October 12, 2013 BY Aaron Hope / 5
Black and red is a given on just about every sneaker model these days, and it’s especially fitting on a faux retro basketballer that draws heavily upon late 1980s hhop shoes and specifically early Tinker Hatfield Air Jordans. The Nike Air Flight Classic hits us with its first ‘bred’ makeup, a familiar look for the Jordan III-ish silhouette and IV’s signature sole. These bring in further connections with a metallic silver tongue leaning toward the Vs and more Hatfield genius with Safari print on the mudguard, so take a closer look at this history lesson in a shoebox, then take yours home from stores like Size?
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