Bo Jackson made a career off of making opposing linebackers and pitchers pay for their mistakes, and now his Nike Air Trainer 1 sneakers are getting paid. The upcoming Nike Air Trainer 1 PRM "Paid in Full" takes the classic workout model and presents it in premium fashion with an array of materials and prints. A black tumbled leather upper is paired with a nylon tongue and synthetic overlays, which are painted in a royal, dollar bill-inspired print. Gold detailing, including "One" stamps on the cross-straps, combine with a translucent speckled outsole to finish off this premium AT 1. Check out our detailed look below, and scoop a pair June 7th for $120.
We've seen the "Paid in Full" Free Trainer 5.0 release, and now we have more details regarding the launch of its Nike Air Trainer 1 counterpart. Set to debut on June 7, the "Paid in Full" Air Trainer 1 carries the cash money theme with intricate designs pulled from the dollar bill and premium materials throughout. Gold accents complete the currency-inspired look, which you can purchase from select Nike Sportswear retailers on the 7th for $120.
Definitely one for the archives, an original sketch of the Nike Air Trainer 1 by Tinker Hatfield has landed on eBay. Currently listed for a whopping $145,000, this artifact features Tinker's notes on the model, signature and direction to fax to Mark Parker. Pretty cool. Fans of Tinker can make a play at this rare item now on eBay, with a third of all the proceeds benefiting the likes of Big Brothers Big Sisters and the National Kidney Foundation.