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The Truth About Nike Plus Size Mannequins

June 11 2019 | CeCe Olisa
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Nike XXL Sizes

I’ve been buying Nike in XL and XXL sizing since I was a size 24/28. They fit fine, but they definitely fit more comfortably now that I”m a size 18. If you like this look click here to get it all, head to toe.

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What did you think of the Nike plus size mannequin when you saw it?

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17 responses on “The Truth About Nike Plus Size Mannequins

  1. Leighann Blackwood

    What’s disgusting is the fact that she’s all “concerned” about the “health” of fat people, but when a company inclusively supports ALL of its consumers’ right to quality exercise clothing that supports and fits, regardless of size or shape, she has a problem 🤔

  2. Jen

    I take so much pride in my workouts. I’ve been doing yoga for years I love to dance and cycling is my thing also. Before people were jumping on a bandwagon or getting mad that fat people are indeed active ,always been , I never felt a threat until I was faced with buying items that would enhance my workout. People are hilarious and it makes no sense that she had to be that over opinionated about this. Guess I’m going to buy another pair of Nike leggings cus that’s all she caused me to do. Support them more. Girl bye. Who has time for her negativity? I’m more worried about why this bakery is out of plain bagels and why they don’t sale egg ones lol. Great response as always. Keep doing you , I keep doing me and we live our lives with me wearing my bright blue beyond yoga pants lol.

    1. Kamira

      I’m plus size too and so glad the people on the comments got Tanya All the way together! Feel sorry for people who are so blindly ignorant…moving on. I commend NIke for always having their ear to the ground with their consumer. It’s no coincidence they help set the trends and willing to take chances to support the people vs. what everyone else is doing. This is my first glimpse at a plus size mannequin and I think it’s great! The posture and pose communicates she’s ready for motion. Kiddos to NIke. Coincidentally I just bought my first pair of Nikes this week. Trying to get fit and practice better self care. Awesome post CeCe! Congrats on being a NIke ambassador too!

  3. TESS MUSHAKA

    I LOVE THIS . I THINK IGNORANCE SHOULD BE IGNORED , I’m so happy about this Nike body positive initiative and i’m happy that ordinary people like you are constantly spreading love and kindness

  4. Diane

    Whoever this Tanya Gold woman is she is certainly laughable. How can you rant on about pre-diabetes, obesity and whatnot and in the same breath be shouting down the fact that Nike are creating clothing for plus size women who want to exercise. So even if a size 24 woman IS prediabetic what might she want to do?? Um let me think- EXERCISE. What kind of clothes does a size 24 woman need to clothe herself in to do this exercise? Ah yes, size 24 workout gear. So where is the problem? Tanya Gold just like to see her words onscreen but she needs to step away from the computer with her daft self.

  5. LP

    Thank you for a great article! I guess some think that plus size woman should be relegated to the over-sized t-shirts and baggie pants until their body is suitable for public viewing -not!

  6. Stephanie Janai

    Very well stated CeCe!!! I’m so excited that brands are starting to open up to the plus size community! I’m also excited that the people are giving it to Tayna Gold 👏🏿👏🏿👏🏿. Someone is always going to have something negative to say, but how are you negative about someone trying to get in shape, be fit, loose weight, or whatever our reasons are to be active. Makes no sense!

  7. Tracy

    She’s complaining about us having representation because it encourages health issues. Bitch! We need work out clothes so we DON’T develop health issues. Or would Heathen, I mean Heather, just hope we all roll over and die? If a mannequin sets her off I wonder what me walking next to her in a dressing room, or sitting across from her at a restaurant with a hot date, or walking by her at a beach in a bikini would do. We’re not going no where Heathen, I mean Heather. Nike has chosen us over your isolated thinking. Sis Cece may have taken the higher road, but I’m still working on myself. Lol You should do the same Heathen, I mean Heather.

  8. Pamela Allen

    Hi Cece….this is an awesome post. Thanks for going High when she went low. I was so glad to find a fitness class with everyone looking like me size 16 and up and not a size 2. Plus size women can do just as much if not more than a petite size women.

  9. Christine

    It’s sad because I always look to faceless plastic mannequins for my health advice. 😂

    You’re so fierce, CeCe! ❤️

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