Perhaps the most iconic signature shoe ever released combined a mixture of a streetwear shoe and a basketball shoe. When these shoes were first released Michael Jordan himself told Nike that there was no way he was wearing that. Although he learned that nike got fined five thousand dollars each time he wore it, and that is when the hype behind the Jordan Brand started.
The Air Force One's are deemed the most iconic sneaker of all time, the best minimalist sneaker of all time, the most comfortable sneaker of all time, and the most iconic basketball shoe of all time. This sneaker was the first of it's kind, featuring a pivot point on the bottom of the shoe and also the first sneaker to use Air technology. The sneaker that pays homage to the president's plane has around two thousand different styles, colorways, and collaborations.
Okay, you probably didn't expect this here. It's funny, because these in my opinon are the most under-hyped sneakers of all time. When Marty McFly slipped his foot in to one of these in Back To The Future II, everyone was in awe. The self lacing technology makes these the coolest sneakers of all time.