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NIKE BULK ORDERS AND QUANTITY LIMITS
Most Nike.com products have an order quantity limit of 50, unless otherwise specified on the product page. Some launch products may have specific quantity limits. Follow the steps below to place an...
NIKE DOERNBECHER FREESTYLE PROJECT
HISTORY OF NIKE DOERNBECHER FREESTYLE PROJECT The partnership between Nike and Portland, Oregon-based Doernbecher Children's Hospital began in 2004. Michael Doherty, Nike's Creative Director and a...
CAN I TOUR THE NIKE CAMPUS?
Nike World Headquarters (WHQ) is private property and not open to the general public. Nike does not currently offer public tours.
CHECK YOUR NIKE CLAIM STATUS
Please visit Nikeclaims.com to check your Nike claim status. You must have your claim number and mailing postal code to check your claim status.
CAN I USE NIKE TRADEMARKS, IMAGES, LOGOS OR ADVERTISING?
Nike doesn't grant permission to use or modify trademarks, logos, images, advertising or similar materials. It's your responsibility to determine whether your proposed use is legally permissible. For...
WHY CAN'T I TRACK MY ORDER?
When your Nike.com order ships, you'll receive a confirmation email with a tracking number you can use to track your package. Shipping confirmation emails are occasionally sent before shipping...
HOW TO CONTACT THE NIKE FOUNDATION
You can contact the Nike Foundation by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail at: The Nike Foundation One Bowerman Drive Beaverton, OR 97005 We welcome your input as we strive to address the...
SIZE OUT OF STOCK
If your size is out of stock on Nike.com for a specific product, be sure to check back often because sizes may be restocked at any time. You may also search for your size in the NIKEiD collection...
GLUE USED IN NIKE SHOES
The glues used in Nike shoes is proprietary information. Nike is committed to eliminating waste and toxins in the environment. For more information about Nike's commitment to the environment, visit...
NIKE AND THE SWOOSH
In the spring of 1971, Phil Knight realized that long-term success for Blue Ribbon Sports (BRS), the footwear importing company he co-founded with Bill Bowerman in 1964, would be better served by...