What started as a dream of mechanical cushioning in 1984 by Nike Air Force 1 designer Bruce Kilgore, and first steps and experiments with steel (yup steel springs), the deeply enviable iconic Nike Shox series made its debut 13 years later in 1997. The “boing-” sneakers with a twin-plate and foam columns changed the sneaker world, truly, nothing is like the Nike Shox. Pick one from the line and you will still be the one with the most tremendous sneaker around. Today you can get the OG colorways and silhouettes, the low-top running sneaker that was established in 2000 that reached a mass audience including the feet of NBA player Vince Carter and other world-class athletes. Other available Nike Shox' are the Shox TL or Total.