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[gallery ids="5446,5447,5448"]On 2 July 2012, in the exceptional setting of Punta della Dogana, the former warehouses in Venice that are now the headquarters of the prestigious contemporary art center of the François Pinault Foundation, Nike presented its latest Nike GS (GreenSpeed) football shoes. Amidst the priceless artworks of the collection, in the striking "cube", the heart of the building restored by the Japanese starchitect Tadao Ando, the Global Design Director of Nike Football Andy Caine unveiled the latest creation of the swoosh, the state of the art in its genre when it comes to speed and responsible manufacturing. Ecological, with very high levels of performance, the shoes weigh just 160 grams, guaranteeing maximum lightness for professional players. At the same time, the model drastically reduces environmental impact, using up to 70% recovered materials for laces, uppers and tongues, 15% for the toe and the fabric at the ankle, while minimizing production scrap. The shoes are the result of collaboration between the global design team and a group of craftsmen who work at the Nike laboratory of Montebelluna to create shoes for many international soccer champions, conducting research on recycled and renewable materials, as well as production processes. http://nikeinc.com/nike-football-soccer/news/nike-gs-football-boot-combines-performance-engineering-with-low-environmental-immpact
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[gallery ids="5446,5447,5448"]On 2 July 2012, in the exceptional setting of Punta della Dogana, the former warehouses in Venice that are now the headquarters of the prestigious contemporary art center of the François Pinault Foundation, Nike presented its latest Nike GS (GreenSpeed) football shoes. Amidst the priceless artworks of the collection, in the striking "cube", the heart of the building restored by the Japanese starchitect Tadao Ando, the Global Design Director of Nike Football Andy Caine unveiled the latest creation of the swoosh, the state of the art in its genre when it comes to speed and responsible manufacturing. Ecological, with very high levels of performance, the shoes weigh just 160 grams, guaranteeing maximum lightness for professional players. At the same time, the model drastically reduces environmental impact, using up to 70% recovered materials for laces, uppers and tongues, 15% for the toe and the fabric at the ankle, while minimizing production scrap. The shoes are the result of collaboration between the global design team and a group of craftsmen who work at the Nike laboratory of Montebelluna to create shoes for many international soccer champions, conducting research on recycled and renewable materials, as well as production processes. http://nikeinc.com/nike-football-soccer/news/nike-gs-football-boot-combines-performance-engineering-with-low-environmental-immpact
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[gallery ids="5446,5447,5448"]On 2 July 2012, in the exceptional setting of Punta della Dogana, the former warehouses in Venice that are now the headquarters of the prestigious contemporary art center of the François Pinault Foundation, Nike presented its latest Nike GS (GreenSpeed) football shoes. Amidst the priceless artworks of the collection, in the striking "cube", the heart of the building restored by the Japanese starchitect Tadao Ando, the Global Design Director of Nike Football Andy Caine unveiled the latest creation of the swoosh, the state of the art in its genre when it comes to speed and responsible manufacturing. Ecological, with very high levels of performance, the shoes weigh just 160 grams, guaranteeing maximum lightness for professional players. At the same time, the model drastically reduces environmental impact, using up to 70% recovered materials for laces, uppers and tongues, 15% for the toe and the fabric at the ankle, while minimizing production scrap. The shoes are the result of collaboration between the global design team and a group of craftsmen who work at the Nike laboratory of Montebelluna to create shoes for many international soccer champions, conducting research on recycled and renewable materials, as well as production processes. http://nikeinc.com/nike-football-soccer/news/nike-gs-football-boot-combines-performance-engineering-with-low-environmental-immpact
On 2 July 2012, in the exceptional setting of Punta della Dogana, the former warehouses in Venice that are now the headquarters of the prestigious contemporary art center of the François Pinault Foundation, Nike presented its latest Nike GS (GreenSpeed) football shoes. Amidst the priceless artworks of the collection, in the striking "cube", the heart of the building restored by the Japanese starchitect Tadao Ando, the Global Design Director of Nike Football Andy Caine unveiled the latest creation of the swoosh, the state of the art in its genre when it comes to speed and responsible manufacturing. Ecological, with very high levels of performance, the shoes weigh just 160 grams, guaranteeing maximum lightness for professional players. At the same time, the model drastically reduces environmental impact, using up to 70% recovered materials for laces, uppers and tongues, 15% for the toe and the fabric at the ankle, while minimizing production scrap. The shoes are the result of collaboration between the global design team and a group of craftsmen who work at the Nike laboratory of Montebelluna to create shoes for many international soccer champions, conducting research on recycled and renewable materials, as well as production processes. http://nikeinc.com/nike-football-soccer/news/nike-gs-football-boot-combines-performance-engineering-with-low-environmental-immpact
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[gallery ids="5446,5447,5448"]On 2 July 2012, in the exceptional setting of Punta della Dogana, the former warehouses in Venice that are now the headquarters of the prestigious contemporary art center of the François Pinault Foundation, Nike presented its latest Nike GS (GreenSpeed) football shoes. Amidst the priceless artworks of the collection, in the striking "cube", the heart of the building restored by the Japanese starchitect Tadao Ando, the Global Design Director of Nike Football Andy Caine unveiled the latest creation of the swoosh, the state of the art in its genre when it comes to speed and responsible manufacturing. Ecological, with very high levels of performance, the shoes weigh just 160 grams, guaranteeing maximum lightness for professional players. At the same time, the model drastically reduces environmental impact, using up to 70% recovered materials for laces, uppers and tongues, 15% for the toe and the fabric at the ankle, while minimizing production scrap. The shoes are the result of collaboration between the global design team and a group of craftsmen who work at the Nike laboratory of Montebelluna to create shoes for many international soccer champions, conducting research on recycled and renewable materials, as well as production processes. http://nikeinc.com/nike-football-soccer/news/nike-gs-football-boot-combines-performance-engineering-with-low-environmental-immpact
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[gallery ids="5446,5447,5448"]On 2 July 2012, in the exceptional setting of Punta della Dogana, the former warehouses in Venice that are now the headquarters of the prestigious contemporary art center of the François Pinault Foundation, Nike presented its latest Nike GS (GreenSpeed) football shoes. Amidst the priceless artworks of the collection, in the striking "cube", the heart of the building restored by the Japanese starchitect Tadao Ando, the Global Design Director of Nike Football Andy Caine unveiled the latest creation of the swoosh, the state of the art in its genre when it comes to speed and responsible manufacturing. Ecological, with very high levels of performance, the shoes weigh just 160 grams, guaranteeing maximum lightness for professional players. At the same time, the model drastically reduces environmental impact, using up to 70% recovered materials for laces, uppers and tongues, 15% for the toe and the fabric at the ankle, while minimizing production scrap. The shoes are the result of collaboration between the global design team and a group of craftsmen who work at the Nike laboratory of Montebelluna to create shoes for many international soccer champions, conducting research on recycled and renewable materials, as well as production processes. http://nikeinc.com/nike-football-soccer/news/nike-gs-football-boot-combines-performance-engineering-with-low-environmental-immpact
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[gallery ids="5446,5447,5448"]On 2 July 2012, in the exceptional setting of Punta della Dogana, the former warehouses in Venice that are now the headquarters of the prestigious contemporary art center of the François Pinault Foundation, Nike presented its latest Nike GS (GreenSpeed) football shoes. Amidst the priceless artworks of the collection, in the striking "cube", the heart of the building restored by the Japanese starchitect Tadao Ando, the Global Design Director of Nike Football Andy Caine unveiled the latest creation of the swoosh, the state of the art in its genre when it comes to speed and responsible manufacturing. Ecological, with very high levels of performance, the shoes weigh just 160 grams, guaranteeing maximum lightness for professional players. At the same time, the model drastically reduces environmental impact, using up to 70% recovered materials for laces, uppers and tongues, 15% for the toe and the fabric at the ankle, while minimizing production scrap. The shoes are the result of collaboration between the global design team and a group of craftsmen who work at the Nike laboratory of Montebelluna to create shoes for many international soccer champions, conducting research on recycled and renewable materials, as well as production processes. http://nikeinc.com/nike-football-soccer/news/nike-gs-football-boot-combines-performance-engineering-with-low-environmental-immpact
On 2 July 2012, in the exceptional setting of Punta della Dogana, the former warehouses in Venice that are now the headquarters of the prestigious contemporary art center of the François Pinault Foundation, Nike presented its latest Nike GS (GreenSpeed) football shoes. Amidst the priceless artworks of the collection, in the striking "cube", the heart of the building restored by the Japanese starchitect Tadao Ando, the Global Design Director of Nike Football Andy Caine unveiled the latest creation of the swoosh, the state of the art in its genre when it comes to speed and responsible manufacturing. Ecological, with very high levels of performance, the shoes weigh just 160 grams, guaranteeing maximum lightness for professional players. At the same time, the model drastically reduces environmental impact, using up to 70% recovered materials for laces, uppers and tongues, 15% for the toe and the fabric at the ankle, while minimizing production scrap. The shoes are the result of collaboration between the global design team and a group of craftsmen who work at the Nike laboratory of Montebelluna to create shoes for many international soccer champions, conducting research on recycled and renewable materials, as well as production processes. http://nikeinc.com/nike-football-soccer/news/nike-gs-football-boot-combines-performance-engineering-with-low-environmental-immpact
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[gallery ids="5446,5447,5448"]On 2 July 2012, in the exceptional setting of Punta della Dogana, the former warehouses in Venice that are now the headquarters of the prestigious contemporary art center of the François Pinault Foundation, Nike presented its latest Nike GS (GreenSpeed) football shoes. Amidst the priceless artworks of the collection, in the striking "cube", the heart of the building restored by the Japanese starchitect Tadao Ando, the Global Design Director of Nike Football Andy Caine unveiled the latest creation of the swoosh, the state of the art in its genre when it comes to speed and responsible manufacturing. Ecological, with very high levels of performance, the shoes weigh just 160 grams, guaranteeing maximum lightness for professional players. At the same time, the model drastically reduces environmental impact, using up to 70% recovered materials for laces, uppers and tongues, 15% for the toe and the fabric at the ankle, while minimizing production scrap. The shoes are the result of collaboration between the global design team and a group of craftsmen who work at the Nike laboratory of Montebelluna to create shoes for many international soccer champions, conducting research on recycled and renewable materials, as well as production processes. http://nikeinc.com/nike-football-soccer/news/nike-gs-football-boot-combines-performance-engineering-with-low-environmental-immpact
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[gallery ids="5446,5447,5448"]On 2 July 2012, in the exceptional setting of Punta della Dogana, the former warehouses in Venice that are now the headquarters of the prestigious contemporary art center of the François Pinault Foundation, Nike presented its latest Nike GS (GreenSpeed) football shoes. Amidst the priceless artworks of the collection, in the striking "cube", the heart of the building restored by the Japanese starchitect Tadao Ando, the Global Design Director of Nike Football Andy Caine unveiled the latest creation of the swoosh, the state of the art in its genre when it comes to speed and responsible manufacturing. Ecological, with very high levels of performance, the shoes weigh just 160 grams, guaranteeing maximum lightness for professional players. At the same time, the model drastically reduces environmental impact, using up to 70% recovered materials for laces, uppers and tongues, 15% for the toe and the fabric at the ankle, while minimizing production scrap. The shoes are the result of collaboration between the global design team and a group of craftsmen who work at the Nike laboratory of Montebelluna to create shoes for many international soccer champions, conducting research on recycled and renewable materials, as well as production processes. http://nikeinc.com/nike-football-soccer/news/nike-gs-football-boot-combines-performance-engineering-with-low-environmental-immpact
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[gallery ids="5446,5447,5448"]On 2 July 2012, in the exceptional setting of Punta della Dogana, the former warehouses in Venice that are now the headquarters of the prestigious contemporary art center of the François Pinault Foundation, Nike presented its latest Nike GS (GreenSpeed) football shoes. Amidst the priceless artworks of the collection, in the striking "cube", the heart of the building restored by the Japanese starchitect Tadao Ando, the Global Design Director of Nike Football Andy Caine unveiled the latest creation of the swoosh, the state of the art in its genre when it comes to speed and responsible manufacturing. Ecological, with very high levels of performance, the shoes weigh just 160 grams, guaranteeing maximum lightness for professional players. At the same time, the model drastically reduces environmental impact, using up to 70% recovered materials for laces, uppers and tongues, 15% for the toe and the fabric at the ankle, while minimizing production scrap. The shoes are the result of collaboration between the global design team and a group of craftsmen who work at the Nike laboratory of Montebelluna to create shoes for many international soccer champions, conducting research on recycled and renewable materials, as well as production processes. http://nikeinc.com/nike-football-soccer/news/nike-gs-football-boot-combines-performance-engineering-with-low-environmental-immpact
On 2 July 2012, in the exceptional setting of Punta della Dogana, the former warehouses in Venice that are now the headquarters of the prestigious contemporary art center of the François Pinault Foundation, Nike presented its latest Nike GS (GreenSpeed) football shoes. Amidst the priceless artworks of the collection, in the striking "cube", the heart of the building restored by the Japanese starchitect Tadao Ando, the Global Design Director of Nike Football Andy Caine unveiled the latest creation of the swoosh, the state of the art in its genre when it comes to speed and responsible manufacturing. Ecological, with very high levels of performance, the shoes weigh just 160 grams, guaranteeing maximum lightness for professional players. At the same time, the model drastically reduces environmental impact, using up to 70% recovered materials for laces, uppers and tongues, 15% for the toe and the fabric at the ankle, while minimizing production scrap. The shoes are the result of collaboration between the global design team and a group of craftsmen who work at the Nike laboratory of Montebelluna to create shoes for many international soccer champions, conducting research on recycled and renewable materials, as well as production processes. http://nikeinc.com/nike-football-soccer/news/nike-gs-football-boot-combines-performance-engineering-with-low-environmental-immpact
On 2 July 2012, in the exceptional setting of Punta della Dogana, the former warehouses in Venice that are now the headquarters of the prestigious contemporary art center of the François Pinault Foundation, Nike presented its latest Nike GS (GreenSpeed) football shoes. Amidst the priceless artworks of the collection, in the striking "cube", the heart of the building restored by the Japanese starchitect Tadao Ando, the Global Design Director of Nike Football Andy Caine unveiled the latest creation of the swoosh, the state of the art in its genre when it comes to speed and responsible manufacturing. Ecological, with very high levels of performance, the shoes weigh just 160 grams, guaranteeing maximum lightness for professional players. At the same time, the model drastically reduces environmental impact, using up to 70% recovered materials for laces, uppers and tongues, 15% for the toe and the fabric at the ankle, while minimizing production scrap. The shoes are the result of collaboration between the global design team and a group of craftsmen who work at the Nike laboratory of Montebelluna to create shoes for many international soccer champions, conducting research on recycled and renewable materials, as well as production processes. http:\/\/nikeinc.com\/nike-football-soccer\/news\/nike-gs-football-boot-combines-performance-engineering-with-low-environmental-immpact"},{"caption":"
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[gallery ids="5446,5447,5448"]On 2 July 2012, in the exceptional setting of Punta della Dogana, the former warehouses in Venice that are now the headquarters of the prestigious contemporary art center of the François Pinault Foundation, Nike presented its latest Nike GS (GreenSpeed) football shoes. Amidst the priceless artworks of the collection, in the striking "cube", the heart of the building restored by the Japanese starchitect Tadao Ando, the Global Design Director of Nike Football Andy Caine unveiled the latest creation of the swoosh, the state of the art in its genre when it comes to speed and responsible manufacturing. Ecological, with very high levels of performance, the shoes weigh just 160 grams, guaranteeing maximum lightness for professional players. At the same time, the model drastically reduces environmental impact, using up to 70% recovered materials for laces, uppers and tongues, 15% for the toe and the fabric at the ankle, while minimizing production scrap. The shoes are the result of collaboration between the global design team and a group of craftsmen who work at the Nike laboratory of Montebelluna to create shoes for many international soccer champions, conducting research on recycled and renewable materials, as well as production processes. http://nikeinc.com/nike-football-soccer/news/nike-gs-football-boot-combines-performance-engineering-with-low-environmental-immpact
On 2 July 2012, in the exceptional setting of Punta della Dogana, the former warehouses in Venice that are now the headquarters of the prestigious contemporary art center of the François Pinault Foundation, Nike presented its latest Nike GS (GreenSpeed) football shoes. Amidst the priceless artworks of the collection, in the striking "cube", the heart of the building restored by the Japanese starchitect Tadao Ando, the Global Design Director of Nike Football Andy Caine unveiled the latest creation of the swoosh, the state of the art in its genre when it comes to speed and responsible manufacturing. Ecological, with very high levels of performance, the shoes weigh just 160 grams, guaranteeing maximum lightness for professional players. At the same time, the model drastically reduces environmental impact, using up to 70% recovered materials for laces, uppers and tongues, 15% for the toe and the fabric at the ankle, while minimizing production scrap. The shoes are the result of collaboration between the global design team and a group of craftsmen who work at the Nike laboratory of Montebelluna to create shoes for many international soccer champions, conducting research on recycled and renewable materials, as well as production processes. http:\/\/nikeinc.com\/nike-football-soccer\/news\/nike-gs-football-boot-combines-performance-engineering-with-low-environmental-immpact"},{"caption":"
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[gallery ids="5446,5447,5448"]On 2 July 2012, in the exceptional setting of Punta della Dogana, the former warehouses in Venice that are now the headquarters of the prestigious contemporary art center of the François Pinault Foundation, Nike presented its latest Nike GS (GreenSpeed) football shoes. Amidst the priceless artworks of the collection, in the striking "cube", the heart of the building restored by the Japanese starchitect Tadao Ando, the Global Design Director of Nike Football Andy Caine unveiled the latest creation of the swoosh, the state of the art in its genre when it comes to speed and responsible manufacturing. Ecological, with very high levels of performance, the shoes weigh just 160 grams, guaranteeing maximum lightness for professional players. At the same time, the model drastically reduces environmental impact, using up to 70% recovered materials for laces, uppers and tongues, 15% for the toe and the fabric at the ankle, while minimizing production scrap. The shoes are the result of collaboration between the global design team and a group of craftsmen who work at the Nike laboratory of Montebelluna to create shoes for many international soccer champions, conducting research on recycled and renewable materials, as well as production processes. http://nikeinc.com/nike-football-soccer/news/nike-gs-football-boot-combines-performance-engineering-with-low-environmental-immpact
On 2 July 2012, in the exceptional setting of Punta della Dogana, the former warehouses in Venice that are now the headquarters of the prestigious contemporary art center of the François Pinault Foundation, Nike presented its latest Nike GS (GreenSpeed) football shoes. Amidst the priceless artworks of the collection, in the striking "cube", the heart of the building restored by the Japanese starchitect Tadao Ando, the Global Design Director of Nike Football Andy Caine unveiled the latest creation of the swoosh, the state of the art in its genre when it comes to speed and responsible manufacturing. Ecological, with very high levels of performance, the shoes weigh just 160 grams, guaranteeing maximum lightness for professional players. At the same time, the model drastically reduces environmental impact, using up to 70% recovered materials for laces, uppers and tongues, 15% for the toe and the fabric at the ankle, while minimizing production scrap. The shoes are the result of collaboration between the global design team and a group of craftsmen who work at the Nike laboratory of Montebelluna to create shoes for many international soccer champions, conducting research on recycled and renewable materials, as well as production processes. http:\/\/nikeinc.com\/nike-football-soccer\/news\/nike-gs-football-boot-combines-performance-engineering-with-low-environmental-immpact"}];
On 2 July 2012, in the exceptional setting of Punta della Dogana, the former warehouses in Venice that are now the headquarters of the prestigious contemporary art center of the François Pinault Foundation, Nike presented its latest Nike GS (GreenSpeed) football shoes. Amidst the priceless artworks of the collection, in the striking "cube", the heart of the building restored by the Japanese starchitect Tadao Ando, the Global Design Director of Nike Football Andy Caine unveiled the latest creation of the swoosh, the state of the art in its genre when it comes to speed and responsible manufacturing. Ecological, with very high levels of performance, the shoes weigh just 160 grams, guaranteeing maximum lightness for professional players. At the same time, the model drastically reduces environmental impact, using up to 70% recovered materials for laces, uppers and tongues, 15% for the toe and the fabric at the ankle, while minimizing production scrap. The shoes are the result of collaboration between the global design team and a group of craftsmen who work at the Nike laboratory of Montebelluna to create shoes for many international soccer champions, conducting research on recycled and renewable materials, as well as production processes. http://nikeinc.com/nike-football-soccer/news/nike-gs-football-boot-combines-performance-engineering-with-low-environmental-immpact