Jordan Prime Flight – Black – Club Pink – Court Purple

September 29, 2013 BY / 2

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In terms of their naming, the Jordan Prime Flight and Prime.Fly are quite close. But when looking at these two, there’s no mistaking one for the other, thanks to the Prime Flight’s unique use of Dynamic Flywire for lockdown and lacing. And like the Prime.Fly, the Prime Flight has a colorway that while not included in the official ‘Bel Air’ Collection preview seen on Sneaker News earlier this week, fits in with the set by way of a vibrant color scheme hearkening back to the early 1990s. We’ve still got a bit of a wait for the ‘Bel Air’ Air Jordan 5 and the rest of its peers, but these Prime Flights are yours for the taking now at Finish Line.

Jordan Prime Flight
Style Code: 616846-018


Source: Finish Line

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Jlunasneaks
Jlunasneaks

I like these… maybe another colorway

kutsum
kutsum

These have a "10.0" feel to them. Idk how that cushioning will feel, bu they look to be a decent hoop shoe, and that lacing system looks like it'd be more useful than flywire.

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