Nike Apologizes For Naming A Pair OF SB’s ‘Black and Tan’

By in Fashion on March 16, 2012

Nike has apologized for naming a pair of Nike SB they just released Black and Tan” so close to St Patrick’s Day a nod to a popular beverage made from mixing stout and pale ale. The controversy stems from a brutal British paramilitary unit sent to suppress Irish revolutionaries in the early 1920s who were called the “Black and Tans” who where widely associated with merciless mistreatment of civilians.


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