Nike Donates 30,000 Pairs Of The Air Zoom Pulse To Frontline COVID-19 Health Workers
Nike continues its philanthropic and charitable work during the COVID-19 pandemic by donating 30,000 pairs of Nike Air Zoom Pulses to healthcare workers around the world. The Nike Air Zoom Pulse is a relatively unknown model that the brand released back in November 2019 and made specifically for nurses, doctors, and other healthcare workers who spend long hours on their feet. The sneaker is now being reintroduced to the world at the perfect time and given to those same workers for whom this shoe designed for.
The sneaker features a slip-on construction with a breathable yet plush mesh upper and full-length Zoom in the midsole encapsulated by a rubber outsole. The upper of the shoe is covered in a protective coating as well, allowing for easy cleaning of the clog style shoe. Pairs will be distributed to healthcare workers in the following cities: Barcelona, Chicago, Laakdal, London, Los Angeles, Memphis, Milan, New York City, and Paris.
For an up to date timeline covering the effects of COVID-19 on the sneaker industry, check out our ongoing coverage here.
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