I have always been a big fan of good commercials and if there is one brand that keeps impressing me with their commercials it's gotta be nike, everytime they come up with something so amazing, check it out!
I know there is a lot more amazing commercials from nike so let's share, post the ones you like on the comment and let's make this a big list.
Nike:Take It To The Next Level - Directors Cut
This is the best nike commercial I have seen so far. How do you take a football ad to the Next Level? You let director Guy Ritchie put his own 3 min version together. Enjoy. See more at Nikefootball.com
Nike: Leave Nothing
This is possibly the most adrenalyne pumping commercial for football fans ever. Directed by Michael Mann, this commercial stars Shawne Merriman (San Diego Chargers)and Steven Jackson (St. Louis Rams). The music is the song "Promentory" from The Last of the Mohicans.
Nike: Lebron James 2008 (Chalk)
LeBrons takes on this Nike Commercial and just make is so beautiful, The ad campaign, produced in cooperation with Portland, Ore.-based advertising agency Wieden+Kennedy is part of Nikes integrated marketing and communication support for LeBrons latest signature sneaker the Zoom LeBron VI.
Nike: Good vs. Evil
This is an old one but a really good commercial you provably remember the commercial where the good guys (the allstar players of Europe) take on devil figures and beast them.
I thinks this is part of a series of commercials, but it's a great one as well.
This is really cool and it's something that you don't see very often on nike commercials, so it's definitely worth taking a look.
Nike: Soccer vs Ninjas
This commercial is kind of old but It's one of those that never get out of my memories, full of soccer stars of the time and a lot of ninjas as well.
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