October 27, 2011 BY Aaron Hope / 11
In the days before the internet sneaker scene and PEs sold like replica jerseys, the phrase ‘Red Maestro’ brought to mind images of an All-Star showoff. There are more and crazier basketball sneaker colorways these days than ever before and Scottie Pippen’s appearance at the 1994 NBA All-Star Game wearing a bullish Air Maestro Flight can be seen as one of the early movements to add a little something extra to the game. These aren’t a true retro, but it certainly does look like the changes on the Nike Flight Maestro Plus were conducted to improve performance on this nearly two decade-old silo. A bold Varsity Red upper gets the point across nicely, though we can’t help but grieve the loss of what very well could be another season filled with flashbulb moments. Push the lockout to the back of your mind, and while you’re there, relive one of the highlights of Michael Jordan’s first retirement with a pair of Fight Maestro Plusses from a Nike Sportswear retailer like Premier.
Nike Flight Maestro Plus
Tags: Nike Flight Maestro Plus
Really nike that's how u do it. Nubuke a.d not leather. Woow nike making sure shoes don't last. But the red is on point like the bubble. OG's didn't have that. But I was expecting leather.
Maestros are dope, it kind of became our team shoe after me and buddy copped them to ball in but na these look off
These are ok but I think the air bubble throws it off more then the midsole. Just stick to original formula insted of these hybrid combo stuff please.
Can't wait to get my hands on these, always wanted'em. Shout out to Nick ATL for the WDYWT post some months back.