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W Air Max Thea FK 881175-500 Raisin



Regular price $200.00 CAD $120.00 CAD Sale

W Air Max Thea FK 881175-500 Raisin
W Air Max Thea FK 881175-500 Raisin
W Air Max Thea FK 881175-500 Raisin
W Air Max Thea FK 881175-500 Raisin
W Air Max Thea FK 881175-500 Raisin

Nike Women

W Air Max Thea FK 881175-500 Raisin

Regular price $200.00 CAD $120.00 CAD Sale


  • Details

    Combining Nike’s revolutionary Flyknit material with advanced cushioning, the W Air Max Thea FK handles it all with ease.  Built with a Flyknit upper, the W Air Max Thea FK rests on an injected Phylon insert at the forefoot combined with a PU insert over a Max Air heel unit housed by a cored-out midsole.

    • Durable rubber toe & heel placement

    • Core-out midsole unit

    • PU insert over Max Air heel unit

    • Injected Phylon insert at forefoot

    • Nike Flyknit Upper

  • Size
    Nike Women Size US cm Europe UK
    5 22 35.5 2.5
    5.5 22.5 36 3
    6 23 36.5 3.5
    6.5 23.5 37.5 4
    7 24 38 4.5
    7.5 24.5 38.5 5
    8 25 39 5.5
    8.5 25.5 40 6
    9 26 40.5 6.5
    9.5 26.5 41 7
    10 27 42 7.5
  • Return Policy
    Returns or exchanges may be done within 7 days from purchase date. We kindly ask that all valid returns must be in unworn condition with attached tags and packaging. Capsule will not accept any returned merchandise without prior written communication and valid return authorization number. Upon inspection and approval, exchange or store credit will be provided, no refunds. All sale items and discounted merchandise are final sale and cannot be returned.

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Portland, Oregon

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Nike was founded in 1964 as Blue Ribbon Sports by Bill Bowerman, a track-and-field coach at the University of Oregon, and his former student Phil Knight. They opened their first retail outlet in 1966 and launched the Nike brand shoe in 1972. The company was renamed Nike, Inc., in 1978 and went public two years later. By the early 21st century, Nike had retail outlets and distributors in more than 170 countries, and its logo—a curved check mark called the “swoosh”—was recognized throughout the world.