Nike’s “Remix” Collection Reimagines The Air Trainer 1

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The Nike Air Trainer 1 debuted in 1987, delivering yet another glimpse into the mind of Tinker Hatfield. Over the years, the silhouette has gone in-and-out of style, but the sneaker is currently benefitting from a recent re-appreciation of ’80s court footwear.

Ahead of fall, Hatfield’s cross-training design has emerged in a mix of grey, navy, white, and yellow hues. Part of Nike Sportswear’s “Remix” collection, the pair indulges in a “split” arrangement across its upper. Everything from the leather panels to the “Nike” branding on the tongue boast non-standard finishes for an experimental look. Sole units maintain a relatively tame finish, but traction zones divvy up the top-half’s colors.

Enjoy official photos of the pair ahead, and anticipate a nike.com launch before 2023 ends.

In related sneaker news, the J Balvin Jordan 3 is set to release soon.


UPDATE (10/21/2023):
The shoes are now available on Nike.com.

Nike Air Trainer 1 "Split"

SKU: FB8886-001
RELEASE DATE: Oct 20, 2023

US 10/20/2023 Friday

Retailer Time Shipping Release type Status Reminder
Nikestore US 10:00 North America Only Standard Check Site -

Photos via Nike

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