Victory Swim Collection

Sportswear giant Nike announced a new product line called the “Victory Swim Collection.”

The collection, which includes the Nike “Victory Full Coverage Swimsuit” along with swim separate options, like the “Nike Victory Swim Hijab”, the “Nike Victory Swim Tunic Top” and the “Nike Victory Swim Leggings” brings performance innovation to modest swimwear.

The Nike “Victory Swim Collection” will be available globally at select retailers and online on February 1, 2020 at “nike.com.”

A company statement said the design of the Nike “Victory Swim Collection” serves a variety of needs from modesty preferences to sun protection. “It represents Nike’s commitment to inclusive design, providing more women with game-changing innovation to enjoy sport,” it announced.

“The fabric is designed to be lightweight, breathable and fast-drying with UPF40+ sun protection. The full coverage suit will be available along with a separate hijab, tunic top and swim leggings.”

 “The more we listened, the more possibility we saw to serve female athletes in new dimensions,” said Martha Moore with Nike. “As we continue broadening our vision for innovation, we’re excited to inspire more women to see themselves in sport by thinking creatively and designing inclusively.”

Nike is a very “sneaky” and “deceptive” company. Their official marketing for their Islamic “Victory Swim Collection” doesn’t have the guts to use words like “Islamic” and “Muslim”, instead they are calling it “modest swimwear” instead of what it actually is, namely “Muslim swimwear.”

Moreover, what exactly does the word “victory” refer to in the Nike “Victory Swim Collection”?

Is it signifying another “victory” for Muslim female swimmers?
Is it referring to another Muslim “victory” over Islamophobic attitudes?
Is it anticipating a “victory” for Islam to come to power soon?
Is it a “victory” for Sharia Law to finally be instituted?

This is not the first time Nike has moved “sharply” left towards embracing “Islamic” culture. First came the Nike performance Hijab which featured a single-layer pull-on design made from lightweight polyester in dark, neutral colors with tiny holes that make the fabric breathable and opaque.

Nike said it began developing the “hijab” after some athletes complained about wearing a traditional “head scarf” during competition

Earlier this year it was discovered that the word “Allah” was molded into the soles of their new Air Max 270 sneakers, sparking a Muslim outrage calling the logo “blasphemous and offensive” to Muslims and demanding for the recall of  800,000 plus pairs of “holy” shoes.

Despite these threats over Nike “logos” on snickers that Muslims think resemble “Allah” in Arabic, Nike continues to bend over to the “Islamic” supremacists.

Might be worthwhile to remember the parable of the “Scorpion and the Frog.” Because that’s where it’s all headed.

In case you didn’t “got it” here are the “parallels” of this parable to “Islam” and the rest of the “non-Muslim” world:

Scorpions can’t swim, they need to rely on other creatures; Islam has not succeeded and cannot succeed without using others.
The scorpion sought a deceptive alliance with the frog; Islam seeks deceptive alliances with the infidels.
The scorpion cannot help but lie; Islam teaches “taqiyya,” lying to defend or promote Islam.
The scorpion doesn’t care about death; Islam teaches that death is better than life, it is the nature of it.
The frog trusts the scorpion thinking both are alike only to find out they were not compatible in their beliefs.

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