The Nike Air Unlimited debuted in 1994 as a big man's performance basketball sneaker. Worn by the likes of David Robinson, Chris Webber, and Grant Hill, the sneaker featured a Nike Air Flight Huarache and Nike Air Carnivore-inspired high-top neoprene bootie surrounded by a dual strapped leather shell. David Robinson famously wore the Air Unlimited en route to both his quadruple double and his 71 point game. The sneaker returned for the first time in 2016.
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