Monday, July 19, 2010

1995 | It Was A Good Year

Arguably some of the most iconic models Nike has ever introduced all happened to first release in 1995. A good year indeed. A year of many firsts, as well. The first basketball shoe with patent leather. The first running shoe with visible forefoot Air. The first full-length Air Max basketball shoe. Tensile became Zoom, and Eric Avar’s legacy was off to a great start. It was also the signature start of the instantly classic Penny Hardaway and Ken Griffey Jr. lines. Via Sole Collector

Tinker. Tracy. Sergio. Eric.

Six iconic models from the company’s most legendary designers.

1995. It was a good year.