The Five Most Iconic All-Star Sneaker Moments

To celebrate the NBA All-Star Weekend STACK breaks down the five most iconic sneaker moments in the All-Star Game's history.

Nate Robinson

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Nate Robinson

The Shoe: KryptoNATE Nike Foam Lite
The Year: 2009

In one of the last years the dunk contest had any relevance, tiny Nate Robinson brought the house down by dunking over Dwight Howard in a crazy pair of Nike Foam Lites. The shoe's bright green hue was supposed to represent Kyrptonite, the other-world mineral that weakens Superman. Get it?


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