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The Nike Classic Cortez Shoe is Nike's original running shoe, designed by Bill Bowerman and released in 1972. This version features a leather and synthetic leather construction for added durability.
A good buy again!
B A. - 08 Oct 2020
Arrived on time -this is my 3rd consecutive pair of these very comfortable trainers.I liked the fact they were laced which is not always the case with shop bought shoes.I have type 2 diabetes so need well fitting shoes which for me these are. The
MaddieJ738922603 - 01 Sep 2020
They are really lovely, very classic, a bit narrow where the toes go but not uncomfortable.
The Nike Cortez is Timeless Classic!
arwatkins06 - 16 May 2018
At the risk of dating myself, I have been wearing the Nike Cortez since 1979. Although there have been slight changes over the years, this shoe remains a “Timeless Classic”. I say that because the original white leather shoe with the varsity red swoosh with the blue mid-sole highlight and the waffle sole checks all of the boxes for comfort, style and fit. I do miss the white bumper that was affixed to the front of the shoe on the original release, but other than that, I like the softer leather and the whiter white on the shoe. I don’t run in them anymore, even though I’m sure I could, but I keep 2 pairs in my closet and wear them very regularly! I will keep wearing them as long as Nike makes them available in Men’s Size 10.