AIR JORDAN DESIGNER TINKER HATFIELD REVEALS HIS MOST HATED SHOE

You're looking at a living, breathing SHOE GOD -- Tinker Hatfield -- Nike's famous designer who created some of the most iconic Air Jordan shoes EVER!  But Tinker also created a stinker ... an Air Jordan shoe that he wishes he never made --…

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Tinker: A tinker was originally an itinerant tinsmith, who mended household utensils. The word is attested from the 13th century and may be of imitative origin. Some travelling people and Gypsies adopted this lifestyle and the name was particularly associated with indigenous Irish and Scottish Travellers. H