With Bo Jackson, John McEnroe, and later Andre Agassi, Nike found a winning roster to endorse the Air Trainer models. With its consistent performance by wearers who needed stability in a variety of environments and the undeniable innovation in styling, the Air Trainer 1 remains among the most recognizable in the Nike catalog. And those who know the history of Nike Trainers are aware of the slew of beautiful releases of popular models like the Air Trainer SC (Bo’s signature model), the Air Trainer SC III, the Air Trainer TW II (released by Supreme in 4 colorways) and the Air Trainer Maxâ€”all of which would not have been possible without Tinker Hatfield’s masterful design of the Air Trainer 1.
Original 1987 deadstock Nike Air Trainer SC II Low
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