The Nike Air Trainer 1 'Coriander' Is Ready For the Trail!
Nike have a number of big anniversaries to celebrate in 2022, one of which is the Air Trainer 1 turning 35. The brand's original cross-training shoe, the Air Trainer 1 was conceptualized by Tinker Hatfield, made famous by tennis wild child John McEnroe and has even lived a second life as a Nike SB silhouette! One of the colourways we can expect to see next year is the 'Coriander', a brand-new style with some rugged, hike-ready details.
Officially dubbed 'Coriander/Ashen Slate/Wheat/Light Sienna', this Air Trainer 1 mixes a multitude of tan shades and a smorgasbord of textiles atop its upper. Its signature details are provided by an orange forefoot buckle that replaces a standard strap and a wide swath of hi-vis reflective hits on the forefoot, Swoosh and midfoot alike. Sizable pull tabs, classic midsoles and small pastel pink/blue hits complete the look.
With the Travis Scott x Nike Air Trainer 1 collection being postponed (and, for all we know, cancelled for good) after the tragic events at November's Astroworld festival, Nike's rollout plan for the Air Trainer 1 has definitely been juggled, but you can still expect the 'Corriander' to hit shelves next year for $140.
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