July 19, 2012 BY John Kim / 1
On Tuesday, Sneaker News featured the Nike Air Trainer 1 SB ‘Gold Digger’ as part of the Nike Air Trainer 1’s residence in Classics Revisited for the week. The HUF-bred design might be the most notable Nike Air Trainer 1 SB of the small bunch, but the original deserves as much attention, does it not? Here’s a look at the 2003 release of the Nike Air Trainer 1 SB in Black/Obsidian-Taupe-Paul Brown; it is indeed the first ever Nike Air Trainer 1 output from the Nike Skateboarding label, but like much of the Nike SB releases of that series, the Air Trainer 1 SB ‘Paul Brown’ did not feature any ‘SB’ designation, with the exception of the silver box. The ‘Paul Brown’ moniker comes straight from the official colorway of the shoe, as a few other footwear releases have also been dubbed with that familiar color scheme. More of the first-ever Nike Air Trainer 1 SB is right ahead, so check out the gallery and let us know if these ring any past memories from your early Nike SB hoarding days!
Nike Air Trainer 1 SB ‘Paul Brown’
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