Jordan Flight Club 80s “Bel-Air”

September 3, 2013 BY / 6

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The fifth shoe sporting a Jumpman to show up with the 90s sitcom look is this Jordan Flight Club 80’s.  These FLTCLB 80s join the much talked about Air Jordan V, as well as similar colorways for the Six Rings, Son of Mars Low and CP3.VII, so you’ll have plenty of choices in how you choose to rock this electrified theme.  The Flight Clubs are most similar to the Son of Mars Lows in using a predominately black upper, but the netting on these with a neon background makes them arguably the most striking of the entire set.  Check out more images after the jump and stick with Sneaker News for updates because with the AJVs out in early October, these shouldn’t be too far off.

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6 comments
cdjack24
cdjack24

JB actually gave this shoe its own identity by putting the Jumpman only on the tongue and very back. I hope this is a trend!

alex458
alex458

jeez the cw hasnt even released and jb has already played it out


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