The sneakers are durable, supportive, and easy to clean. Once signed up, parents will receive an email with a selection of more than 100 styles of Nike and Converse shoes from which to choose, which they can review with their kids. They then pick which shoes they want to receive, and these are shipped to the home in a box with the child’s name on it. This box also includes an adventure kit” filled with activities and games for parents to do with their kids, stickers, plus a small gift. The kit is created in partnership with the nonprofit KaBoom, which is focused on encouraging kids to lead healthy lifestyles.
Your average group fitness class is a big sometimes-beautiful (sometimes-decidedly-not-beautiful, but that’s a story for another day) mess of fitness ideas, an effort to pack a bevy of movements into one hour of work. And if you wanted to get super-precise, you’d actually need a different sneaker for each. You’d use the running shoe that most people wear for any treadmill work, but then you’d want a lifting shoe for some deadlifts and squats, then something with a bit more cushioning for the box jumps, and something with tight lockdown (basketball shoe, anyone?) for the skater lunges.
Now they weren’t ones you’d expect to see on the shelves or be able to buy anytime soon. Bullos’ Nike footwear was made entirely out of bandages. The registration of the product on blockchain would allow users to “securely sell or trade” the tangible form of the shoes, Nike said. The 11-year-old girl, Rhea Bullos, from Balasan, Iloilo, sported an unusual pair of kicks at the sports meet. MSCHF bought a normal pair of Nike Air Max 97 sneakers at market value, the company’s head of commerce, Daniel Greenberg, confirmed to CBS News. A plain pair of men’s Air Max 97s go for about $160, but MSCHF completely revamped the shoe and added a golden Jesus on a crucifix as a shoelace charm.