Nike Honors Athletes of the Past & Present with Trainer 1.2

Today, Nike unveiled a slew of special, exclusive Nike Trainer 1.2 colorways at the ongoing Nike 7ON Tournament in Portland, Oregon. Many of you have expressed interest in recent Nike Trainer 1.2 colorways that have surfaced such as the “Ken Griffey Jr.” and the “NCAA Football 11”. Additionally, these new Trainer 1.2 colorways are nonetheless amazing.

The pair shown above is a player exclusive for Tennessee Titans superstar running back Chris Johnson. Oddly, its color scheme does not correlate with the Titans jersey colors; however, the simple red/white color scheme looks very nice on the Trainer 1.2. Another pair, shown below, commemorates former major league third baseman and Philadelphia Phillies member Mike Schmidt. His Trainer 1.2 dons the color scheme that the Phillies sported in the 1980s. It also features a unique number logo that honors one of his many record-breaking statistics. Thirdly, a navy blue/white-red pair honors Nolan Ryan, one of the greatest pitchers in baseball history. The heel panel possesses a Nolan Ryan Express logo with the date 5.1.91 and the word ‘Seven’. This highlights the fact that Ryan pitched his seventh no-hitter on the specific date. Lastly,? the already-released “Ken Griffey Jr.” pair honors the icon’s 600 or more career home runs, while a black/silver pair obviously pays tribute to dual-athlete Bo Jackson.

Besides the Chris Johnson colorway, each one of these Nike Trainer 1.2s will release in the coming months. What’s your favorite Nike Trainer 1.2 so far?

Nike Trainer 1.2 "Chris Johnson"
Nike Trainer 1.2 "Chris Johnson"
Nike Trainer 1.2 "Mike Schmidt"
Nike Trainer 1.2 "Mike Schmidt"
Nike Trainer 1.2 "Mike Schmidt"
Nike Trainer 1.2 "Nolan Ryan"
Nike Trainer 1.2 "Nolan Ryan"
Nike Trainer 1.2 "Nolan Ryan"
Nike Trainer 1.2 "Ken Griffey Jr."
Nike Trainer 1.2 "Ken Griffey Jr."
Nike Trainer 1.2 "Ken Griffey Jr."
Nike Trainer 1.2 "Bo Jackson"
Nike Trainer 1.2 "Bo Jackson"