NIKO STEWART/AFP/Getty Images Nike Sportswear will be collaborating with Adidas to produce men’s sneakers, as part of the company’s effort to become more of a global brand, sources told Business Insider.
The partnership between the two companies, which has yet to be announced, will see Nike’s sneakers produced at the Paris-based Adidas headquarters in Paris, while Adidas will produce its shoes in Los Angeles.
“We are very excited to be working with the world’s leading brands, including Nike and Adidas, to develop our products and continue to grow our global footprint,” Nike said in a statement.
“This collaboration will further enhance our global presence in the market and our position in the world of footwear.”
Adidas is known for its high-end sneakers and sneakers, and this partnership will provide Nike with a foothold in the global market.
Adsby, which is headquartered in London, recently unveiled a partnership with Nike to produce women’s shoes.
NIKO Sportswears will include a range of sneakers and boots that are designed to appeal to men, and will be manufactured in Europe, the US, and Brazil, sources said.
While this partnership between Nike and its competitors has not been announced, sources indicated that the company has already signed a deal with Adidas in which the footwear company will supply sneakers for the sneaker line, according to Business Insider’s sources.
Earlier this month, Nike said it was looking to add more women’s brands to its sneaker lineup, which included Adidas, Under Armour, Reebok, and Nike.
In the coming months, Nike will introduce a new collection of men’s shoes for men, including a pair of leather men’s basketball shoes, the Adidas NMD.
Since the partnership with Adidas is just the latest collaboration between Nike, Nike, and Adidas to make its way into the footwear world, the timing of the partnership is interesting.
Both companies have made efforts to make shoes for women that are not just “gendered” or “masculine,” as some critics have said, but are made in an effort to create a more inclusive brand.
It will be interesting to see how Nike and other shoe companies like Nike, Reba, and Reeboks respond to the Adidas-Nike collaboration.
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