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jumping and instant re-jumping

Post autor: dagao29 » sob cze 08, 2019 10:08 pm

Among the very first wear testers was a young man named Tinker Hatfield, who joined Nike Air Max 270 Bowfin Womens Sale in 1981 as a corporate architect. Amazed by the performance of the sneaker, Hatfield started thinking that his skills would be better suited to designing Nike's athletic footwear as opposed to their buildings. A couple of years later Hatfield would design the Air Jordan 3 and become a sneaker legend in his own right.

Although the Nike Air Max 720 Womens Sale – the first shoe with ‘Air' in the sole – debuted three years earlier, getting ‘Air' into a basketball shoe was not an easy transfer. Nike was fairly new to basketball. Running was what the company was founded on and where they had the most experience. And of course those two sports are completely different from each other and demand different things from their athletic shoes. After all, running is a heel-toe, straight line activity, while in basketball there are more cuts, heavy landings, jumping and instant re-jumping.

Designed by Tinker Hatfield, the Nike M2K Tekno Womens Sale originally released in 1991. At the time, the shoe featured the largest visible Air bag, but because it was sandwiched between the release of the Air Max 90 and the Air Max 180, it has had a rather surreptitious rise to cult status. Though release was ultimately limited in the United States, the shoe profited from more liberal distribution in Western Europe.

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