Before you had an iconic shoe, it was Madden nfl 22 coins Nike Air Bo Turf, in 1990, you headlined with the Nike Air Trainer 3, that became known as your shoe. What are your memories surrounding this shoe? Air Trainer 3?

I'll explain it to you like this. In 1969 when I was in the first grade , growing up in rural Alabama in the winter, it was in 30s in the outside. And I was required to attend school barefoot. There were no shoes. This isn't for sympathy or as a sob story. However, I can recall my brother being just a few blocks away from his home. I'm at the front door. My other sister stood just a short distance from him,. our other sister was waiting at the stop for buses. My sister who was at the bus stop could see the bus go up the hill just a few miles away from her, she'd shout at my sister, who would yell at my brother. And my brother would yell to me. Then I'd walk out the door , barefoot. When my brother came to my first sister I'd have caught him before he even got there. When we finally got on the road I'm 15, 20 yards in front of my brother and sister. From walking to school in sandals in the winter of '69 until growing up and wearing a sneaker inspired by my mother ... I felt blessed.

After 30 odd odd years, people are still bragging about the shoe and even collect the shoes. Just a few weeks ago one of my best friends who I am, Anthony Anderson, the comedian, texted me, "Hey, Bo! I'm doing a performance about everything I wear in my shoes. I'm unable find them. I'm looking for a pair from your collection! It just happened that I was wearing a pair on my desk. I thought, 'Hey, I've found a pair of these here. I'll just mail those to your address. It's these moments those when I just sit back and say, 'Wow!.'

It was during the NFL season New York Giants running back Nike star Saquon Barkley was given his own model of the Air Trainer 3. What was it like to witness him pay tribute to you through the sneaker?

I gave him those shoes. It was as if I was saying"Grasshopper! It's the opportunity to carry this torch. You must do it in a professional manner.' I know that Saquon will do a great job at that. Saquon is a nice kid. He reminds me a large amount of me. He's a runner with a lot of power and his head on straight. This is the thing that impresses me the most. His personality isn't his stats. I love the way he carries himself.

The only constant will remain Bo Jackson. But when you reflect upon the NFL running backs who have come after you, which ones remind you most of yourself?

I can only come up with two examples -There are two that I can think of - Saquon as well as Derrick Henry -- on the strength, strength, and ability to maneuver through the field and cheap Mut 22 coins defend. They don't have the speed that I did. But they've made it work for them. They're very effective in their field. This is why they're considered to be the top running backs in the present.