words // Nick Engvall
The line of Nike training shoes is one that takes a lot to live up to. From the original versions that released in the late 1980’s and early 1990’s, to the 2009 version of the Nike Trainer 1, nearly every silhouette has created a name for itself, even amongst some of the most notable training shoes of all time.
Nike’s latest is the Nike Air Max Trainer 1.3, which uses the Nike Trainer 1.3 design, and adds a full length Air Max cushioning. After launching with Manny Pacuiao’s help, the Air Max Trainer 1.3 is now available in two new colorways. The first is a popular combination featuring Grey, Metallic Silver, and Volt accents. The second combines Obsidian with Grey accents.
Available now: Nike Air Max Trainer 1.3