#18 Reebok G-Unit G-6

Release Year: 2003
Complex Says: G-G-G-G-Unit! Right after Fitty dropped his first major release, “Get Rich or Die Trying,” dude wasn’t lying, he was doing just that. Everyone was trying to get a piece of Curtis including Reebok, who had just jumped into the hip-hop sneaker game with Jay-Z a year earlier. The sneakers were a pretty good design, affordable, and with the G-Unit branding they sold real well -- but not quite eight million strong. *Insert 50 Cent laugh*