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askTinker Video Series

April 7, 2011 BY / 0

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Tinker Hatfield recently made a visit to Sole Fly in Miami for ‘askTinker‘, a Q&A session with the greatest performance footwear designer of all time. There’s a lot to learn from someone who basically laid the blueprint for the entire sneaker game, and the attendees most certainly left with a bit of extra Nike and Jordan Brand history known to just a few. Tinker starts off by showing off the new Jordan Trainer shoe – the Jordan BCT Low, and then delves a bit further into Nike and Jordan Brand timeline and history. For those of you who were unable to attend the event, Sneaker Box Clyde has the entire askTinker session up on video, so continue reading to catch the entire three-part series and be prepared to take some notes!

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