Union x Nike Cortez ‘Sesame’ | Draws Now Closed!

This year is a strong year when it comes to anniversaries… Not only is it Footpatrol 20th anniversary but there are also some special silhouettes that are celebrating huge milestones. Most notably, the Cortez! The Cortez this year turns 50, yes 50 and with this latest introduction we’re hoping it signals just the start of collaborations and retros for what is such an iconic shape and style.

So, to celebrate this 50th anniversary, Nike team up with good friends UNION L.A. who reimagine the upper with a vintage, cultural twist. With its woven overlays and subtle colour palette that pays tribute to the visual tones of Los Angeles, its a collaboration that instantly takes you back in time.

PLEASE TAKE TIME TO READ THE BELOW!

The London in-store draw is now CLOSED!

The ONLINE draw is live over on the Footpatrol app, CLICK HERE to download!

To enter, you’re required to sign up via the above forms, these WON’T be available in-store to sign up on. 

In-store winners will be contacted via email informing them of their win. Within this email, winners will be given a set of dates in which they must collect their win from our London store. To collect, you will need to provide the winning email and a valid photographic government ID matching the winners name. NO ONE can collect on the winners behalf. Failure to provide this, or failure to collect within the given dates will mean failure to purchase your win.

To sign up to the Online draw, you will need to download the Footpatrol Launches app and complete a pre-authorisation payment of the retail price of the product plus shipping costs. This will be held until draw completion. Those successful will have their draw win posted out to the address entered during sign up. Those unsuccessful will see a return of their funds, this can take up to 5 working days from when the winners have been drawn. The draw is limited to one entry per household! Multiple entries will be cancelled!

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