Company.

In 2003, Converse was acquired, followed by Starter and Umbro in 2004.  Umbro was eventually sold in 2012.

In 2004, Phil Knight retired as CEO.  He was replaced by William Perez.

Today, Nike is one of the largest suppliers of athletic footwear and apparel in the world.


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Joy Hsiao December 27, 2017 at 3:39 am

I have a new product design for sockliner, it can be used on any kind of shoes, this product is suitable for people of all ages.

Can NIKE Company give an opportunity for this product design ?

Thanks & Best Regars,
Joy Hsiao


Elizabeth Brunson December 13, 2017 at 2:14 pm

Good Day, I submitted my Resume online for three job openings for Operational Manager in the Memphis TN area. I would like an update on my application.
I have been in the retail business since 1986. I have been managing people since 1996. Though this would be a new field for me, I am confident that I can bring the results that you request.
You can send me the HR contact number if that would be better.
Please let me know if you received my application and have reviewed.
Thank you,
Elizabeth Brunson, 901-827-XXXX


sharee September 26, 2017 at 5:02 am

Hi. so I am a single mother of 7 kids 5 which are in school . The last two years I have been unable to buy my kids school shoes or supplies due to financial difficulties. This year didn’t start off to great either but I finally was able to purchase my children named brand shoes. My son, his name is eli he is 7 years old . He got bullied last year because of his shoes. So you can only imagine how stoked he was to have a pair of brand new nikes. well the new shoes I bought him at the mall they are grey and white they have the velcroe strap that straps over the laces. Well my complain is it wasn’t 2 days after I purchased the shoes they stoped staying straped. the strap just flaps everywhere trips him and the kids are picking on him about them . He doesn’t have any other pair of shoes those are it. I am completely straped on funds . there is no way I could buy him more. I couldn’t return them because my father had unexpected emergency heart surgery. I couldn’t leave the hospital hes all the family I have and I am all he has and the kids. My father actuallyf died three times and was resuscitated and is finally out of the hospital and doing well right now . I am paying for his perscriptions and just one of those was $435 . I am literally on the titanic. I emailed ceo of nike and to my surprise not a single response so maybe everyone may think I am being ridiculous but for me and my seven kids these shoes was are very important and was our new beginning in new shoes on our way to a good school year this year feeling and looking good and my poor guy eli is now not wanting to go to school because kids are so mean now adays please if someone could help or lead me in the right direction. thanks


Nike- Anti american September 25, 2017 at 10:58 pm

Nike, for you to support the players over our vets/patriots that stood for our flag. I can assure you my family will never buy your product, even if you apologize. Yes, if I see anyone with your gear on I will highlight “anti-american”.

Thanks for saving me a lot of money by not purchasing your gear.


Maria September 6, 2017 at 1:03 pm



shirley Taft August 28, 2017 at 12:55 am

I have twin grandchildren who will be three in about a week. They check their clothes and shoes to make sure they are Nike otherwise they will not wear them. I believe they are your youngest consumers who choose to wear nothing but Nike just like their big sisters.


Rosa July 7, 2017 at 5:11 am

Walked off my job at Nike, Shelby drive and Tuggle location. I loved what I did! Got tired of being called the white one. Have over heard upper management say such things as eventually we will get rid of all the white folks. Got over looked on positions! Terrible terrible people! Was through Simos temp services. The worst racist are in sports balls! Regina, Mrs Woods and Simos supervisors do not want anyone white in there! Now that I’m gone they only have 1 white one left to get rid of!


Maria September 6, 2017 at 1:11 pm



Jake b March 11, 2017 at 3:08 am

Why should I pay 15-25 dollars for 2 day-NEXT DAY shipping when it still takes a week?????? @NIKE


Nick asmo January 21, 2017 at 7:20 am


My name is nick asmo and a huge fan of Nike. I always purchase three of the same shoes when I buy a pair of Nike shoes. However, the set I purchased in the last year all three pairs had the same issue and the anterior top portion has ripped where my toes go. As a result, I cannot wear them. They are my favorite most comfortable shoes but they all ripped by the toe within a month of wearing them. Is there any way of getting a credit or a new pair of shoes similar to the ones I love that fell apart way to early. Please let me know your thoughts and I appreciate your consideration. Thank you


Katie Wilcox September 11, 2017 at 3:24 pm

My young children scrapped their money together to make sure that I had a nice birthday gift in July. They bought me the new model of the Nike flip flops. They have already broken. I’m very disappointed and sad and they are very upset that they tried so hard and put so much effort into this gift to be so let down. Everyone in my family wears Nike tennis shoes. We have always been satisfied up until this point. I would like to know if your products have a guarantee or warranty?


Brad Thomas December 23, 2016 at 11:00 am

Hello. I wore Jack Purcell sneakers back in the 70’s, while growing up in Baltimore. I’ve been requesting (for years) that Converse, now Nike, produce Jack Purcell sneakers true to the original design. I’ve attached a link for a photo of an original pair of Jack Purcell sneakers. I wear a size 15. Please, please, please offer the Jack Purcell line in the original design AND in sizes larger than 13. Thanks!


Ashlee frazier November 4, 2016 at 2:25 pm

I am a runner and so is my 7 year old daughter. We love your product but I wish your girls sizes for my kid had black bottoms instead of white… a Nike free run with black bottoms instead of the the thick solid white would be appreciated.


stephen trott October 17, 2016 at 6:30 am

A very frustrated but loyal customer.
We live in Malaysia and buy a large amount of Nike sports shoes for our 2 talented sons. This year alone we have spent 1500 USD. Our sons are agegroup champions at Triathlon and distance running. They are Nike mad and have spikes, basketball shoes, football trainers and boots, running trainers and racing shoes. Only Nike is good enough!
They are role models for the international school kids who aspire to achieve what they have done.
I have written to Nike for assistance without reply. Indeed contacting Nike Malaysia is very difficult. No email, wrong phone numbers, wrong address etc. I think Nike do not want to be found! I really think that at least the international contact information should be kept up to date!
Our teenage boys are forever outgrowing their Nike shoes and frankly we would like to speak to someone to see if there are opportunities for sponsorship.
Would be grateful for any feedback.
Than you


Joanne September 18, 2016 at 5:54 pm

I’m so disappointed in the shoes I bought it don’t buy cheap shoes because I am on my feet all day long and the shoes I bought the toes *rubber* is peeling off! What a huge disappointed this shoe is… time to change shoe companys


Debbie Dial September 7, 2016 at 10:16 pm

On September 6,2016 I was on vacation visiting your store at 20 city Blvd, space 617 in Orange, California when a metal plate from your light fixture fell from your ceiling and hit my head. Unfortunately I am still having headaches and need the claim number. The store employee indicated that someone would contact me And also provide me with the incident report and pictures.
Debbie Dial

Sent from my iPad


becky July 12, 2016 at 9:27 am

I bought my oldest son some Nike basketball shoes. He only wore them on the gym floor for just a few weeks then one of the shoes came apart!! 60.00 or more for shoes I would think they would last longer, not buying from Nike no more and they used to get all my business for all 3 of my kids.


Jonathon Pokrzywnicki May 26, 2016 at 4:47 pm

I purchased Nike interchange s sunglasses a while back. I like the glasses. They are sunglasses that are marketed towards the lenses being interchangeable. However, when trying to find replacement lenses Nike transfers you to a company called Marshawn eyewear. They simply tell you that the frames are an older model and they don’t make the lenses anymore. What is the sense of spending hard earned money on Nike “interchangeable ” frames if Nike is just not going to back up their product? Will be buying other athletic apparel and sporting equipment for myself and my kids from now on.


JAYESH MANDORE April 20, 2016 at 3:00 am

I have made a purchase of shoe for my friend from your Nike store J.M Road, Pune, India on dated 09-02-2016, as i have made a purchase of this shoe to give him a gift, but unfortunately my friend has met an accident and he got dead in that accident, so i was unable to use that shoe for my self too, now i was looking for a exchange of the product at your store located @ Dev arcade mall, S.G Road, Ahmedabad, India but the store has denied to change that product, as they are saying that the product can’t get exchange at factory outlet, than i contacted your customer care on mail and contacted on phone too, now the customer care is saying me that i will get the exchange against the shoe which i have purchased but will not get the discount as the shoe which i am selecting is on discount now in the store against the shoe which i have bought in full MRP not in discount. So please help me out, as i am your regular customer and using the product from last 12 years.


CSM(R) Angel J Ramos December 13, 2015 at 5:04 pm

Good afternoon,

I’m a retired Command Sergeant Major from the US Army with 29 years of service. While watching the Army/Navy game yesterday I fell in love with the Army helmets with the branch insignia on them. I retired in 2013 and served my entire career in the Signal Corps. I’m writing this in hopes that I can potentially purchase a replica helmet that was used in the 2015 Army/Navy game. I would even be willing to pay for an actual helmet as well, Signal Corps of course. Is this even possible? I can tell you that you would have the entire Army interested in buying this helmet to place in their work place or in their hobby room. Thank you.


Peter Willem December 1, 2015 at 2:36 pm

I like wearing Nike sneakers when I can find them in my size I found Nike sneakers that fit I wear in 5 1/2 wide in the famous shoe store I bought three pair that fit me perfectly go back there a few months later take out a 5 1/2 wide which was on the sticker on the box and inside the F5 been a hat’s not 5 1/2 wide I tried to call your company and explain this to them but seems like no one wanted to listen so I’m just letting someone know that your customer service isn’t what it’s cracked up to be they took down my telephone number I hope somebody calls me to to help me out with this problem I tried to explain to him what the trouble was and they didn’t seem to want to listen they have their own agenda thank you


Janine ramos May 4, 2016 at 9:03 pm

I went to go buy nike shoes which that is the only shoes i buy. But now in any nike shoes i like i can not get any shoes in wide withe. I wear 7 1/2 wide no luck in any shoe store. I am tired of buying the same shoe all the time. People do have wide feet sad can’t find any . Well i guess i have to switch to a different brand.


Skyler Ten... November 5, 2015 at 7:24 pm

II do not have a complaint to write, yet II have had some similar situations of My own with Nike. Yet II have an investment opportunity for of course Nike to grow, but in a way that will impact Youth, in way unheard of using methods in which competitors would wish they had. Involving able Veterans, with the Veteran Affairs full backing once in place. II am not asking for a financial handout, II am asking for You and necessary team members to listen and read over entire plan. It is an all around positive for all involved, negative thoughts need not respond.
Thank You for Your time in reading this, have a blessed day.

Skyler Ten…


Tom October 30, 2015 at 4:41 pm

To Nike Corp
Nikelabs and Nike online

My names is Thomas MacNeill. I am legally blind and is contacting you as A very frustrated and disappointed would be customer.

Nike on oct 30th at 10am PT 1pm EST. NIKELABS release the Nikelabs bruin leather style number 826670-106. I called into Nike.comes customer service number at 12:15pm est and 12:57pm est to the 1 (800) 806-6453 for assistance in making me order for thrse shore and was told they has already been sold out at 10am and I was on the line with 3 and half minute before doing intake then they went to place my order at 10:01 am pt. At this time a family member was on the Nike labs webpage tying get me them for my birthday I found out. when they was watching the countdown clock reached zero clicked and added to cart and was prompted with it was out of stock at 10:00 3 secs . They tried every size and the same promp came up, so There’s no humanly way possible would anyone be able to add and checkout products that fast other then marvels superhero the flash. As they tried every size available that wasn’t Grayed out and unable to click that was were put into cart and still was prompt with it being sold out even though it showed size was available and not Grayed out and unclickable.

I feel there was unfair practices taking please here ans that being animated buying techniques at the time of this launch. There must of been Some kind of robotic buying technique in order for all these shoes to sold out and not done buy the The actual public. On Nikelabs Twitter numoresss reports of people not being able to buy and sold out prompts in the same time frame support this. I think your company should be ashamed to hype a release then give false hope to the regular public and real interested customers opportunities to purchase instead Nike allows the advantage to those who take advantage of your real and loyal customers Who are give you their time waiting at lines in front of computers and other devices that was ready to hand over their hard earned money to your company, but didn’t give me or anyone in the mass public a real chance to acquire this product. In how I feel this being unfair buying techniques that me and other real interested customers feel. I also feel Maybe That your company never made these quantities available. Or that there was some kind of glitch with the website. If that was true this shoe collection launch was set up to fail and was mishandled by Nikelabs Nikelabs Twitter and and Nike.come/Nikelabs. They all disrespected those who were willing to hand over their hard earn money to your company but was turned away for those who will but then on auction sites that will make them Only available at dishonest Prices.


herbie September 10, 2015 at 12:00 am

I went to Nike Outlet, Vancouver Airport and bought some sports T-shirts & pants today. When I went to cashier, a part-time staff forced to pull the pants out from he hangers. I saw him doing like that , I then told him don’t do it like that. He didn’t response me and continue forcing to pull the collars of those T-shirt out from he top of the hangers. I told him that you’ll make the clothes deformed. Customers would not buy if the shape of the collar is not good. A lady had just passed by right behind him at that time. I then asked the lady if she could speak Chinese or not. The lady asked me that what kind of Chinese. I told her Cantonese. She said OK. I told the lady what the problem was. The lady then asked me that didn’t you want it or not. I told her that it is not the point I want it or not. It was about the part-time staff handle the merchandise for customers not properly. She then just said OK and walked away.

As one of the most popular and famous brand of products, is the reaction of the lady like that? What kind of customer services you provided? Are the customers first? That lady is one of the managers in that outlet. She is in what manner to treat customers! Originally, I want her to tell the part-time staff about his mistake. At last, she laughed and spoke to her subordinates loudly and asked her subordinates that her attitudes has problems and is not polite. Her subordinates replied “no” and laughed again. She even shouted and told me that she’s Canadian. Here is Canada.

The lady might be Canadian borned Chinese with Chinese look and can speak Cantonese. She did not need to do it like that. As a manager, can she handle cases with customers like this?

Finally, I knew she is one of the managers, Joyce Ko, in that outlet.

She is in what manner to treat customers? With her attitudes, I felt offended. Please look into this matter and avoid the similar case happened again.

Thank you for your kind attention to this matter. I am looking forward to hearing from you soon.

P.S. Joyce had asked me where did I come from, I told her that I am from Hong Kong. At the end, I had walked out from the shop, she was yelling at me loudly to take care. I am not a walking properly person.


Joseph Mastrangelo September 9, 2015 at 9:06 am

Absolute worst customer service experience I’ve encountered in 46 years! Recently ordered a pair of $275 soccer cleats for my son’s 13th b’day. A Nike shoebox arrived last night and in it we found a pair of filthy, worn, broken and disgustingly odorous cleats – WOW – REALLY??? After waiting on hold for 30 minutes, customer service offered to replace the cleats, and 20% off on my NEXT purchase. Are they smoking crack???
Here’s Nike’s own Consumer Affairs Mission: “To represent the highest service standard within and beyond our industry, building loyal consumer relationships around the world.”
Guess what Nike? If this is the best you can do, I’m going to make you famous with ALL of my Facebook friends and every family on our son’s travel soccer club. You should be ashamed of yourselves!!!


Bernard Green August 14, 2015 at 4:37 pm

I am 45 years old and have been wearing Nike shoes and apparel faithfully since I was a pre-teen. Adidas, Reebok, Fila, Asics, etc. have all fallen off the map at some point in my life… But Nike has always held strong. As everyone knows, ADIDAS stands for “All Day I Dream About Soccer/Sports”. Do you have a slogan or has anyone submitted a slogan for what Nike stands for/could stand for?


Peter garcia July 27, 2015 at 12:55 am

Agree with Dawn. I’m puking because I just dropped $120 toward the murder and dismemberment of our American unborn. On the practical side, super bad business practices to kill off your potential customers.



Dawn July 23, 2015 at 12:06 am

Why would you bother to make infant or children shoes?
With the way you dump money into Planned Parenthood –the worst
oxymoron ever!!!! It should be Planned Infanticide,
sick of the lies everyone is fed about women’s health…..
do you ever wonder about the ‘health’ of every little girl sucked out
of the womb, or cut up into pieces denied life because
of human selfishness. Companies like you make me
sick as you talk about sustainability….puking. How about
sustain life???


JON August 10, 2015 at 9:34 am



Art Watson July 17, 2015 at 6:31 pm

I purchased a pair of rare Jordan Flight Runner golf shoes from a third party on line.(Nike Incident #150710-013186) I usually wear a 10 but when I received the shoes, I needed a half size larger. The shoes came with a return slip, so I returned them for resize using the return paperwork.

I sent them using UPS and the tracking number indicated that the box containing my shoes was delivered to the Nike warehouse as per instructions. After not hearing from Nike regarding my shoes I contacted Nike through their website and they advised me that first they hadn’t received my shoes. When pressed and I supplied the UPS tracking #, the story was changed to any unauthorized returns returned to the Nike warehouse were destroyed.

That’s crazy, how hard would it have been to just return my shoes explaining that they could honor my request. Instead, I was advised that they could not locate my shoes and they directed me to their management department.

Management advised me that because they couldn’t return my shoes, they would be sending me a gift card. That is totally unacceptable. Someone at that Nike warehouse now has a pair of rare Jordan golf shoes at my expense. My shoes were delivered to Nike and then they just disappeared. I cannot imagine that someone at Nike would destroy those shoes instead of returning them to their rightful owner.

I would not have expected this behavior from a company like Nike. Can anyone look into my complaint using the listed incident number and try to ascertain what happened to my shoes and whether it is Nike corporate policy to just confiscate and/or destroy returns because they were deemed, “unauthorized”.

Please use my email address for correspondence, Thank you for your anticipated cooperation in this matter.


dd July 9, 2015 at 5:17 pm

I was hoping to find a way to get a hold of Tinker Hatfield. I know it’s a far-fetched desire for me to get any answer from anyone anywhere, but thought I’d give this a try. Earlier this year, my husband’s sneaker collection was stolen from our 24-hour surveillance, indoor, temperature-controlled U-Haul storage unit. His collection was worth over $25,000 containing deadstock Air Jordans, Lebrons, Kobes, Zoom Rookies, Air Pennys, Air Max, etc – some were exclusives of Sole Collector, NBA 2K, All-Star editions, etc. But one piece was his ultimate grail – 2011 Nike Air Mags in size 12. They were won via the charity auction and we still have the shipping box, which it was neatly stored in all these years. The culprits took everything, every single pair leaving just the shelving unit and the Air Mag shipping box. Needless to say, walking into our unit and seeing the emptiness of everything that my husband worked hard for and collected over the past 10 years, was an absolute nightmare. I felt dizzy and sick and I couldn’t breath, I couldn’t believe what I was experiencing and all the heartache I knew would come in the next few months. It was an overwhelming ordeal trying to work with U-Haul, insurance and the police department. No one wanted to spend the time viewing the surveillance tapes and after nearly a month, was given the surveillance footage to review them ourselves since no one seemed to have the time do so. Fast forward 3 months, the insurance company only paid out $5,000. The Air Mags alone were worth more than that – this was a devastating hit, but we really needed to get away from all the turmoil and negativity. I tried procuring help with a GoFundMe campaign and was unsuccessful with raising anything. Now at 6 months out, the pain and suffering still lingers and I cope with a depressed spouse which in turn makes me depressed as well. It’s hard to move on from the loss, the sentimental value that the Air Mags had – a void that I so desperately want to find a way to fill for my husband. I wish there was a way to find where that pair ended up and just get them back for him. I want to make it right again and I wish every day that I would find that glimmer of hope. Thank you for taking the time to read.


Nathan Sauseda April 20, 2015 at 11:53 am

Nathan Sauseda
1206 NW Leopard Ln.
Bentonville, AR 72712

Friday, April 17, 2015

General Audience

To all whom it may concern:

As a concerned citizen of the United States of America, I am writing to whom it may concern for an appeal to all businesses, corporations, organizations, and associations that use or support slavery by buying goods or services from groups that are slave based. Slavery takes away basic human rights and desires, such as imagination, knowledge, and even freedom.
My first point is that slavery can take away peoples imagination and turn them into a simple machine with no thought for themselves. In this case there is a little boy, who sees a school and thinks it’s heaven, “I had never thought there would be something like this.” he stated as he was interviewed. He didn’t have the imagination to even think about something so big or great. Without imagination you cannot be whole, imagine a world with nothing but big grey buildings all exactly alike. The world wouldn’t be what it is today without imagination.
Additionally, knowledge is something that has driven the human race to explore beyond what anyone could even comprehend .Our craving for knowledge, arguably, is what has pushed us and placed us above and beyond to build communities and cites with buildings that touch the clouds. Yet slavery takes that away, a young kid at a cocoa farm in the Ivory Coast doesn’t even know his age! “He insists he is 16, but looks much younger.” Slavery is something that we should all fear and want to put an end to, but sadly most people aren’t even aware of the fact that it goes on in the world today.
My last, yet most important point, is simple…freedom. Do you know that feeling that feeling where you wake up and you open the window to feel the sunlight reflecting onto your skin, and a gentle breeze sliding across your face? When you hear the birds singing and you think “How great is it to be alive and well?” Do you think a slave can wake up and have that same feeling? Here a professor named Ted realizes that slavery hasn’t been put to an end. “There are millions of slaves in the world today, and I thought…No way! Just, no way!” For the average person, someone…in someplace…without freedom is something that is almost impossible to comprehend.
Slavery takes away basic human rights and desires, but if people open there eyes then we can put a stop to it.

Respectfully yours,
Nathan Sauseda


David Smith March 16, 2015 at 9:44 am

Hello, my name is David Smith!
I am a local artist of Colorado. I drew a phototype of a Nike bowling shoe. Or, which ever class. I want to show you, to see if you are interested in the picture, or design.
You can email me back at ene***

Thank You !
David Smith.


Keith Deloia February 1, 2015 at 11:34 am

Dear Sirs/Madams: I have been contacting you for seveal years in reference to Michelle Wie and Tiger Woods. They both are in the crossroads of their careers. Both have been wasting time looking for the TWO (and of course different) major keys they need that OBVIOUSLY I have the answers for. No one has ever studied golf keys like I have for more than 50 years. I have studied both of them since their college days and ALL the trials and frustrations of being inconsistent, especially now. All I need is two four hour sessions and two rounds of golf individually. I will not be playing, just coaching. It makes me very sad to see these two spectacular ICONS lost in their primes. Sincerely, Keith


Jon Vorholt February 5, 2015 at 12:07 pm

Hahahahahahahahahhahahahaha ^^ this fu**in guy… I’m sure you’re one on one sessions with tiger are gonna happen any day now.


Terrina McAfee January 30, 2015 at 1:12 pm

I purchased a pair of Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 31, 5 months ago. The special heel cup has become deformed and I am not able to wear them only after 5 months. I contacted Nike, sent them in for inspection and was told normal wear and tear, from excessive heat or water. I have never contacted Nike for a problem with any of their shoes until now. I am just blown away that I am being told it is my fault, that these shoes are not standing up to the Nike name..


Mimi Sharpe January 28, 2015 at 4:38 pm

I have worn and loved the Nike Eclipse sneaker for the past few years, but to my dismay they have changed them! Last year I bought the Eclipse herring bone sneaker and loved it! very comfortable, good arch support — wonderful to walk in, lightweight. Now Nike has changed it to more of a running shoe — which I don’t need — and has introduced the inset sock that really makes the shoe uncomfortable!!! And it’s mesh on top, which in the wintertime in Northern California, is not warm enough! Again — more a running shoe than a walking shoe. I tried on several different styles of Nike’s but each one had a less comfortable fit — not very good on the arch support area, awful fluorescent colors, too sloppy in the toe box area etc. I ended up buying Sketchers, which I don’t really like, but they at least hold my foot. Bring back the old Eclipse sneakers!!! Nike has enough running shoes and the only time I would run is if there is a fire on my butt. Don’t ruin a great fit and get rid of those horrible inset sock at the tongue of the shoe — they hurt!!!


Karida West January 17, 2015 at 9:23 pm

Hello Nike,
On January 3,2015 I bought my 12 year old son a pair of Chuckposite. The shoes cost $230.00. Today is January 17th, one of his shoe lace holder has broken. This happen sometime last week. It has only been 2 weeks, there should not be any malfunction in a $200.00 pair of sneakers within 2 weeks, especially one of this nature. He cannot lace up his shoe properly. I believe this to be a manufacturing problem. My son has had many of Nike products( Lebrons, previous Charles Barkley, and Jordans). He takes care of this shoes. I am a single parent. I work hard for my money. Not to throw it away on Nike expense. Can you please contact me with a resolution to this problem?


Judy Mantello January 5, 2015 at 10:51 pm




DeJuan Fuller December 25, 2014 at 3:28 am

Hello to all at Nike my name is DeJuan Fuller and I am a huge Nike fan. I have been wearing Nikes since i could walk Nike is my favorite brand I i just like all the shoe that are produced from Nike SB to Air Force ones, Dunks, Deion Sanders signature shoe the list goes on and on. As an athelete no question Nike was my choice of shoe on the court, the Kobe zoom 1 the Kobe Elite 9 and many more. I am currently finishing up my undergraduate degree at the University of Dubuque in Dubuque Iowa. My two passions in life would include sports and sneakers. I want to be a basketball coach but when asked what was my dream job it has been the same since 1st grade get at job with Nike. This email is my way of making that first step into where I would personally love to be because my passion for the Nike brand truely runs deep


Shelley Haynes December 18, 2014 at 9:36 am

Nike… My kids stood in several lines like the 7th in line in all the lines they stood injust to be turned around. The stores are giving away the tickets to people they know and that not fair to other people. At one location in Cleveland kids were trampled over and peppered spray by police that’s insane something need to happen before someone get hurt badly……….


jack silz December 17, 2014 at 8:55 pm

I went to take my dog outside for him to go to the bathroom and I noticed when I came inside that my right shoe was lower than my left one. my right air pocket busted. I just got these shoes not to long ago. my dad bought them for me for my birthday. my dad is no longer with us. he passed away. that is why these shoes mean so much to me. is there any way you can get me a new pair of these. these are what they look like. I would appreciate it. I didn’t step on any rocks or anything. thank you. could use please write me back. thanks again.


john December 17, 2014 at 9:50 am

Your shopping experience sucks. Your online stores are crap. And the worst part is your shoes arent even made in america instead from slave labor in other countries. ANY respectable american would NOT buy your products but they will because there morons…….


gary November 30, 2014 at 7:26 pm

Just thought you should know there is a company out there using your “just do it” slogan. The company is Le-Vel. Promoters of their product “thrive” are using “just do it” to try and lure customers. Please crush them.


Craig Carda November 22, 2014 at 12:49 pm

Dear nike, I used to love your shoes and your motto, “Just do it! ” I get technology, manufacturing and endorsements all cost money. I loved that every middle class person could enjoy style and comfort at a affordable price. You represented every hard working teenager, thug, jock or nerd during my generation. But when did the shoe become more then comfort and a representation of your motto, “just do it! ” How can I buy a pair of air Jordans for my son at 240 dollars and let him do just that. If I do decide to purchase these shoes because my son has worked for everything. He deserves the excitement of a woman buying a 300 dollar purse. How ever, I am not excited about it. The only thing that the shoes will get as they are worn out and thrown in the trash 1 year later along with my money. Is a memory of how many people said. “Nice shoes. ” and the feeling of what was I thinking wearing those, those shoes were wack. Kind of like when we thought red wings and zcavaricci pants tucked and rolled were cool. Man why should kids pay this much to look stupid two years later. Fashion sucks it causes bullying and signs of social clicks and class. When I was a teenager and heard just do it! I thought I could change the world, jump higher, run faster and look good doing it wearing nike swoosh symbol. Thanks for that. But no thanks to your high price tags so the younger generation feels as good as we all did. Sighs. ..
Signed proud parent of a fashion teenager victim.
Craig carda


Christine November 17, 2014 at 11:21 pm

Why does your Nike outlet store not carry women’s basketball shoes? Sure, you can order them (for $140+) but none in the store!!! Not only do you not carry women’s basketball shoes, but you don’t even have below a size 7 in a men’s shoe! I am disappointed in Nike and I would think Nike would be a supporter of women’s sports! By the way, in the men’s section, I would estimate 15 different types of shoes. You have alienated an entire group of high school athletes who will have to buy a different brand!


Marcia Johns October 26, 2014 at 12:09 am

I wished Nike would take part like Adidas and offer employee store coupon if you belong to a fitness center. I am sure us senior citizens would really appreciate it. Trying to stay fit and healthy is what is being recommended. I truly like Nike products and would prefer to shop there. Thank you for your time.
Marcia Johns


Don Pratt October 25, 2014 at 8:52 pm

I am a high school basketball coach in a small school in Northeast Washington. Our area suffers from the highest unemployment rate in Washington State.
As a school, we are essentially the social life of the community. Our sports programs depend on passing levies and local community groups and clubs and our programs suffer greatly for specific needs that ought to be provided but are not. As an example, we have no sports towels..Zip, nada, none which results in our teams and PE participants not showering after a workout. I believe hygiene is very important but do not know how to help the kids.
So, I am asking if there is any way Nike can assist knowing that the we cannot look like we have zero ability to look like we being sponsored…That being said, anything would help.l


James Bennett October 4, 2014 at 3:27 pm

Can You Help My Daughter Run Again
It is with great sadness that I inform you that our Lamonna has been diagnosed with Aplastic Anemia Disease. It came on suddenly out of nowhere. Basically her body can’t produce blood at this time to supply her body with oxygen and other vital things it needs like platelets. A bone marrow transplant is the only thing that will totally cure her. She is being hospitalized today for the next 14 days to under go a very complex treatment in hopes it can put it in remission. She has had blood transfusions and a couple of painful procedures in the past 3 weeks. The hardest news to hear was that she can’t return to school until January where she is the captain of the Varsity track team. Her immune system cannot handle germs & considering Lamonna is a honor student and loves track, this has been horrible for her to accept. All that being said, although I have medical insurance it doesn’t begin to cover our bills which at this point have reached 25,000 we are working on getting other assistance but I can’t work at this time and there are deductibles that need to be paid to keep all she needs going . This is very hard for us as I have always been a very independent person but considering it’s for our beloved Lamonna I must humble myself and ask for your help. Thank you in advance & please keep Lamonna and my family in your prayers. Sincerely Monica


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colett Makgatho June 23, 2014 at 5:39 am

thank you kindly come back to me


colett Makgatho June 23, 2014 at 5:30 am

we are a foundation based in pretoria (NPO) and we are besy organising a marathon for raising funds for the school based in attrageville pretoria kindly looking nike to sponser us.


Ysidro Hernandez May 6, 2014 at 11:56 am

Hello nike I’m writing you to ask you to please make a spike track shoe for 6 years old who wear still toddler shoe size my little girl wears a size 11 in toddlers and she runs track so she has to wear nike shockes for now cause they are light weight on the track for her please view her you time page and Instagram. Instagram name is z100m and YouTube is fastest 6 year old on the planet beating 2 boys for the 100M DASH we are also looking for a sponsor it would be awesome to have you guys as a sponsor an make other parents and kids as dedicated as us am throw even a more upward scale in your shoes hope to to hear back from you all. Hope you can sponsor the fastest 6 year old on the planet on 4/19/2014 she ran in Dublin Ca against 8 year olds and came in 5th place that video is also on YouTube and a photo finish on her Instagram hope to hear back from you thank you her Dad and Z100M


shari March 24, 2014 at 3:56 pm

Your customer service is horrible. I’ve been trying to get through to them for an hour and I keep getting hung up on before I can even talk to someone. So, I’ll put my concerns here, I guess. I have 5 boys & none of them will ever wear Nike as long as you continue to have Vick’s as your spokesperson. And, expect the same from any other human being with a heart. That man is a monster! He has tortured dogs for his entertainment & will never be forgiven by the animal lovers of the world. If you insist on supporting him, we will not support you.


donald jarvis March 24, 2014 at 2:36 pm

i like nike products and always have wore nike, in my opinion, i do think nike is the best, and i would like to have a career @ nike, that would be a good career move.


Kier holland December 21, 2013 at 9:58 am

Good morning,

I have been waiting in line for two days to get my daughter the gamma blues 11, and the stores did not have tickets. They gave them out two weeks before the shoes came out. Some stores had a raffle for them. It needs to be a better system for the release of the Jordan’s. I am single parent barely making it and I have to tell my asthmatic daughter that she can not get them for Christmas. It is real bad that they only get a few pair of 7 youth at each store! What can you do to not make my child be disappointment for Christmas? I can be reached at 757-338-XXXX or


kathy December 9, 2013 at 3:49 pm

complaint……I have bought three pairs of GO WALK shoes due to the comfort. after just a few months the soles wear down on the ball of the foot. I feel these shoes should last much longer and I hesitate to buy another pair.


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ATUL ASATI October 5, 2013 at 1:38 pm

I have purchase an nike shoes and now facing problem in warrenty replacment no budy help nor dealer and reatller.


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