Nike N7 is celebrating 10 years of their collection this holiday season by partnering up with Pendleton to celebrate the history of Native American heritage and to promote sports in the Native American and Indigenous community.
This collection has various styles of shoes from Air Force to Jordans rocking a traditional Navajo print.
Nike graphic designer, Phoebe Nez, helped put this collection together to commemorate her family and community.
The pattern is a narrative tapestry of Jackson's Navajo history, which specializes in designs personal to the individual weaver. Those living in different geographical regions will experience different environments. As the weaver becomes more skilled, he or she creates original designs based on the influences of classic works, personalizing the pieces with different colors and yarns. Some designs become laterally familiar across nations.
Taboo from the Black Eyed Peas who is known for speaking up about Native American issues in society has stepped in to help make this brand grow.
You can see all the apparel and also buy it at Nike.com