Whenever I am offered the opportunity to work on a post that’s got something to do with fitness, I jump at the chance. I do this because writing about exercise forces me to think about exercise. It makes me assess where I am at, and allows me to consider what I can do differently/better from now on.
I’ve worked with Nike before, when I did a series of posts about the Nike Training Club App last summer. This time around, Nike asked me to try out the <Nike ID App on Facebook.
NikeID is Nike’s fully customizable experience for footware, athletic apparel and equipment, and with the facebook app, you can easily create a unique pair of Nike Free Run iD shoes. I found using the app to be easy and fun: you can choose colors for every aspect of the sneakers from the swoosh to the laces…so basically, you are designing a shoe that is all your own.
My daughter insisted on creating my sneakers for me. I would have kept things a bit simpler, but she thought I should get shoes that would stand out. I think these qualify, don’t you?
In exchange for sharing my experience with the app, I will receive a complimentary pair of NikeIDs. I am very excited about this, because as the weather gets nicer around here, I am starting to think about embarking on a running program again. I used to run quite a bit but gave it up a couple of years ago. I miss it, so I can’t wait to get my new sneakers and put them to use.
Brand Statement: NIKEiD is the ultimate customization experience and allows our consumers to take their unique inspiration and express it within our Nike product, which results in a perfect intersection: personalized looks on the best performance athletic performance gear in the world.
Disclosure Statement: Compensation was provided by Nike via Glam Media. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Nike.