10. Air Jordan IV
Year Introduced: 1989
How do you follow up an all-time classic? Tinker Hatfield's second Air Jordan picked up where the first left off, with a similar silhouette and lacing pattern. With nubuck and mesh in place of the IIIs leather it was lighter and more ventilated, and the plastic "wings" on the sides alluded to flight - which was embroidered right on the tongue.