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Nike should amend the font style of Air.

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Submitted by sania khan (Pakistan), Nov 21, 2009 at 11:35

Just to avoid the confusion, I would suggest Nike designers to change the font style of Air to make it clear to the readers. in the picture which i have seen on internet, word in the first looks gives impression as written Allah. the word air looks like written in arabic style font. that's why it is creating that impression to readers.

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