by Brendan Dunne
Nike's communications apparatus in the early 1990s wasn't as thorough as it is today, but promo materials from that era still surface from time to time.
The latest is this impressive video, spotted by Gary Warnett, which has been unearthed and uploaded to YouTube.
No doubt the most interesting bit starts at the 13-minute mark, where Michael Jordan talks about the Air Jordan line and a young Tinker Hatfield appears alongside him discussing the design of the then-new Jordan 6. Among Jordan's requests for the shoe is a clean toecap, a look that he'd famously insist on for the Jordan 10 years later.
Other highlights include sections on the Air 180 and Nike's extinct Echelon line of cycling gear.