18. Air Jordan X
The XI is one of the most desired Air Jordans out there, while the IXs have a lot of cultural significance. In short, it’s easy to forget about the X. As a design, it’s nice if a tad undramatic. In fact, it’s very minimalist for the era, which is not something you’d expect from the 1990s.
However, Jordan did actually wear these when he came out of retirement in 1994. Also, they hold a special accolade. With less than a dozen pairs made for charity auction, the Air Jordan X Special “Grimm” Editions are the rarest Air Jordans in the world.