After the debut of the Nike Internationalist at the end of the 1970s, the running legend took on probably its biggest role to date, far from the running track, in the 1985 blockbuster "The Breakfast Club". Although unfortunately not on the feet of the sportsman played by Emilio Estevez, this classic colorway was well sported by "Brian" the geek and seen by millions of viewers, and the sneaker soon became an absolute cult trainer. For 2014 Nike is giving us a remake of the 1981 edition with a beautiful, wedge-shaped silhouette and stabilizing heel clip. The sneaker stands out because of the – for its time typical – Nike Waffle rubber outsole, which is totally modeled on the original, and with its material and shape. Swoosh fans who appreciate the slightly more toned-down look of a Nike Challenger or Nike Air Vortex will also be happy with the Internationalist.