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Nike first conceptualized the idea for mechanical cushioning, in 1984 when then AF1 designer Bruce Kilgore started tinkering with the thought of adding loaded springs into a shoe for added propulsion and energy return. Never quite flushed out, it wasn't until Eric Avar in 1997 that Nike Shox became a reality. The Shox TL debuted in 2003, and still to this day remains one of the most provocative silhouettes in the catalog of Nike Running.