Every shoe has to start somewhere. Here is the introduction for a current stalwart:
What is not to love about a classic retro shoe? The Nike Zoom Waffle from Y2K has the enduring looks.
If the Harrier from 1997 were introduced today runners would… actually think it was a pretty darn good shoe. It has the same basic profile we see today, same upper materials, and a tread that maybe ought to be revisited, or at the very least reexamined. Ah, nostalgia - it isn’t always as wistful as one might think. At least in recent memory, many of the shoes are as good as what we have today.