When Nike introduced the world to Foamposites in 1997, the sneaker world took notice. Originally based off of a sunglasses case, the design of the shoe was unlike anything seen before; the entire upper came from a single mold, allowing the shoe to maintain its shape even after extensive wear. Priced at $180 upon debut, it was the most expensive shoe at the time. Fifteen years later the sneaker originally intended for Scottie Pippen, made famous by Orlando Magic guard Penny Hardaway, is still making power moves on the hardwood. These are The 10 Best Performances in the Nike Foamposite.