Nike Air Flight ’89 – White – Total Crimson – Cool Grey

December 5, 2012 BY / 2

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When the Nike Air Flight wing was first created in the late 1980’s, Michael Jordan was originally selected as the lead athlete to take Flight to unimaginable heights. Instead, the Air Jordan line continued (remember, Jordan contemplated leaving Nike after the Air Jordan II) and Ron Harper was selected as the ‘Flight’ athlete, for which the Air Flight (now referred to with the ’89 suffix) was the main sneaker. The Air Flight ’89, to this day, is one of hte more revered Nike Basketball models in history, and this upcoming new colorway that matches a basic White and Cool Grey with a dazzling bronze patent leather for an astounding ‘luxury’ appeal. Your thoughts?

Nike Air Flight ’89
White/Total Crimson-Cool Grey
306252-109

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2 comments
Steved23
Steved23

"The Air Flight ’89, to this day, is one of hte more revered Nike Basketball models in history...". Sneakernews, you guys want to hire me to proofread your articles?

heat_meiser
heat_meiser

totally total crimson.... Pfffffffffft!!!!

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