Nike embraces its past better than anyone. The Nike Air Trainer III returns to Shoe Palace this March 20. Before you pick up your pair, learn more about the retro release.
The Nike Air Trainer III was first made available in 1988. Bo Jackson, easily one of the top athletes of all time, endorsed the sneaker. Bo Jackson’s popularity in 1988 was massive. Jackson, who played in the MLB and NFL at the same time, was a symbol of athletic excellence. The fact that Jackson endorsed the Air Trainer III, along with Nike’s genius marketing, made the shoe a must have for sneaker fans in 1988.
NFL star, Saquon Barkley, has kept the Nike Air Trainer III in the spotlight in recent years. Barkley even received a signature version of the shoe. The Nike Air Trainer III that releases on shoepalace.com this March 20 features Nike Air cushioning that allows for all day comfort. The Nike Air Trainer III features a midfoot strap and an air sole unit in the heel. The foam tongue feels soft and offers a lightweight and gentle fit. The Nike branding on the tongue adds to the throwback style of the Air Trainer III. The shoe features perforated side panels that add breathability. The Nike Air Trainer III has a foam midsole and a rubber outsole. The March 20 releases comes in White/Black/Pure Platinum/Hot Lava.
Be sure to pick up the return of the Nike Air Trainer III when it returns to Shoe Palace this March 20.
- Adam C. Better
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