When the Nike Foamposite One first dropped in 1997, it was like nothing no one had ever seen before but people wore it in some impressive performances. The sleek $180 shoe had no Nike branding on the upper, save a small Swoosh near the toe, and the synthetic upper and prominent carbon plate gave the shoe a decidedly futuristic look, one that many sneaker designers still strive to achieve. With interest in Foams at an all-time high (Fighter Jets, anyone?) here's 20 Things You Didn't Know About Nike Foamposites.

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