Nike Air Trainer III – White – Cool Grey – Deep Royal – Black

February 28, 2011 BY / 0

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The Nike Air Trainer III was one of the many inclusions in 2010’s Nike Air Attack Pack, which featured Air-cushioned Nike classics redone in five unique tonal-themed colorways. The color-blocking may have been a bit unfitting for the Air Trainer III because it didn’t take advantage of the tech-y multi-layered look, so we’re glad this new release of the Air Trainer III goes back to the way things once were. Check out this White, Cool Grey, Deep Royal, and Black rendition of the Nike Air Trainer III; it features a basic white and cool grey upper with a black forefoot strap and outrigger with a deep royal heel. An interesting note about this release is the tongue tag, which is actually from the Air Attack Pack, so these images are either of a preliminary sample of even a sign of things to come for 2011 (another Air Attack?). More detailed shots are below, so take a look, and hit up TGWO for yours.

Style: 679066-100
Color: White/Cool Grey-Deep Royal-Black

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