The Nike Cortez 1972 pays homage to its roots by coming out with two tonal colorways that don the ‘1972’ look on its heels.
The Cortez 1972 comes in an all-white leather and nylon construction, and an all-black nylon, suede and leather construction. Both pairs distinguish themselves by coming with huge ‘1972’ embroidering on the heels of the shoe. The 1972 represents the year that the shoe was released and it also happens to be the year that Blue Ribbon sports made it’s name change to what is now Nike. Available now at select retailers, let us know if you plan on scooping up a pair or two.
There’s no doubt that the Cortez is one of the most historical and important shoes in Nike’s history. If you’re a fan of the model, this one should be a no-brainer.
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