One of the world's largest suppliers of athletic shoes and apparel and a major manufacturer of sports equipment, Nike, Inc. is engaged in the design, development, manufacturing and worldwide marketing and sales of footwear, apparel, equipment, accessories and services. NIKE, Inc. fosters a culture of invention, creating products, services and experiences for today's athlete while solving problems for the next generation.
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Can I purchase Nike from Anaconda?
Yes, you can. One of the world leaders in athletic shoes, sportswear and equipment, Nike is a brand that has become synonymous with performance. Get the latest in clothing, shoes and sport's equipment and up your workout with the awesome collection of Nike products available online or at your local Anaconda store. With over 50 years in the business, Nike is one of the largest suppliers of sports footwear, clothing and equipment around the world. Update your activewear and step out in style with Nike clothing and training shoes.
How do I purchase Nike from Anaconda?
To purchase our range of Nike products from Anaconda, browse through our products above and follow the instructions right through to check out. We accept all major payment methods, including Visa, MasterCard and PayPal, and we will deliver right to your door. Alternatively, if you prefer, call into one of our nationwide stores, where our team of assistants will be happy to provide help and support with whatever you need. With great value deals and savings across the collection, shop Nike at Anaconda today.
Do you have any tips for choosing the right running shoes?
There are a few things to consider when you are choosing the right running shoes for you. The most important thing to think about is size and fit, as well as the surface that you intend to be running on the most. If you plan to be training on soft muddy terrain, then a pair of trail shoes are necessary as this will offer more stability and ankle support. However, road shoes are designed to provide cushioning and shock absorption if you are training on the road. It is also important to think about your foot strike, and which part of your foot tends to hit the floor first.
For example, people with a heavy heel strike, in that the heel is the first part of your foot to contact the ground, should choose a shoe that has more cushioning at the rear of the shoe. It is always advised that you change your shoes after six months or 300 miles, whichever comes first. Choose Nike for shoes that are performance driven and designed to take your running to the next level.
What should I wear for training?
Well, that depends on personal preference really, as well as the weather and trail conditions that you plan to be training in. For summer runs and gym sessions, think shorts and a tee and a decent pair of running shoes. When dressing to go out for sport in the winter, pants or tights and a tee with a soft shell jacket should suffice. However, remember you are likely to warm up once you get moving, so dress down or wear layers that can easily be removed.
The clothing choices that you make can determine your performance when out on the run, at the gym, or engaging in your favourite sport. It is vital to choose garments that are lightweight, breathable and comfortable. With technologically advanced moisture wicking fabrics, carefully selected designs, and the latest in manufacturing processes, Nike is the number one choice for beginners and seasoned pros everywhere. Many experts recommend choosing function over fashion, but with Nike, you can have both.
How should I care for my Nike training clothes?
Well, that depends on which of the items that you have chosen, and we always recommend that you read the manufacturer's care label carefully before you wash your item./ The moisture-wicking material that is regularly used for sports clothes requires a little bit more maintenance than everyday wear, and you should pay extra care to look after your training gear. Hang the clothes up after you finish training instead of tossing them straight into the laundry basket. Wash technical items in a cold wash only, and avoid fabric softener or any harsh chemicals such as chlorine or bleach.