Sports fans around the world were treated to the finale of The Last Dance this past Sunday, ESPN’s 10-hour documentary on Michael Jordan’s career and the 1997-1998 World Champion Chicago Bulls’ last season together.

Aside from the behind-the-scenes stories and the infinite amount of meme-able MJ moments, one of the best parts of the documentary was getting the chance to take a trip through the ’90s–one of the greatest eras of NBA basketball–and reacquainting yourself with some of the faces, names and fashion that made the era so memorable.

When it specifically came to sneakers from the ’90s, it wasn’t just Jordan who stole the show. Nike in particular boasted a roster of All-Stars–Scottie Pippen, Charles Barkley, Penny Hardaway, to name a few–who were churning out excellent product year in and year out. In honor of ’90s hoops, we kick off this week’s list with All-Star quality sneakers from that time, some of which could be found on the feet of players who played a prominent role in The Last Dance.

Never forget: No online retailer has the same breadth and depth of selection as Grailed. From “Grandmama’s” Converses to spaced-out Dunks (and everything in between)–in no particular order, these are our picks for the Rarest Sneakers on Grailed This Week.

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