Collection: NIKE

Vintage Nike Wholesale

Ideal for retail store owners from brick-and-mortar boutiques to online ecommerce businesses and independent sellers on platforms like Etsy, eBay, and Depop who purchase vintage clothing in bulk to resell.

Our collection of authentic vintage Nike clothing is available wholesale in bundles and bales, ready to ship for immediate resale.

At Vintage Wholesale Supply, our Nike collection includes a diverse range of high-quality, genuine items ideal for retail. Key offerings include:
•    Jackets: Including windbreakers and puffer jackets.
•    Sweatshirts and Hoodies: Comfortable and stylish options.
•    T-Shirts: Classic Nike t-shirts.
•    Track Pants/Jogging Bottoms: Durable and practical for sportswear.

Who are Nike?

Nike, Inc., originally founded as Blue Ribbon Sports by Phil Knight and Bill Bowerman in 1964, was renamed Nike in 1971 after the Greek goddess of victory. The company initially served as a distributor for the Japanese shoe maker Onitsuka Tiger (now ASICS). The famous Nike "Swoosh" logo, designed by Carolyn Davidson for $35, became one of the world's most recognizable symbols.

Nike's rise to prominence in the athletic world was significantly bolstered by its innovative product designs and strategic marketing. The introduction of the Air technology in the late 1970s and the launch of the Air Jordan line in 1984 were pivotal moments. The Air Jordan 1, associated with basketball legend Michael Jordan, revolutionized the sneaker industry and helped establish Nike as a dominant force in both sportswear and popular culture.

Nike's influence extends far beyond athletics into the realms of fashion and lifestyle. The brand's collaborations with high-profile athletes and celebrities have been key in merging sportswear with streetwear. The "Just Do It" campaign, launched in 1988, exemplified Nike's ability to blend motivational messages with marketing, appealing to a broad audience beyond just athletes.

Nike's partnerships with designers and artists, such as Virgil Abloh, have further cemented its status in the fashion world. The Off-White x Nike collaborations brought high fashion aesthetics to classic Nike silhouettes, appealing to both sneaker enthusiasts and fashion-forward consumers. The limited releases and exclusive drops have cultivated a robust sneakerhead culture, where Nike sneakers are not only athletic gear but also coveted fashion items.

Nike has also made strides in sustainability, introducing products made from recycled materials and focusing on reducing its environmental impact. This commitment aligns with the growing consumer demand for sustainable fashion and enhances Nike's reputation as a forward-thinking brand.

Overall, Nike's ability to innovate in product design, execute savvy marketing campaigns, and collaborate with diverse cultural icons has solidified its position as a powerhouse in both the sports and fashion industries.