Muslim women always find a new way to try something new Islamically, this time Nike has done it all. Nike Hijab for Muslim Athletes has launched to prove that this company will do everything for its potential customers.
Zahra Lari was the one to test this Nike Hijab. Lari posted photos of herself wearing Nike hijab on her Instagram page. She is from Abu Dhabi and represents the United Arab Emirates.
“Can’t believe this is finally here!!” she wrote.
Can’t believe this is finally here!! I’m super super excited to announce the Nike Pro hijab !! So proud to be part of this incredible journey 💪🏼 #nikewomen #girlpower #Repost @vivienneballa with @repostapp ・・・ New Nike ‘Pro Hijab’ campaign out today. Featuring Zahra Lari 🖤 _____________ #nike #nikewomen #campaign #prohijab #hijab #justdoit _____________ 📸: @viviennesballa
“The Nike Pro Hijab has been a year in the making, but its impetus can be traced much further back to Nike’s founding mission, to serve athletes, with the signature addendum: If you have a body, you’re an athlete,” the brand said in a statement.
This Nike scarf is light, stretchable and includes tiny holes for breath-ability. According to the reports, it has three colors: black, vast gray and obsidian
First time Muslim players wore headscarves during FIFA event. Also Soccer’s international governing body lifted a ban on covering head in 2014, recognizing Muslim and Sikh players. Beyond bans, there was an issue of comfort. Female Muslim athletes have struggled to not distract from physical exercise and Nike company new Hijab project will urge every women to perform the best. Nike Hijab for Muslim Athletes have resolved problems for Muslim sportswomen. In fact, this act is very appreciable.
Known as Nike Pro Hijab, it will be in sales in 2018.