Tom Sachs' Mars Yard Takes One Small Step Forward

Experimentation in young athlete footwear has existed at Nike since the 1970s. At various times, the company's designers have worked to find solutions that allow children's feet to grow and be strong in the transition from crawling to walking. A 1980 shoe made by Tinker Hatfield served two purposes: First, the project served to familiarize the architect-by-training with cobbling practices and second, it allowed him to consider the specific needs of a baby athlete. That shoe, made of gree…

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Tom Sachs' Mars Yard Takes One Small Step Forward



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