The Nike Air Trainer 1 "Don’t I Know You?" is Inspired by a Classic Bo Jackson Poster

Centered around a mix of “White/University Blue/Old Royal.”

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Continuing to bring back the Nike Air Trainer 1, Nike is now set to release a new colorway inspired by a classic Bo Jackson poster. The Nike Air Trainer 1 “Don’t I Know You?” pays homage to a ’90s Nike Sportswear poster highlighting the “fact” that the athlete can play all sports.

Centered around a mix of White/University Blue/Old Royal,” the Nike Air Trainer 1 “Don’t I Know You?” features premium white leather uppers paired with matching mesh tongues. Detailing comes in the form of baseball and football (sports Bo played professionally) stitching at the heels, Swooshes at the midfoot and “NIKE AIR” embroidery at the rear.

Additional detailing comes in the form of “NIKE” marked straps, tongue tags and printed insoles reading a variety of sports that introduced the contrasting blue on the shoe. Finishing up the design of the shoe are white midsoles and contrasting light blue rubber outsoles.

Priced at $125 USD, the Nike Air Trainer 1 “Don’t I Know You?” is set to release in the coming weeks.

For more footwear news, Fat Joe recently revealed a colette x Air Jordan 1 High sample.

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