Cricket boots, pair, leather, manufactured by Nike in Indonesia, [1995]

Made by Nike in Indonesia, 1995.

Since the advent of World Series cricket in the late 1970s, many cricketers have become full time professionals. Consequently there has been an expanded market for the manufacture of specialist cricket gear.

This pair of boots will be used with the pair in the collection from the 1930s (95/205/1) to show changes of style.

Summary

Object No.

2003/102/7

Physical Description

Cricket boots, pair, leather, manufactured by Nike in Indonesia, [1995]

Pair of Nike white cricket boots with black edging around the opening, a black tick on the quarters and the manufcturer's logo on the heel. A tick against cricket stumps in rubber is sewn onto the tongue. There are punch holes on the vamp. The shoelaces are white. The soles are white with sections painted green. The manufacturer's logo, a white tick against a black background, is painted at the centre of the sole. Rounded spikes are moulded into the sole. A plastic label detailing shoe sizes and place of make is sewn onto the tongue.

Dimensions

Height

125 mm

Width

110 mm

Production

Notes

These shoes were made by Nike, Indonesia in 1995.

Made

Nike 1995

Source

Credit Line

Purchased 2003

Acquisition Date

26 June, 2003

Cite this Object

Harvard

Cricket boots, pair, leather, manufactured by Nike in Indonesia, [1995] 2015, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 22 January 2018, <https://ma.as/11787>

Wikipedia

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