I’ll Burn My Nikes Because They’re Just Crappy Shoes
Where do your opinions fall in the midst of all the controversy with Nike? Let's be real here. I've wanted to burn my Nike shoes on more than one occasion and it had nothing to do with Colin Kaepernick.
Just days before the start of a new NFL season, Nike has caused quite a stir by focusing their latest ad campaign around former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick. Nike is the official game day sponsor for the NFL until 2028.
Kaepernick's tweeted “Believe in something, even if it means sacrificing everything. #JustDoIt,” which seems like a blatant poke at the NFL.
Many are calling for a boycott on Nike shoes because of their affiliations with Kaepernick.
Can we boycott Nike because their shoes are terrible? I haven't had a pair of Nike's in almost a decade.
If we're going to boycott a product, let's start with a good one.
As an avid runner, I've been extremely upset with Nike lately. My Nikes don't seem to hold up at all.
I hopped on this Nike train months ago and it has nothing to do with the National Anthem.
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