The Air Jordan III was initially going to be called the "Air Jordan Revolution." Besides making us wonder what that would have done to the whole Air Jordan naming process, it speaks of the debt the Air Jordan III owed to it's strapped-up big brother. Also designed by Tinker Hatfield, the high-cut Air Revolution featured many of the same features as the Air Jordan - right down to the midsole/outsole - only with a huge, padded ankle collar. That didn't stop guards like Mark Jackson from wearing them in the NBA.