February 20, 2011 BY John Kim / 0
Every so often the Sneaker News staff likes to give props to some old-school classics that might not have received the proper shine at its time. We’ve looked back at some recent kicks like the Nike Zoom LeBron IV ‘Birthday’ and the entire set of the Supreme x Nike SB Dunk High, but we’ve also reached back further to the early 90’s and picked out the Nike Air Flight – one of the originals from the Flight Series – and the more obscure Nike Air Force High of 1993. These high-top bad-b0ys featured an oddly sleek design (for a Force shoe) with a neoprene sockliner, back-and-forth crossing instep strap, and a visible Air unit on the heel, and you might remember ‘em being on Dan Majerle’s feet when he tried to stop Michael Jordan from winning his third straight NBA Title (we all know how that turned out). If you caught our Classics Revisited feature on the Nike Air Force High, these will definitely look a lot more familiar to you, so take a look at this new set of images and add these to your vintage collection by checking out the auction from jasonwhite9 on eBay.