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I, along with many, many others, are utterly at a loss for words for Nike's unacceptable, pathetic, anti-American & foolish decision to cancel the production and sale of this shoe. This is a complete joke that a company that has/had millions of customers would listen to one individual who ruined his own reputation by doing such an unamerican & unpatriotic move in such a public way that you "Nike" is standing beside such a piece of garbage and bowing down to "his beliefs". Well Nike, what about sticking to doing what you were initially planning on doing? You "Nike" followed the advice of a man whose business model is to stir grievance and controversy for its own sake. Suddenly, millions of people who once thought the Betsy Ross flag was just an admirable bit of Americana now associate it with hate groups. But guess what Nike? The Betsy Ross flag, "it doesn't appear on the Anti-Defamation League's list of 179 hate symbols. "It's not a hate symbol, " the Anti-Defamation League's director of investigative research Mark Pitcavage told the Washington Post.
You have lost another lifetime purchaser of all Nike products, unless you get your heads out of you rear ends. I'm sure your company is just going to disregard this complaint, along with all of the others you've received because you don't believe it will impact your company. You may want to begin to think twice about your future business decisions and whom you listen to to persuade you before you react.