Nike Air Max TR1+ Low White/Metallic Silver

Nike Air Max TR1+ Low White/Metallic Silver

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Nike’s Trainer 1 equipped with the 360 degree Air Max sole has been available as a NIKEiD option for a while now. However, next week for the first time it will make its debut as a general release. The Nike Air Max TR1+ continues Nike Training’s continued onslaught of performance meets history training shoes. Using the Trainer 1 base, and adding the forefoot strap and the 360 degree Air Max unit.

Available for pre-order now: Nike Air Max TR1+ Low

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Nike Air Max TR1+ Low White/Metallic Silver

Nike Trainer 1 Low New Colorways

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Nike Training has a couple new colorways on the way of the Trainer 1 Low. There has been a number of nice colorways of this silhouette since it came out last year, but these two are always popular amongst sneakerheads.

First up is a White, Varsity Red and Black combination that has a unique finish on the shiny red Swoosh that has been seen before on the Nike Zoom Kobe V. The second new colorway of the Nike Trainer 1 Low is a simple and subtle color combination that is perfect for summer, as it combines White, Black and Metallic Silver. These are available for pre-order now and will ship beginning May 3rd.

Available May 3rd: Nike Trainer 1 Low

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Nike Air Max TR1+ Low White/Metallic Silver

Nike Trainer 1 Mid Navy/White/Stealth

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Nike Training launched the Trainer 1 in 2009 to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Training category. The Training category, seemingly built on the shoulders of Bo Jackson, has come along way in twenty years. Nike hasn’t forgotten though, and the Trainer 1 is a brilliant example of blending heritage and new technology.

Using style cues from the original Nike Air Trainer, the Trainer 1 design incorporates key new technologies. One of which is the Nike DiamondFLX outsole system, which provides flexibility and support through multi-directional movements, a necessity for every rigorous training regimen. Cushioning comes from the combination of lightweight Sculpted Phylite, and Nike’s Max Air technology that is placed in the heel area.

This latest colorway combines a solid mix of materials in a blue, white and grey color combination that would work with many college and high school team colors.

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Nike Trainer 1 Navy/White/Stealth