What does TZ, ND, CL, QF , HTM and other sneaker terms(suffixes) mean?

1,232
37
Joined Nov 25, 2003
Originally Posted by Mr NikeTalk Sr

Originally Posted by BigPUNoy

What did "IE" mean in regards to the Jordan 11 Low?
lol this question was asked to Tinker at the SC Jordan 11 CMFT release... he didnt even know.
I knew it's been debated over for years on here but I never saw a definitive answer.
  
 
4,639
84
Joined Oct 31, 2005
Originally Posted by heelntoe wit my nyks

^



FSR = Full Size Run

NDC = Nike.com



HTM = Hiroshi Fujiwara, Tinker Hatfield, Mark SMITH. Mark Parker is the CEO.
Whoops, I always get those two mixed up.
 
4,639
84
Joined Oct 31, 2005
Originally Posted by heelntoe wit my nyks

^



FSR = Full Size Run

NDC = Nike.com



HTM = Hiroshi Fujiwara, Tinker Hatfield, Mark SMITH. Mark Parker is the CEO.
Whoops, I always get those two mixed up.
 
653
182
Joined Jul 17, 2009
Originally Posted by BigPUNoy

Originally Posted by Mr NikeTalk Sr

Originally Posted by BigPUNoy

What did "IE" mean in regards to the Jordan 11 Low?
lol this question was asked to Tinker at the SC Jordan 11 CMFT release... he didnt even know.
I knew it's been debated over for years on here but I never saw a definitive answer.
  
I.E. = Internet Exclusive
 
653
182
Joined Jul 17, 2009
Originally Posted by BigPUNoy

Originally Posted by Mr NikeTalk Sr

Originally Posted by BigPUNoy

What did "IE" mean in regards to the Jordan 11 Low?
lol this question was asked to Tinker at the SC Jordan 11 CMFT release... he didnt even know.
I knew it's been debated over for years on here but I never saw a definitive answer.
  
I.E. = Internet Exclusive
 
892
10
Joined Jan 24, 2009
^Don't know about Internet Exclusive, because the XI low i.e.'s were distributed in plenty of stores.
 
892
10
Joined Jan 24, 2009
^Don't know about Internet Exclusive, because the XI low i.e.'s were distributed in plenty of stores.
 
1,232
37
Joined Nov 25, 2003
Originally Posted by devildoc76

^Don't know about Internet Exclusive, because the XI low i.e.'s were distributed in plenty of stores.
Hahaha, and I'm pretty sure nike.com didn't exist in 1995-96 when they dropped. But then again, I'm pretty new to these internets. HAHAHA
 
1,232
37
Joined Nov 25, 2003
Originally Posted by devildoc76

^Don't know about Internet Exclusive, because the XI low i.e.'s were distributed in plenty of stores.
Hahaha, and I'm pretty sure nike.com didn't exist in 1995-96 when they dropped. But then again, I'm pretty new to these internets. HAHAHA
 

abstrakt

Banned
1,353
12
Joined Oct 15, 2008
This is now an information thread.

I.E. is definitely not "Internet Exclusive." Since it bears great resemblance to the original XI, I always thought it stood for "in essence."

PS (in terms of sizing) - Pre-School (11-3)
GS (in terms of sizing) - Grade School (3.5-7)
PE - Player Edition
CW - Colorway
DT - Diamond Turf
ACG - All-Condition Gear
CDP - Countdown Package (Collezione)
VNTG, VTG - Vintage

HoH - House of Hoops
FNL - Finish Line
FL - Foot Locker
NDC - Nike[dot]com
 

abstrakt

Banned
1,353
12
Joined Oct 15, 2008
This is now an information thread.

I.E. is definitely not "Internet Exclusive." Since it bears great resemblance to the original XI, I always thought it stood for "in essence."

PS (in terms of sizing) - Pre-School (11-3)
GS (in terms of sizing) - Grade School (3.5-7)
PE - Player Edition
CW - Colorway
DT - Diamond Turf
ACG - All-Condition Gear
CDP - Countdown Package (Collezione)
VNTG, VTG - Vintage

HoH - House of Hoops
FNL - Finish Line
FL - Foot Locker
NDC - Nike[dot]com
 
1,819
11
Joined Oct 15, 2006
Originally Posted by Stixx

Hmmm very informative so how about the "B"

Not the "B" used in Air Force Max B but the "B" used in Nike Dunk Low Pro B

or are they the same??
B means the same thing as a + does in Retro+


not sure if that helps but yeah.. it basically means a new colorway of a retro shoe.
 
1,819
11
Joined Oct 15, 2006
Originally Posted by Stixx

Hmmm very informative so how about the "B"

Not the "B" used in Air Force Max B but the "B" used in Nike Dunk Low Pro B

or are they the same??
B means the same thing as a + does in Retro+


not sure if that helps but yeah.. it basically means a new colorway of a retro shoe.
 
1,556
11
Joined Apr 6, 2009
Originally Posted by BigPUNoy

Originally Posted by devildoc76

^Don't know about Internet Exclusive, because the XI low i.e.'s were distributed in plenty of stores.
Hahaha, and I'm pretty sure nike.com didn't exist in 1995-96 when they dropped. But then again, I'm pretty new to these internets. HAHAHA
 
1,556
11
Joined Apr 6, 2009
Originally Posted by BigPUNoy

Originally Posted by devildoc76

^Don't know about Internet Exclusive, because the XI low i.e.'s were distributed in plenty of stores.
Hahaha, and I'm pretty sure nike.com didn't exist in 1995-96 when they dropped. But then again, I'm pretty new to these internets. HAHAHA
 
273
10
Joined Sep 30, 2009
Originally Posted by johngotty


HTM -- Hiroshi Fujiwara, Tinker Hatfield, and Mark Parker

I've never kept up w/most of the chemistry symbols associated w/Nike though. 
^  Partially incorrect. HTM designs are done by Hiroshi, Tinker, and Mark Smith. 
The HTM2 included Mark Parker. 
 
273
10
Joined Sep 30, 2009
Originally Posted by johngotty


HTM -- Hiroshi Fujiwara, Tinker Hatfield, and Mark Parker

I've never kept up w/most of the chemistry symbols associated w/Nike though. 
^  Partially incorrect. HTM designs are done by Hiroshi, Tinker, and Mark Smith. 
The HTM2 included Mark Parker. 
 
Top Bottom
  AdBlock Detected

Sure, ad-blocking software does a great job at blocking ads, but it also blocks some useful and important features of our website. For the best possible site experience please take a moment to disable your AdBlocker or head over to our upgrade page to donate for an ad-free experience Upgrade now