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Nike Air Max Woven Boot

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The light fabric has tiny holes for Nike Air Max Woven Boot breathability and the length has also been designed to stop it coming untucked during activity. The Nike Pro Hijab will be launched in Spring 2018 in response to the increasing number of women in Islamic society ‘embracing sport’. Nike said it began developing the hijab after some Muslim athletes complained about wearing a traditional head scarf during competition. The Nike Pro Hijab, which will be available in stores in spring 2018, is the result of “an ongoing cultural shift that has seen more women than ever embracing sport,” Nike said in a statement. “This movement first permeated international consciousness in 2012, when a hijabi runner took the global stage in London.”Yet Muslim women who choose to veil have faced hurdles outside religious or national objections -- namely, official Nike Air Max Woven Boot Black bans from international associations on religious headgear such as hijabs, turbans and kippot, or yarmulkes, on the grounds of "safety concerns." The film now has English subtitles so you can see what all the fuss is about for yourself.

While it shouldn't take a Nike Air Max Woven Boot Mens major global brand to "legitimize" the inclusion of women of all faiths in sports, it certainly can't hurt. The product, which has been in development for a year, was tested by athletes including figure skater Zahra Lari.The pull-on hijab is made of light, stretchy fabric that includes tiny holes for breathability and an elongated back so it will not come untucked. It will come in three colours: black, grey and obsidian and goes on sale in 2018. Sporting hijabs have been around for several years, but Nike is the first major international company to embrace the sports needs of Muslim women. A Nike statement said: ‘The Nike Pro Hijab may have been more than a year in the making, but its impetus can be traced much further back, to an ongoing cultural shift that has seen more women than ever embracing sport. The 2012 London Olympics seemed to signal a turning point, when Brunei, Qatar and Saudi Arabia became the last participating countries to finally allow women to play in the Games. In the years since, hijabi women from across the Arab world have competed internationally in sports such as track and field, soccer and figure skating. Thirty years after the shoes were first released, the brand has asked three designers from different fields to put their own stamp on the model. We couldn’t be more delighted that that last few years have seen the sporting of ‘active wear’ on the weekend become a socially acceptable concept. Yep – whether you Barrecore, box or brunch, there’s now a brand-new breed of wardrobe with the potential to take you from Saturday morning to Sunday evening without undressing. United Arab Emirates athlete Zahra Lari has modelled the Nike hijab and posted a photo of herself wearing Nike sportswear to mark International Women's Day. It featured five successful female professional from different parts of the Arab world pursing their athletic dreams while a voice asks, "what will they say about you?" It's a rhetorical question that many young Arab women face if they step out of cultural and traditional norms. Last month, international casual clothing company Uniqlo launched its fourth collection in collaboration with British designer Hana Tajima, a hijab-wearing Muslim whose work is marked by flowing dresses and long tunics. The Air Max is designed to provide maximum impact protection during repetitive landings, so has less midsole material to accommodate larger air cushions. The spokesperson said: ‘We worked with Amna and a variety of other athletes to see what they needed and wanted in a performance hijab.

Nike said the hijab is already being worn by 921854-002 Emirati figure skater Zahra Lari. Al Haddad spoke to Nike extensively about issues she had with existing athletic hijabs: She had difficulty finding performance-grade head coverings — she only owned one, and had to hand-wash it every night during competitions — and its weight, movement and lack of breathability made it difficult to focus. The link is then made to the companies and individuals which control huge estates and the palaces which he is alleged to have been gifted by his rich friends. The sports manufacturer unveiled its new Zoom Vaporfly Elite running shoes on Tuesday, which contain a carbon fibre plate in the soles. The company added the Pro Hijab was designed after athletes told Nike they ‘needed it to perform better’Speaking to the Guardian, the spokesman added: 'The IAAF is going to discuss shoe approval processes as defined by the competition rules as part of the agenda at the IAAF Technical Committee in two weeks' time.' And since DKNY produced a Ramadan collection in 2014, brands such as Mango, Tommy Hilfiger, Zara, Monique Lhuillier, Net-a-Porter and Oscar de la Renta have all followed suit.
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