Some news for Nike’s N7 project! Set up in 2009, these collections and programs support Native American and indigenous communities, by donating funds related to the Swoosh brand’s sales and initiatives.

The aim? To promote access to education and sport for the young people who are concerned. Since its creation in 2009, the N7 Nike fund has awarded over $8 million in grants, administered by the Charities Aid Foundation of American, to more than 270 organizations.

A few months ago, Nike announced the drop of an event sneaker for the N7 project: the famous Nike SB Dunk Low Decon N7. 

Designed in collaboration with members of the Haudenosaunee and the Ojibwe communities, the two models in this collection feature traditional Amerindian embroidered patterns – a tribute to the Great Lakes. 

A celebration of nature 🍃 but also a tribute to skate culture with SB.

Alongside an event at Phoenix’s Heard Museum, the Nike SB Dunk Low Decon N7 will be officially launched and dropped today.