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Nike Shoes

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Justin Salamanca

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Problem (Edit)
Blue Ribbon Sports (1964-1971)
Nike INC (1972-Present)
Nike INC
Very popular
Made with modern technology
World wide famous for multipurpose use
Produces great sports equipment and clothing wear
Nike shoes look very cool and comfortable






KPOE/Origins
KPOE: Bill Bowerman (Co-Founder)
Engineer/Designer of Shoes
Oregon and 1972 Olympics Coach
Founder: Phil Knight
Otis David wore the 1st pair of "Nike shoes" in 1960 Rome Olympics
2 Gold Medals (400m and 4x400m relay)
Bowerman had the idea of removing weight from athletic shoes
Nike INC (Blue Ribbon Sports)
Why Do YOU Like Shoes?
ESPN's Sports Science
Sports Science
Athletic Shoes
By: Justin Salamanca
Catherine Quecan
Gino Odal
Jacob Serna

X-Factors of Athletic Performance
Athletic Ability (Training)
Physical Condition (Soreness/Injury)
Equipment (Shoes)
Motivation (WIN, dedication to someone)
Emotions (Hyper, Cocky)
Formation/Strategies (Fundamentals/Plays)
*Gives Athletes the better EDGE
Nike Free 3.0 v4 Breakdown
Conclusion: Everyone Is Different
Marcus Trufant
Maximum Performance in Sports
Comfort/Injuries
7 Significant Factors of Design
Sports Engineering
Nike Cortez 1968
Nike Waffle Trainer 1974
1984 Nike AIR Jordan 1
1987 Nike AIR Max 1
2005 Nike Free 5.0
2009 Nike Free 3.0 v4
Functionality:
Depends on the Activity
Safety:
Protects Feet
Quality:
Durable
Ergonomics:
Activities MORE Comfortable
Economics:
Different Prices
Environmental Consideration:
Factories
Appearance:
Depends on Shoe
Price?
Comfort?
Performance/Sport?
Hype?
Main Purpose of Shoes
Style?
Equipment Design:
Building and Designing Equipment

Lab Experiments and Testing:
Equipment Performance

Computational Modeling:
Sciences of Equipment (Forces)

Field Testing:
Testing Equipment Within a Match

Working with Governing Bodies:
Possible Injury Risks

Working with Athletes:
Improve Performance


Fields of Science:
Kinesiology and Biomechanics
Kinesiology:
Study of Human Movement (Kinetics)
Biomechanics:
Study of Body Movement and Function
2014 Nike Free 5.0
Stephon Marbury
Dennis Northcutt
Shin Splints
Blisters
Barefoot Feel
Flexible Sole Grooves
Easy, Snug Fit
About 6-7 oz
Around $90
Great Traction and Durability

Con: Feet won't Breath
Front Half
Back Half
Nike Free Scale
0: Barefoot
10: Normal Running Shoes
3.0
5.0
7.0
Upper
Outsoles
Inserts/Orthotics
Space Trusstic
Suggestions
Buy New Shoes w/ Inserts
New Shoes > Shoe Inserts
Replace Shoes 6-12 months
Running Shoes: 200-500 Miles
Foot Types





1: Flat Feet
2: Normal Feet
3: High-Arch Feet
100 LBS. OF FORCE
ASICS: Anatomy of a Running Shoe
Performance and Shoe Design
Gel Cushioning
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