Earlier tonight, Bo Jackson hosted the All For One Event to celebrate the athletes, the designs, and the art of the Nike Trainer 1.2. The special event, held at Niketown New York, displayed a lineup of 11 limited edition Nike Trainer 1.2 models, known as the “All For One” Pack, which were developed for some of the world’s most dominant athletes. To go along with the sneakers, 11 of today’s top artist’s were commissioned to create a piece of artwork inspired by the athletes in which the shoes honor.
The Nike Trainer 1.2 “All For One” Pack retails for $350, and includes one pair of player edition shoes in a premium footwear box, as well as the framed artwork inspired by the sneakers. Only 12 prints of each athlete posters were made and a first-come, first-serve raffle took place at Niketown in NY when the event kicked off to determine who would have the opportunity to buy each of the “All For One” Pack’s.
Continue reading for a closer look at the shoes and more details about the artwork.
Bo Jackson (1989)
Steve Rura for Bo Jackson, 1986
“Bo Jackson is legendary for his dual athleticism and All-Star status in both American football and baseball. 1986 marked Bo’s entrance into professional sports, and it was also the year Nike first developed the now classic Air Trainer 1 shoe design. Bo’s image quickly became synonymous with Nike cross-training during his career.”
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