February 10, 2014 BY Aaron Hope
After the first few years of Nike Training shoes were usually issued in both high/mid and lowtop cuts, the 1990s focused almost exclusively on mids. The popularity of the Air Trainer Classic suggests there’s more room for lowtop retro trainers, and it seems like that’s what Nike Sportswear at least had planned with the pair pictured above. This Nike Air Trainer Max 91 Low would have given the Bo Jackson classic a shorter silhouette and for the first time aligned it with the kind of visible cushioning its name would suggest. Click in to see more angles, then place a bid with nashvillesneakers on eBay.
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