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The Week in Footwear: Nike CEO Condemns Trump’s Refugee Plan

Shoes of Prey names new execs in effort to ramp up sales

Shoes of Prey, the customizable shoe brand, adds some new names to its list of executives. (Read More)

Keds teams up with Minnie Mouse for girl power

Move over Mickey, Minnie Mouse gets some major female empowerment in the latest Keds x Disney collaboration. (Read More)

Rockport Group CEO Bob Infantino on maintaining a major comfort portfolio

Boston-based Rockport set the standard for comfort footwear nearly 45 years ago. (Read More)

Tamaris debuts new insole technology for heel lovers

Tamaris believes it has the answer to the age-old question of what makes a heel comfortable. (Read More)

Nike CEO condemns Trump’s refugee plan

Nike CEO Mark Parker denounced the President’s ban, and reinforced Nike’s welcoming policy in a Sunday afternoon memo to employees. (Read More) shuts down without notice

The Vancouver-based online shoe retailer announced Wednesday without notice that it was shutting down its operations immediately. (Read More)

Microsoft launches Super Bowl cleat design contest

Super Bowl LI is shaping up to be a big game for shoe addicts. (Read More)