Nike Training

HISTORY

According to fable, Nike wunderkind, Tinker Hatfield originally proposed a Nike Training line after having an epiphany during a trip to the gym.? Carrying around a different shoe for basketball, running, and tennis, Tinker recognized the necessity for an all-in-one shoe.? Nike Training was started in 1987 to fill the void between basketball and running with all-purpose footwear that performed indoors and out.? As health and fitness became increasingly popular in the mainstream, Nike Trainers catered to professional sports like football, tennis, and baseball, as well as daily activities like weight lifting, aerobics, racquetball, and jogging.? It eventually became an apparent success with spokesathletes like Bo Jackson, Andre Agassi, John McEnroe, and Deion Sanders.? Since the re-issues in 2003 and expansion into the Nike SB line, Nike Training has remained a staple in sneaker culture and everyday footwear.

Nike Training


Nike Air Trainer High/Low
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Nike Air Trainer III
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Nike Air Trainer TW
? Nike Air Cross Trainer ?
Nike Air Trainer SC II
Nike Air Trainer TW II ?
Nike Air Trainer SC II
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Nike Air Cross Trainer Low
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Nike Air Trainer TW Lite
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Nike Air Trainer SC III

Nike Air Trainer Max 1
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Nike Air Trainer E
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Nike Air Trainer TW Lite II
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Nike Air Cross Trainer IV
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Nike Air Cross Trainer Classic

Nike Air Cross Trainer III LE
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Nike Air Trainer Huarache
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Nike Air Trainer Platinum
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Nike Air Trainer Accel
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Nike Air Cross Trainer V

Nike Cross Trainer CGT Low
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Nike Air Trainer Max II
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Nike Air Carnivore
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