• Nike Spark Lightweight Running Socks
  • Nike Spark Lightweight Running Socks
  • Nike Spark Lightweight Running Socks
  • Nike Spark Lightweight Running Socks
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  • Nike Spark Lightweight Running Socks
  • Nike Spark Lightweight Running Socks
  • Nike Spark Lightweight Running Socks
  • Nike Spark Lightweight Running Socks
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Nike Spark Lightweight Running Socks

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Nike Spark Lightweight Running Socks

The Nike Spark Lightweight Socks have a thin design with sweat-wicking technology and mesh fabric for a dry and cool experience. Extra yarn in the footbed and ankle provides subtle cushioning, giving you soft support with every step. Reflective design elements are placed in key areas, making this sock stand out from previous versions.

Features

• Composition: 86% nylon/13% elastane/1% polyester

• Lightweight fabric gives you a barefoot feel.

• More yarn in the footbed and ankle gives you just a little cushioning where you need it.

• Mesh at the top of the foot helps keep you cool

• Sweat-wicking technology moves sweat away from your skin for quicker evaporation, helping you stay dry and comfortable.

• The arch band contours around the foot for a secure fit and feel


Extra Details

• Reflective design details around the collar

• Reflective-design yarns are also integrated into the mesh pattern at the top of the foot

• Color: Black

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About Nike

The Nike company makes its debut in 1964 as Blue Ribbon Sports, by Phil Knight and his coach, Bill Bowerman. At the initial level, they partnered with the Japanese company Onitsuka Tiger, now known as ASICS, to import sneakers to the US. In 1971, Jeff Johnson proposed the name Nike, inspired by the Greek goddess of victory, and the company's first shoe, the "Nike Waffle Trainer," was introduced that same year. Nike quickly became world famous in the 1980s with the Air Jordan shoe line, created in collaboration with famous basketball player Michael Jordan. The "Just Do It" campaign in 1988 further boosted Nike's brand awareness, making it a leader in the sportswear industry. Today, Nike is known for the innovation, quality and style of its products, providing a wide range of athletic footwear, apparel and equipment.

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