38. Nike Air Griffey Max I
Year released: 1996
Complex says: "The Kid" had the smoothest swing we've ever seen on a lefty, was winning Golden Glove awards nonchalantly, and was laced with one of the sickest signature kicks of all-time. In the middle of possibly Nike's best run for basketball shoes they also released a gem for the diamond with the Air Griffey Max I. The shoe featured Air Max cushioning and a unique use of branding with The Swoosh slicing around the foot much like Ken's swing. The Velcro ankle strap with his No. 24 was a nice finishing touch — and the Mariners's colors were just a bonus.