Fashion Brands endorsed by Cristiano Ronaldo

Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the highest paid athletes in the world. Forbes ranked the Portugal superstar as the third-highest paid athlete overall and the second-highest-paid football player in 2018. Here is a list of all the brands that internationally celebrated sportsman and style icon endorses.

Nike

In 2016, Nike announced a lifetime deal with global football icon Cristiano Ronaldo worth $1 Billion. It is only the third lifetime deal for the sports giant after LeBron James and Michael Jordan.

CR7 Cristiano Ronaldo Luxury Underwear

In November 2013, Cristiano in cooperation with the New York fashion designer Richard Chai and Scandinavian manufacturer JBS Textile Group, co-designed a range of underwear and sock line. CR7 represents Cristiano Ronaldo’s initials that are followed by his jersey number.

CR7 Cristiano Ronaldo Footwear

In April 2015, Cristiano Ronaldo launched a high-end yet accessible formal footwear collection, advancing his growing luxury fashion brand. CR7 Footwear delivers a range of styles and features his love of superior craftsmanship, premium quality, and modern yet classic style at the heart of the brand. Each CR7 Footwear piece is hand-crafted in Portugal by highly experienced footwear artisans and enables the style-conscious to truly step into CR7’s shoes. CR7 Footwear’s collection is divided into Basic, Premium, and Luxury collections for both men and boys with unique and varied styles including hand-sewn moccasins, trendy loafers, urban oxford shoes, real blake stitched classic derby shoes, colored desert boots, and authentic Goodyear welted styles.

CR7 Cristiano Ronaldo Blankets

In 2016, Cristiano Ronaldo signed a three-year partnership with Elite Team, an exclusive distributor of Denali® luxury sports blankets, to create an exclusive line of signature CR7 luxury blankets.

Tag Heuer

In 2014, Cristiano Ronaldo signed a personal endorsement deal with Tag Heuer, a widely-known Swiss watch brand, joining an illustrious roster of Tag Heuer sports stars and celebrities including WTA tennis champion Maria Sharapova, film actors Leonardo DiCaprio and Cameron Diaz, World Rally Champion Sébastien Ogier, Formula One World Champion Jenson Button, and 2013 America’s Cup winner Oracle Team USA.

TOP SPORTS SHOE BRANDS IN THE WORLD (PART 1)

The most popular sports shoe brands are always competing to outdo each other with the most advanced shoe-making technology to give their customers the sports shoe that can fulfill all their requirements. Here are the top 10 most popular sports shoe brands in the world.

Nike

Nike

Nike with the spirit of “Just do it” that the world widely knows today was born in 1964 in the United States. Formerly known as Blue Ribbon Sports, it was formed by William Jay “Bill” Bowerman and Phil Knight. The company changed its name to Nike in 1978, taking the name of the god in Greek mythology, a symbol of victory.

Up to now, Nike has not only been known as a successful global shoe brand but also has been considered as a symbol of American culture and style. The brand provides a full range of shoes for all sports, focusing on the technological improvements and functional optimization to best support the strong movement of users.

Adidas

Adidas

When mentioning Nike, it’s impossible not to mention its rival – Adidas. Like Nike, you can buy Adidas anywhere – on soccer fields, at schools, or in a commercial center.

“All Day I Dream About Sport” is the way Adidas interpret each letter in its name. From the very beginning, Adidas has conquered the hearts of many famous athletes and hip hop artists all over the world. Today, Adidas – the pride of Germany – is the leading brand both in sports and fashion.

Puma

Puma

As a brand that directly competes with Adidas, Puma is one of the world’s leading sports shoe brands with stores appearing in more than 120 countries. The brand is famous for bringing the best products designed for the fastest athletes. The company’s distinctive leopard logo make people look more personality.

Since 2007, Puma has gradually sold its shares to the leading French retailer – PPR (Kering Group) until officially “going home” with Gucci, Yves Saint Laurent, Balenciaga.