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0 0 KOBE 11 AVAR MUSE President & CEO Mark Parker, Eric Avar and Tinker Hatfield, the KOBE 11 Muse Pack champions the creativity that fuels these designers and honors Bryant as a collaborator and an innovator. The link between Bryant and the three designers dates back to the Nike Huarache 2K4, the first shoe...  

0 0 The 5 Greatest Nike Air Max Trainers In History On a trip to Paris in 1987, Nike architect-turned-designer Tinker Hatfield stood outside the Pompidou Centre and was struck by an idea for a new kind of trainer. One that would change the world of sneakers forever. George Pompidou's inside out architectural style led Hatfield to think...  

0 0 THE STORY BEHIND THE AIR JORDAN XI IEOn the eve of the latest colorway drop of the Air Jordan XI Low IE, Tinker Hatfield, Nike Vice President of Creative Concepts, reveals the design process behind the cult classic. After the Air Jordan I and II – which debuted in both high- and low-top styles, in an array of hues – Jordan...  

0 0 THE AIR MAX 95 Despite his initial progress, one question still loomed in the back of Lozano's mind, "I remembered something Tinker Hatfield used to always bring up while working on other projects, he would say, 'Okay, so that's a great design, but what's your story?'" He found his answer in a few anatomy...  

0 0 THE JORDAN MTM COLLECTION "It was a lot of fun to work with Tinker Hatfield and Mark Parker on reimagining two of the best shoes we have ever created." The latest chapter in the Jordan Brand's year long celebration of its 30th anniversary, the MTM pack will be available exclusively at the Nike Lab P75 starting June...  

0 0 This Is the Jordan MTM Pack Given to President ObamaWhen President Obama made an appearance earlier this month at Nike world headquarter, we got word that the POTUS had been gifted with a Jordan MTM sneaker, designed by the triumvirate of Tinker Hatfield, Mark Parker and Michael Jordan. It turns out that the gift was a pack made up of the Air...  

0 0 Mark Parker, Tinker Hatfield and Michael Jordan Designed a Sneaker for President Obama Instead, the POTUS has been gifted with a shoe, the Jordan MTM, created by the brain trust of Nike CEO Mark Parker, Tinker Hatfield and Michael Jordan. Confirmed by Nike PR director Charlie Brooks, the presidential sneakers are said to have been assembled at Nike HQ, featuring a red, white...  

0 0 Could Jordan MTM Herald a New Sneaker Line for Jordan Brand? Finished in a red, white and blue design, the shoe — dubbed the Jordan MTM — was created by the design triumvirate of Michael Jordan, Tinker Hatfield and Nike CEO Mark Parker. The project naturally calls to mind Nike's ultra-exclusive HTM line, helmed by Tinker, Mark and Hiroshi Fujiwara of...  

0 0 Nike Air Max 90 OG "Infrared" | Release Date Tinker Hatfield's classic design has been receiving a number of different makeovers but for the Spring 2015 season, Nike decided to go back to its roots with a re-release of one of their most famed colorways of the beloved model. The Nike Air Max 90 "Infrared" features the instantly...  

0 0 Nike Women's Air Huarache "Floral Pack" The classic 1991 Tinker Hatfield design made a triumphant comeback last year and following a ton of great releases, including some OG colorways and hybrids, the Swoosh brand introduces the Floral Pack. The new styles feature a bold flower print on the neoprene foot-sock, against tonal leather...  

0 0 NikeLab Kobe X Elite Low HTM The low-profile NikeLab KOBE X Elite Low HTM silhouette is available in three colorways, each boasting details obsessed over by the HTM team — Nike President and CEO Mark Parker, Nike Vice President of Creative Concepts Tinker Hatfield and fragment design founder Hiroshi Fujiwara. The build...  

0 0 NIKE FREE FLYKNIT NSW Two years after Nike debuted the Flyknit, the creative triumvirate of Hiroshi (Fujiwara), Tinker (Hatfield), and Mark (Parker), otherwise known as HTM, unveiled the Free Flyknit. The low top silhouette featured a Free 5.0 sole with a similar Flyknit upper we saw on the Flyknit Trainer. With...  

0 0 Top Stories of the Month | March 2015 Between all the incredible art, events and the release of Tinker Hatfield's beautifully designed Air Max Zero, there was enough to satisfy any Swoosh fan's needs. With plenty of fashion collaborations, tons of new music, the Geneva Motor Show, too many sneakers to count and a trailer for...  

0 0 Sole movement – UP CLOSE + EXCLUSIVE: GRAEME MCMILLANAfter last weekend's exclusive interview with Tinker Hatfield, we're giving you another exclusive, this time with Graeme McMillan, the other half of the design team that put the Air Max Zero into fruition. Read up! How did the Air Max Zero come about? In 2014, Nike celebrated the Air Max...  

0 0 Nike Air Huarache – "Two-Tone Blue"The classic 1991 Tinker Hatfield-designed Nike Air Huarache gets a bold makeover with a brand new release. The iconic running silhouette received a lot of love from the sneaker community last year and continues to add strong colorways to its roster. "Two-Tone Blue" features navy and royal blue...  

0 0 THE TALE OF THE FIRST AIR MAX I thought, 'Why couldn't we design an exciting new running shoe that reveals to the world what Nike Air really is?'" — Tinker Hatfield At the time, Nike had already introduced Nike Air, which was a big hit among running enthusiasts. But Hatfield knew that wasn't enough. The sensation of air...  

0 0 Sole movement – UP CLOSE + EXCLUSIVE: TINKER HATFIELDAs we inch closer and closer to Air Max Day 2015 and the release of the Air Max Zero, Nike Sportswear wants us to get up close and personal with Tinker Hatfield and the Air Max Zero. Learn more about his inspiration and design technique behind the One before the 1. What is the story behind...  

0 0 THE AIR MAX ICONS Tinker Hatfield was the lead designer who brought the Air Max to life. At the time, Nike Air was nothing new. Introduced in late 1978 in the Nike Air Tailwind, the Air-Sole unit was effectively hidden in foam. However, Hatfield, a trained architect with a knack for changing the game, took  

0 0 THE EVOLUTION OF VISIBLE AIR Nike designer Tinker Hatfield carved out a very important part of Nike's storied history when he created the Nike Air Max with Visible Air. Seeing how the Air cushioning work gave runners and everyone else an idea as to how the Nike cushioning worked and that changed everything. With two...  

0 0 JORDAN BRAND AT PEARL PAVILLION Larry Miller, the president of Jordan Brand, Howard 'H' White and the legendary Tinker Hatfield shared stories about how Jordan Brand started and how the brand continued to flourish even after Mike's retirement from basketball. They also discussed the other parts of the Jordan Brand space-...  

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