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Starting with the outsole, they got this phylon/phylite outsole in green with the rubber traction pods in black, both in the forefoot and heel. They placed these rubber traction pods in a spiky herringbone pattern of sorts, and it placed where your foot usually strikes the ground, which is that heel and forefoot area. This outsole also features Nike Flex, which is basically the flex grooves or segmented areas in black with lines where it gives your foot that free range of motion and flexibility.
Perhaps the most compelling example of leadership in this convoluted story came from leaders of various religions, including Jews, Catholics, Presbyterians, Baptists, Episcopalians, Mormons, Sufis, and Muslims. These leaders put their religious differences aside to issue a joint statement supporting the construction of the mosque. Their reasoning was simple: at one time or another, every faith has been “denied its right.” Rather than continue the cycle, they argue, Americans of all faiths have the opportunity to be an example of religious tolerance for the rest of the world.