The Evolution of the Nike Shoe
Since the '60s, Nike has revolutionized its shoe design. From the first sneakers to the "Oprah" shoe, see how they have evolved!
Blue Ribbon Sports, which later became Nike, unveils "Moon Shoes," featuring co-founder Bill Bowerman's Waffle sole, for athletes competing at the Eugene (Oregon) Trials in June 1972. T-shirts featuring a lowercase "nike" script logo, designed by Carolyn Davidson, cause many to ask, "Who's Mike?" Marathoner Jeff Galloway is the first athlete to wear Nike shoes across a finish line in competition.