The Nike Air Flight One remained quietly in the Nike Basketball archives since 1995, until in 2011, it manifested itself in the Nike Zoom Rookie LWP – a hybrid model containing the physical and spiritual aspects of the Nike Air Flight One, Air Foamposite One, and Air Go LWP. For the 2012 NBA All-Star Game, Nike will introduce the classic model as part of the Nike Sportswear Space Exploration Collection – a special glow-in-the-dark edition inspired by intergalactic themes. Release alongside that high-energy rendition is the original colorway of the Air Flight One, donned in a White/Blue/Black make-up reminiscent of Penny Hardaway’s Orlando Magic uniforms and coinciding with the destination city of this year’s All-Star Game festivities. The Nike Air Flight One ‘Orlando’ as well as the entire Space Exploration Collection will release on Febraury 23rd at select retailers so continue reading for a detailed look and let us know what you think.
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Seriously, what the hell is Nike trying to do to us releasing all this stuff so close together? They already got me eating Ramen noodles for the rest of 2012, and that's just based on the end of 2011. lol.
These kicks are a perfect example as to why hyrbrids will never be the equal of the original shoe. The design is timeless and has appeal that the 'Rookies' will never attain, glow-in-dark gimics withstanding. Kudos to Nike for creating a greater demand for these by releasing them at the appropriate time and allowing them to follow up the aforementioned hybrid, which, in my opinion, generates hype for the original shoe. Feb 23 is a go.