It's hard to say whether the University of Michigan's Fab Five actually had MORE cultural significance and influence than Michael Jordan (actually it isn't - they didn't), but the fact is that people who weren't born when Chris Webber and company were in Ann Arbor still seek to sport their look. Or at least their sneakers. One of the models most associated with the Fab Five is 1993's Nike Air Force Max, which was simultaneously worn in the NBA by Charles Barkley. Imagined by the then-head designer of Nike's ACG line, it was the ultimate rugged and raw basketball sneaker of the early '90s.