Nike Trainer 1.3 Max ‘Rivalry Pack’ @ Eastbay

August 31, 2011 BY / 2

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The 2011 college football season kicks off Thursday night, but some significant happenings related to collegiate pigskin is already going down.  In fact, if you don’t act right now, you might miss out on one of the hottest matchups of the season!  This one features three of the nations perinneally ranked teams, and though the Nike Trainer 1.3 Max won’t necessarily boost your favorite team in the BCS, this pack containing Boise State, Georgia and Oregon colorways is absolutely in the national spotlight right now.  All three of these sold out swiftly from NikeStore despite the $175 MSRP and the Broncos edition is already down to only a few sizes left.  Click through to get another look at those plus the Bulldogs and Ducks and act fast if you wanna claim a pair from Eastbay or on eBay.




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Randy Moss
Randy Moss

Oregon's looks the best because it is so clean and doesn't really have any Oregon markers for non duck fans.

standclear1
standclear1

i've tried, but i just can't get down with the all air sole. weird

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