Nike Air Flight ’89 “Red Toro”

June 21, 2013 BY / 8

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Quite possibly the most popular Nike Sportswear 1980s basketball model not named ‘Air Force 1’ or ‘Dunk’, the Nike Air Flight ’89 has made good use of a new blocking pattern this year. The latest example of the contrasting eyestay has a tongue to match, as the Air Flight 89 adds white contrasts to a bold red upper. These come off like an alternate take on the ‘Fire Red Toro’ Air Jordan IV, but it’s possible these could be harder to come by if they turn out to be an AP exclusive. Stick with Sneaker News to see if a US release follow and enjoy some new images on the other side in case that’s the closest you’ll ever get to them.

Nike Air Flight ’89
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8 comments
IcedTea1441
IcedTea1441

I can't find these on Eastbay, can someone email me a link my email is IcedTea1441@gmail.com

DimeBagOfSwoosh
DimeBagOfSwoosh

These are dope! Especially on this shoe. Easy cop for sure!

Bossk
Bossk

I got them from Eastbay for $70, shipped.  A classic shoe with a slept-on colorway.  I'm glad re-sellers and hypebeasts ignore these kind of releases.

Qrio82
Qrio82

Yeah they're only $59,99 on EastBay

NickBar
NickBar

the outsoles are better than 4s

apeshittt
apeshittt

why we want this if we already have the toro 4 coming?

JFresh_136
JFresh_136

They usually release another shoe with the same CW as the one coming out.

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