Air Jordan X

Who: Harold Miner
Original Release Year: 1994
Complex Says: “Baby Jordan” was supposed to be the heir apparent to His Airness — yeah that didn’t work out too well. Nonetheless, Miner showed us he could fly like Mike, winning two Dunk Contests, but it stopped shortly after that. Luckily with baseball on strike in 1995 Jordan shocked the world and returned to the league and picked things back up in his “45” Jordan Xs.