Nike’s new Islamic Victory Swim Collection will include a full-coverage swimsuit and a swim hijab. The collection “brings performance innovation to modest swimwear.”
Nike has announced the upcoming launch in February of its new and oddly entitled Victory Swim Collection featuring Islamic swimsuits and hijabs for Muslims, and that leads me to ask a question. What exactly does the word ‘victory‘ here refer to? Is it signifying a ‘victory’ of the Muslim swimmer over the water? Is it referring to a Muslim victory over America? Is it anticipating a Democratic win in 2020 that would mean Islam could then come to power and that Sharia Law could finally be instituted? I think this is a very real and very important question that every patriot should be asking. What is the ‘victory‘ in the Nike Victory Swim Collection?
“And the angel of the LORD said unto her, Behold, thou art with child, and shalt bear a son, and shalt call his name Ishmael; because the LORD hath heard thy affliction. And he will be a wild man; his hand will be against every man, and every man’s hand against him; and he shall dwell in the presence of all his brethren.” Genesis 16:11,12 (KJV)
This is not the first time Nike has moved sharply left towards embracing Islamic culture, far from it. Back in January of this year, it was discovered that the word ‘Allah’ was woven into the soles of their new Air Max 270 sneakers, sparking outrage and a petition on Change.org that garnered 49,174 signatures to date. My signature just made it 49,175. Click here to add your name now. Right now, thank you.
Nike is very sneaky. Their official marketing for their Islamic Victory Swim Collection doesn’t have the guts to use words like “Islamic” and “Muslim”, instead they are calling it “modest swimwear” instead of what it is, Muslim swimwear. Just remember the parable of the frog sitting in cool but rapidly heating water, remember how he wound up. Because that’s where it’s all headed.
New Nike Islamic swimwear line includes swim hijab
FROM KTUU.COM: “The more we listened, the more possibility we saw to serve female athletes in new dimensions,” said Martha Moore with Nike. “As we continue broadening our vision for innovation, we’re excited to inspire more women to see themselves in sport by thinking creatively and designing inclusively.”
The collection, which includes the Nike Victory Full-Coverage Swimsuit along with swim separate options — the Nike Victory Swim Hijab, the Nike Victory Swim Tunic Top and the Nike Victory Swim Leggings — brings performance innovation to modest swimwear. The Nike Victory Swim Collection is available February 1 on nike.com and at select retailers globally.
The fabric is designed to be lightweight, breathable and fast-drying. The suits also have a high ultraviolet skin protection factor, according to Nike. The full-coverage suit is available along with a separate hijab, tunic top and swim leggings.
The new swim options follow Nike’s release of a performance hijab for Muslim women athletes in 2017. Nike said it began developing the hijab after some Muslim athletes complained about wearing a traditional headscarf during competition.
“Too often, athletes said, swimwear presented a barrier, rather than a conduit, to enjoying the water,” Nike said. READ MORE
Introducing the Nike Islamic Victory Swim Collection | Nike
The Islamic Victory Swim Collection from Nike is chilling, just imaging when this becomes mandatory in America.
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