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Cool sport running shoes with MD outsole sport tennis shoes for running men

1. Products Introduction of the sport running shoes

A model designed for the most demanding runners who are always in search of extreme comfort and superior performance. This running shoe boasts cutting-edge technology for outstanding shock absorption. Increased cushioning at every stride makes for an amazingly fluid and powerful run, so you can smash those targets and aim higher than ever before

2. Products Specification

Place of Original

Fujian, China (Mainland)







Art Number



Male shoes


Black, Stone


800 pairs per color, 2-3 colors per style


Upper: 73% Textile Mesh Polyester, 27% Suede Leather

Lining: 76% Textile Mesh Polyester, 17% Full Grain Leather, 7%Synthetic Polyurethane

Insole: Mesh

Outsole: 67% EVA, 33% Rubber

Size Range

41-46 (EU SIZE)


Color box, 12 pairs per carton


Autumn, Winter



3. Products Feature and Application

Ultra breathability, flexibility, cushioning, stability, and grip

4. Products Package

Following your requirement, common packing detail are as below

Inner Packing

Color Box or Poly bag

Box Stickers

Hang tags


Tissue Paper (with or without logo)

Size labels

Composition Labels

More package demands are accepted

Outside Packing

Carton Box

Marks or Carton Stickers

Poly bag inside the carton

Pairs per Carton

Any pairs as request

Box packing: 10 or 12 pairs per carton usually

Poly bag packing: 24 or 36 pairs per carton usually

5. Production, Shipment and Delivery

● Service Type: OEM, ODM are available

● Material: as your request

● Logo: artwork as your demand

● Color: All color you need

● MOQ: 800-1,200 Pairs per color per style, and 2 or 3 colors per style.

● Package: Box or Poly bag are accepted

● Production time: 30-60days depends on the styles

● Samples Development: two weeks

● Supply Ability: 60, 000 pairs per month

6. Our Service

Maximum reply time: 24 hours

7. Our Factory

● Development Department

Our development department develop thousands of samples each year.

● Factory Workshop Review






Dining Room



● Show Room

8. FAQ

Q1: What is the minimum order quantity in your company ? 

For customized logo, in general, the MOQ will be 800-1200 pairs per color, and 2 or 3 colors per style. Sample and small order are both available.

Q2: Any discount for larger quantity?  

Of course, the more quantity the cheaper price it will be, as the material price, last and cutting cost, workers’ wage will all decrease for more quantity. 

Q3: What is the leading time if I place the order?  

1 to 3 days for items in stock;

7 to 10 days for sampling after details confirmed;

30 to 60 days for mass production, it depends on different styles and the total quantity.

Q4: What's your Payment terms?  

T/T: 30% Deposit, 70% balance before shipping, L/C at sight.

9. The history of running shoes from 1970’s to 2000’s


Demand for the specialized shoe showed that consumers were ready for further innovation in footwear. The first big innovation for Nike came in 1972 when Bowerman poured rubber into a waffle iron in his kitchen. This was the birth of the waffle sole as well as the best selling running shoe in the country. Later on that year Bowerman paid a student $35 to deign a trademark for the growing company. He wasn’t thrilled with the “swoosh” that the student came up with but it was to later become the backbone of Nike advertising, a status symbol, and a cultural icon. Nike soon became by far the leader in athletic footwear sales and design.

NASA was not only making strides for the space program during the late 20th century, but was also working with Nike to develop the first air cushioned athletic shoe. Frank Rudy from NASA brought the idea of bags filled with pressurized gas that compress under impact to Nike. The bags absorb shock and cushion the foot. The cushioned were placed in the soles on Nike shoes and are still used today, twenty years later.

The 1976 Montreal Olympics was the first time an athlete was photographed endorsing his running shoes after winning 10,000 meter race. Such public endorsement was well rewarded by the companies which produced the goods.

The first Olympics to be televised wasMexico and promoters wasted no time displaying their brand insignias on the champions for the world to see. Before this; shoe advertisements showing Olympiansreceiving their glittering prizes and wearing branded shoes had to have their faces blotted out. The sight of Tommy Smithphotographed in his Puma Suedes giving the Black Power fist was a powerful image closely identified by many young people around the globe. At this time it was alleged track athletes were given monetary rewards for wearing certain competition shoes.

In 1973 track athlete Steve Profontanebecame the first major track person to wearNikes. When the aerobics explosion took place Reebok saw the market potential and began to make trainers in softer materials and in colours appropriate female tastes. The shoes were less rigid in construction.

During the 1970s running shoes were designed based not only on the type of running the person did, but the running style the runner had. The three running styles that shoes were designed for included neutral runners, supernation runners and pronation runners. The final advancement that running shoes received during the 1970s was the use of ethylene vinyl acetate, also referred to as EVA. This material added an air cushion to the design of a running shoe providing runners with extra cushion and shock absorption when they ran.

1980′s & 1990′s

Nike took advantage of big name sports stars during the 1980′s and 1990′s. Endorsements from people such as Michael Jordan accompanied with the feeling of movement produced by the “swoosh” and the catchy phrase “Just Do It.” The television commercials for Nike portray the same feeling of movement that was the desired effect of the “swoosh”. By choosing sport super stars Nikeappealed to the younger generations who idolized these figures and aspired to “be like Mike”. Nikeadvertising helped to boost sales and create some of the most effective and memorable advertising seen thus far. Athletic shoes were becoming more of a fashion statement than an athletic item.


Today there are many running shoe companies, most with running shoes to suit all styles, surfaces, distances and speed. Some brands make shoes available in different widths to ensure the perfect fit.

Currently, the biggest players in the running shoe industry are: Nike, Adidas, Asics, Reebok, New Balance, Saucony, Mizuno, Brooks and Puma.

Probably the most iconic image of running shoes and running spikes in recent years is Usain Bolt’s GoldenPuma Spikes the Complete Theseus II.