Everyone knows about Micahel Jordan's Air Jordan, but there was also Air Swoopes. When Nike’s Air Swoopes dropped in 1995, Sheryl Swoopes became the first woman to get a signature basketball shoe, and the second athlete behind Michael Jordan at the time.
SI's Robin Lundberg is joined by SI contributor Erica Ayala to talk about the resurgence of the Air Swoopes, why more women's signature shoe weren't made, and which WNBA players could bring another signature shoe back to the market.
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