51. Supra Skytop
The super-hightop was originally released in 2007, but the shoe was top-five in 2008 after a co-sign from Jay-Z. The sneaker took things back to a true high top cut, and the vulcanized sole appealed to skaters. Chad Muska's name didn't hurt, either. If you were deep into kicks in ‚Äô08 you grabbed these in at least a few colorways. The snakeskin joints with Tiffany/old-school Airwalk cues were extra dope.