Check out the list of Nike's best-selling shoes!
Transcending foot coverage since 1982, this once hoops shoe was named after Air Force One, the aircraft that carries the U.S. President. It was the first basketball shoe to house Nike Air, revolutionizing the game for players like Moses Malone and Charles Barkley while rapidly gaining traction around the world, from the hardwood to the blacktop to the core of hip-hop culture. Today the Nike Air Force 1 stays true to its roots with a soft, springy cushioning and a massive midsole -- but the Nike Air technology takes a backseat to the shoe's status as an icon. When in doubt, Squeaky WHITE is the right color.
The Nike LeBron 8 basketball shoe is designed for the game's most explosive, confidant and exciting player, Mr. LeBron James. Featuring a premium leather upper with second generation Flywire construction and external TPU chassis, the shoe offers the ultimate in lightweight lockdown. A lightweight Phylon midsole with Max Air 360 cushioning create the best impact protective ride available. The solid rubber outsole with excess rubber extracted help reduce weight in key areas while retaining durable traction properties.
Soon after the huge success of the Air Jordan 3, Tinker Hatfield did all the things that he could to make the Air Jordan 4 even better in 1989. He essentially planned on concentrating more on the performance side of the sneakers’ design rather than utilizing the same ones used on the AJ1, AJ2 and AJ3. Air Jordan IV was yet another work of a genius from the Jordan lineup using the straps on the side for increased ankle support and an over-molded mesh as additional features. Also, one of probably the most fascinating attributes of the Jordan 4 is its capacity to be laced in 18 various styles.
This version of the Nike Air Force 1 features crisp leather edges for a cleaner, more streamlined silhouette and finer detailing. Overlays on the upper add support and durability, and perforations enhance ventilation to help keep feet dry and comfortable. The traditional encapsulated Nike Air unit remains, providing lightweight cushioning and impact protection. The legend lives on in the Nike Air Force 1 07 Men's Shoe, a modern take on the iconic AF1 that blends classic style and fresh details.
Skate with the Nike 6.0 with ease and comfort with the wild style of the classic Dunk Low 6.0. Featuring leather, suede and nubuck uppers, an optional internal lacing system, and a mesh tongue with perforations for breathability, the Nike 6.0 Dunk works actively or stylishly for the streets. Find a colorway that breathes YOU. These are one of the most popular sneakers on the entire web. The Nike Dunk SE Low features all the flexibility and traction you need for banging out big airs and kick-flips all day long.
6. Nike Shox
Some of Nike's current bestsellers include the Shox, Shox NZ and Shox Turbo. Some people can't live without the latest design technology -- in their sneakers! Nike launched shox technology in the early 1980s, but it's popularity rose to fame in 2011. Browse through a vast selection of Nike Shox for the sneaker techie in your family.
In order to appreciate the Jordan Retro 6, you have to start at the beginning. It all started in 1991, when the original Air Jordan VI was released, it was the first Jordan with an internal bootie and it boasted a striking design, Porsche-inspired pull tab and Vis-Air unit. It was also the shoe MJ wore as he captured both the league and Finals MVP. The Jordan Retro 6 is a retroed version of that classic shoe, offering a fresh look with the same iconic details. This shoe comes specially packaged in a "box within a box" to keep the original box from being damaged and helps to keep it in "collector's condition."
8. Nike SBs
9. Jordan Retro 8
Dynamic technology and dynamite style come together in the Jordan 8.0 men's basketball shoe. A remastered version of a classic, the Jordan 8.0 is made with the most advanced technology to ensure a premium fit that's ultra lightweight with cushioning that commands the court.
The Dunk Mid Pro SB NT is the same as the classic Dunk Mid Pro, but with Nike SB's new tooling on the sole. The Dunk Mid is a top seller in the Nike SB classics vault and has good reason to be. This stylish midtop design features premium leather and suede upper materials, single padded tongue and collars, anatomically contoured footbeds, optional lower-lace protection, and a stitched cupsole.