Nike Uniforms - The Definitive Guide

Nike is one of the most recognized brands worldwide. See the ultimate guide that contains everything you need to know to start selling Nike products. Nike is one of the most recognized brands worldwide. See the ultimate guide that contains everything you need to know to start selling Nike products.

Nike Uniforms - The Definitive Guide

“Run the day. Don’t let it run you.” - Nike

Nike started as a shoe manufacturer in 1964. Since then, this multinational corporation has become the most significant sports apparel company in the world.

Nike’s premium products elevate the reputation of any business that carries the brand.

That power of the brand is now in your hands. Take advantage of Nike’s brand identity and pulling power. Your clients will love associating their company with Nike, and the brand ultimately sells itself.

Why Add Nike To Your Brands?

Nike’s logo is powerful.

When you showcase Nike in your showroom, your website and your marketing, you benefit from all that comes with the brand’s recognition and emotional pull, along with an elevated perception of quality.

It’s a premium product, meaning it won’t convert to the budget-conscious, but everyone’s ears ‘prick up’ when you tell them you can source Nike.

It grabs attention. It’s a marketing dream come true.

Nike Uniform vs Retail – what’s the difference?

Nike uniforms often come with the Nike logo on the sleeve, leaving the chest open for decoration and all-important brand association. Where Nike is displayed on the left chest, the right chest and sleeves are open.

It’s worth noting that as part of the agreement, you must add the customer’s logo to all Nike uniforms before they are sold. It’s Nike’s way of separating their uniform side from retail.

The fundamental difference between the uniform range vs retail is that retail is seasonal. That’s fine if you’re looking to rock a unique look on the street, but for uniforming, the fact that styles come and go every season isn’t good.

The styles, colours, and sizes in the uniform range are available in large quantity and made to last years, not months. Meaning, your team’s look can become… uniformed.

Also – good luck to your customer finding 30 blue, size mediums in a typical retail set-up.

What About Samples?

Nike samples come with a grommet, an epic little swing tag with all product info (sizing, material) and colours available, meaning you only need one sample to represent that product’s range.

You can grab a grommeted sample at 50% off the wholesale price. If you’re keen to grab some, enter your email in the form below, and we’ll be in touch to get you started.

Which Products Should I Start With?

Here are our best sellers in 3 - 4 price ranges: good, better, best and premium.

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How Should I Price The Range?

As a premium product, Nike requires a strategic approach to pricing. As a guide, please read how to price premium products (without losing the sale).

You can view the full Nike range here.