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Nike RED Laces - Lace Up, Save Lives

LACE UP. SAVE LIVES. DESIGNED TO FIGHT AIDS IN AFRICA.

Kitbag.com are proud to be supporting Nike and (RED) in their campaign to leverage the power of sport to fight HIV/AIDS through a focus on two initiatives: education and medication.

The RED campaign launched by NIKE will contribute 100% of its profits from the sale of each pair of (NIKE)RED LACES to the Global Fund (www.theglobalfund.org ) and to support football-based programs to help fight AIDS in Africa. Visit NIKEFOOTBALL.COM/RED for more information.

The Nike (RED) Laces are available for free Worldwide delivery when purchased on their own.

The laces are available in three sizes: Small (90cm), Medium (105cm) and Large (120cm)

Suggested sizes for NIKE football boots
T90 90cm to 105cm
CTR360 90cm to 105cm
Mercurial 105cm to 120cm

Price is £3.60 if you use 10% link in Vouchers
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Free Worldwide delivery when purchased on their own.
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I like the idea, but two things nag:

1) if they divert 100% of the profit to charity then thats a fair bit of cash seeing as their profit margins are quite high, but

2) why don't they try diverting the profit to their own workers in the first instance to improve the standard of living in their countries?

Good post, just not sure whether I can square Nike's ethics away...
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I like the idea, but two things nag:

1) if they divert 100% of the profit to charity then thats a fair bit of cash seeing as their profit margins are quite high, but

2) why don't they try diverting the profit to their own workers in the first instance to improve the standard of living in their countries?

Good post, just not sure whether I can square Nike's ethics away...


agreed this is just taking the **** IMO. Doing some good and shouting about it, when their products are made in unfair ways, there's no need for sugar coating.

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