Classics Revisited: Nike Air Trainer Max ’91

April 22, 2010 BY

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The Nike Cross Trainer was designed as the ultimate shoe for the multi-dimensional, dual-sport athlete. Bo Jackson was a force in two sports that demanded different sets of athletic prowess, and he was consequently viewed as the prototypical cross-trainer. Nike and Bo Jackson teamed up to market Cross Training shoes to a generation in which universal sport culture was growing; After the wide success of the Nike Air Trainer 1 and the Nike Trainer SC (Strength Conditioning), Cross Trainers created a considerable amount of momentum for Nike, as other prominent athletes such as Barry Sanders and Jerry Rice were brought onto the Nike Cross Training team. And with the ‘Just Do It’ slogan becoming the battle-cry for athletes around the globe, cross training revolutionized physical fitness and became a sport in itself. The Nike Air Trainer Max ’91 was just one of the many impressive designs from the iconic Nike Trainer legacy of that era, so continue on to Sneaker News HD for a full gallery and additional history of the Nike Air Trainer Max ’91.

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