Before you received a shoe that was a trademark, that was the Nike Air Bo Turf, in the year 1990, you launched the Nike Air Trainer 3, which Madden nfl 22 coins became known as your shoe. What are your favorite memories concerning your experience with the Air Trainer 3?
So, let me present it in this way. In 1969, when I was in the first grade in my home in rural Alabama during the winter, it was in temperatures in the 30's. And I was required to attend school barefoot. There were no shoes. I'm not saying this to gain an apology or as a sob story. But I do remember my brother being a block away from our house. I'm in front of the door. The sister I was with stood a one block from his brother and the other one was at the stop for buses. My sister was waiting at the bus stop saw the bus crest the hill just a few kilometers away, she'd shout towards my younger sister, who would then yell at my brother. And my brother would shout at me. And then I'd go out the door barefoot. And by the time my brother arrived at my sister's house, I would've caught him earlier. The moment we got to the bus stop I'm about 15 yards ahead of my sister and brother. From walking to school in sandals during the winter of '69 until growing up and sporting the same sneaker as my own ... I was blessed.
After 30 some odd decades, people still brag about the shoe and even collect the shoe. In the last few weeks I had a friend who I am, Anthony Anderson, the comedian, texted me, "Hey, Bo! I'm doing a performance about every pair of sneakers. I'm unable find your Air Trainers. I'm looking for a pair of your shoes It just so occurred that cheap Mut 22 coins I owned the pair on my desk. I said, 'Hey, I've got an item here. I'll just mail the pair to you. It's times like that when I'm able to sit back and go, 'Wow.'