Like many Internet-based debates claiming that hip hop, movies, and popular culture hit their peak in the 1990s, it's also frequently argued that Nike's best era was during that same decade: the most innovative designs, industry-leading technology, memorable colourways, and the reinforcement of its lasting legacy.
Perhaps people look at this time period with rose-tinted glasses and forget it wasn't as great as it's cracked up to be? Maybe the decades preceding and following the 90s actually had a bigger impact?
We pit an OG Nike fan up against an enthusiast with more liberal views about the Swoosh. What could possibly go wrong?