Year: 1997

Baseball shoes were never really major players, with Ken Griffey Jr.'s line being the main exception. But take a look at this page, which featured Griffey's shoe most prominently, followed by Hideo Nomo's, and, at the bottom, Kenny Lofton's trainer. What makes it particularly cool is that the Air Max versions of Griffey's and Nomo's shoes are shown right next to their metal spikes, giving much-needed context to the off-field shoes.