Posted on Mon Oct 19, 2020 10:03 pm
The anticipation continues to build as we encroach closer to the events of NBA All-Star weekend, especially for Nike’s sneaker lineup as they reveal more offerings related to the basketball festivities. Nike Air Flight '89 Shoes A silhouette who has elected to participate in more ways than one is the Swoosh’s Air Flight ’89, whom after adopting traits of the Chicago flag, and translating basketball hoop colors, seeks to borrow the same palette from Jumpman’s Air Jordan 3 “Red Cement” for its next makeover.
As it stands from the currently available information, All Star Weekend’s set of releases is poised to be the biggest and best its ever been in years: the arrival of the Air Jordan 1’s newest 1985 shape, a host of collaborations with Virgil Abloh as the lead headline, and certainly much more yet to be revealed. Nike Air Flight '89 Online And, as is fitting of its Chicago home base, the Nike Air Flight 89 rides in with a colorway exuberantly dedicated to the Windy City flags and its bright blue colors.
Translated in near identical fashion to the retro colorway, this latest act gets clothed in the same “University Red” hue to touch the majority of its leather constructions, and follows its cadence even further through sprinkled doses of grey and black to dye its Swoosh logo, laces, and throat. Shop Nike Air Flight '89 Basic black and white tones continue down into the midsoles, in addition to angelically stitched Nike Air branding on the heels to echo its Jordan Brand influence.
Among the All-Star weekend releases, there are a few that are just a bit more obscure, generally avoiding the spotlight thanks to its eclipsing pairs only adjacent. Buy Nike Air Flight '89 Don C’s dual-part collaboration, Off-White and their Air Jordan 5, the 1985 shape of the Air Jordan 1 — all were a part of the headlining few, leaving little room for pairs such as the accompanying Nike Air Flight 89 to see the light of day.
Though it may not be everyone’s cup of tea, the upcoming pair leans a bit more into new territory, coloring in the lines with a loose Halloween-esque theme. Nike Air Flight '89 Sale Black steers neutral, dressing the majority of the upper; neon tones then accent in seldom, affixing volt greens to the “Nike Air” embroidery at the heel while infusing orange into the entire tread as well as the edge of the forefoot paneling, a segmented piece whose finish takes on a cracked print much like the swoosh.