Signature Showdown: Best and Worst Sneaker Sequels Part IV (Football/Baseball)

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Today marks the fourth and final installment of our Signature Showdown: Best and Worst Sneaker Sequels series. We continue to highlight the first and second models of the most celebrated signature athletes; this time, we put our focus on great football/baseball signature collections that include Deion Sanders, Ken Grrffey Jr., Bo Jackson, Michael Vick and others. Is the Nike Air Diamond Turf undoubtedly better than the soon-to-be-released Nike Air Diamond Turf II? Is the Nike Air Trainer SC Bo Jackson’s best?

Take a look at our Signature Showdown: Best and Worst Sneaker Sequels Part IV (Football/Baseball).

RELATED: Signature Showdown: Best/Worst Sneaker Sequels Part I (Wingmen) | Signature Showdown: Best and Worst Sneaker Sequels Part II (Big Men) | Signature Showdown: Best and Worst Sneaker Sequels Part III (Guards)

Deion Sanders

Nike Air Diamond Turf White/Black-Sport Red-Metallic Gold
Nike Air Diamond Turf White/Black-Sport Red-Metallic Gold

Worn: 1993
Team: Atlanta Falcons
Accomplishments: Recorded seven interceptions

Nike Air Diamond Turf 2

Worn: 1994-95
Team: San Francisco 49ers
Accomplishments: Recorded six interceptions and returned them for an NFL best 303 yards and three touchdowns.

In his first season with the San Francisco 49ers, Deion Sanders had one of his best football seasons, statistically, while wearing the Nike Air Diamond Turf II. Many of you may choose the Diamond Turf II seeing that we recently got word of it returning in the very near future; however, you cannot overlook the original Nike Air Diamond Turf, which retored last summer.


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