The Nike Air Griffey Max 1 was the first signature sneaker for Ken Griffey Jr. Originally released in 1996, they were designed by Tracy Teague. The sneaker features an ankle strap along with visible Max Air throughout the midsole. They were retroed for the first time in 2009 and have been re-released numerous times since then.
First released in 1996, the "Freshwater" iteration of the Air Griffey Max 1 takes form as an upcoming SB Dunk Mid release. The pair is outfitted with a blue and black suede upper. It's worth noting that Griffey Jr.'s jersey number "24" traditionally seen on the ankle strap has been replaced with the number "58" a reference to Nike SB's "We Club 58" concept while an all-black tooling completes the look.