HISTORY OF M1300 SINCE 1985

2015
  • 2015 OVERVIEW

    Label font, color and “NB” logo match the original design.

    Inspired by the original, the front stitch is designed in a rectangle shape.

    The heel features an updated version of ENCAP® technology and the iconic double stitch design inspired by the original.

    Just like the original, it features the same sole pattern, logo design and the latest Vibram® outsole technology.

    Logo features the same stitching details from 1985.

    There were two versions of the original label. This label is designed according to the “B” version and features the same text, font and stitching detail, with the only difference being the font color.

  • 2010 OVERVIEW

    Label font, color and "NB" logo match the original design.

    Inspired by the original, the front stitch is designed in a rectangle shape.

    The heel features an updated version of ENCAP® technology and the iconic double stitch design inspired by the original.

    Just like the original, it features the same sole pattern, logo design and Vibram® outsole technology.

    Logo features the same stitching details from 1985.

    This label is designed according to the “A” version of the original and features the same font, stitching detail and most of the same text, without the patent information.

  • 2005 OVERVIEW

    Label font and color match the original design. The “NB” logo is in the 8-bar design.

    Inspired by the original, the front stitch is designed in a rectangle shape with just a slight variation.

    The heel features an updated version of ENCAP® technology and the iconic double stitch design inspired by the original.

    Although the outsole pattern is similar to the original, the NB” logo is in the 8-bar design. It also does not feature Vibram® technology.

    Unlike the original, the logo design is more streamlined and features angular stitching details.

    This label features the original “B” version with slight variations to text placement and spacing.

  • 2000 OVERVIEW

    This features an updated “NB” logo design and a different font treatment for the “1300” style name.

    The front stitch resembles a half moon shape.

    The heel features an updated version of ENCAP® technology and a single stitch design.

    It features the original sole pattern, but the “NB” logo is in the 8-bar design. It also does not feature Vibram® technology.

    Unlike the original, the logo design is more streamlined and features angular stitching details.

    The label design is completely changed to feature product details and a bar code.

  • 1995 OVERVIEW

    This features the “NB” 8-bar logo design and a different font treatment for the “1300” style name.

    The front stitch resembles a half moon shape, rather than the original rectangle.

    The heel features an updated version of ENCAP® technology and a single stitch design.

    Although the outsole pattern is similar to the original, the “NB” logo is in the 8-bar design. It also does not feature Vibram® technology.

    Unlike the original, the logo design is more streamlined and features angular stitching details.

    This label features the original “B” version with slight variations to text placement and spacing. Next to the label are stamped-on manufacturing details.

1985
  • 1985 OVERVIEW

    The original features a unique font treatment and the 14-bar “NB” logo.

    The front stitch is designed in a rectangle shape.

    The heel features the original ENCAP® technology and a double stitch design.

    It features Vibram® technology with the “NB” logo in the 5-bar design.

    It is a wide design with slightly rounded stitching details.

    There were two versions of the original label. The font style is the same for both, but font color and the text are slightly varied for each.