Tons of classic sneakers have dropped in the last 20 years, but which kicks were the most important? In our newest series, #20Under20, we count down by category the best of the best from the last two decades.
To kick off #20Under20, we take a look back at the Top 20 Signature Shoes born between 1992 and 2012. Which sneaker tops our list? Read on to find out and tell us your favorite from the #20Under20 on Twitter and in the comment section.
20. Nike Air Zoom Flight 98 ?The Glove?
Athlete: Gary Payton
Gary Payton didn?t get his first signature shoe until he was 30 years old. Well, some things are worth waiting for. The NBA?s smallest/biggest trash talker became the Alpha Project darling with 1998?s “The Glove”. Pioneering Monkey Paw technology and introducing the short lived but incredibly innovative zipper upper (seen before only on the low top Worm), the Zoom Flight 98 was a technical juggernaut without sacrificing any style points.