Nike Inadvertently Makes The Best Mass Effect Shoe Line Ever With N7 Showcase
Recently, Mass Effect celebrated its ten year anniversary with this year’s instance of N7 Day, or November 7th. BioWare recognized this special occasion by looking back at the past decade of the sci-fi franchise’s history. The Mass Effect franchise has seen its fair share of merchandise produced in tandem with its rising popularity, even with clothing displaying the iconic N7 vocational code from the game that would make wearers feel like a Systems Alliance member. Now, Nike has unintentionally created a Mass Effect shoe and clothing line with their N7 Showcase that will allow for athletic Mass Effect fans to perform faster and feel like Commander Shepard simultaneously.
Nike has highly promoted their new N7 shoe and clothing collection, which is meant to support the company’s N7 fund that will support underprivileged Native American and Aboriginal youth in North America with athletic resources and experiences. The new clothing and shoes in this collection all feature the N7 logo created for this promotion, which of course will remind Mass Effect fans of the coding applied to Alliance members in the Special Forces.
A lot of the athletic apparel also happens to have a red, black and white color scheme, which Mass Effect players might find not terribly dissimilar to the uniforms and armor worn by Commander Shepard in the original trilogy of Mass Effect games. While it’s certainly not likely Nike meant to connect their clothing so much to the BioWare series, hopefully they do benefit their important charitable cause with sales of the new clothes and shoes to Mass Effect lovers looking for some N7 flair for their athletic ware. What do you guys think about this unintentional Mass Effect shoe and clothing line? Let us know in the comments below!
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