December 26, 2013 BY Brendan Dunne / 20
The Agassi and Payton sneaker lines from Nike look to collide with the upcoming release of this Nike Air Zoom Flight The Glove colorway. Across the side is a cutting graphic that certainly looks like the wild ones found on the early 90s Tech Challenge lineup for tennis star Andre Agassi. The combo only makes more sense when you consider how Agassi-crazy Nike’s been now that they have that man back in their fold, but bringing it onto the Glove line for one is a move that could lead to some interesting results. Click through with us to see the full set of images for this upcoming Glove release and check back in on Sneaker News to find out when and where you can pick up a pair yourself.
Nike Air Zoom Flight The Glove
Style Code: 616772-300
I like the Gloves, but I've always thought the upper looks bare when they are zipped up. This is a cool way to remedy that, and add something to the shoe. I like this a lot!
I like the glove but don't like this design. It screams foamposite future to me.... We see how that went. Bring on the weatherman gloves.
And those sole collector collabs don't mean nothing now after they been re released like 3 times now. That killed it for me, then you got people who bought them thinking it would be good re sell, jokes on y'all !! Lol
I fuxx with this! Just FINALLY got the Sole Collector retro this afternoon (2-Day Priority Mail my ass, more like 7). I love the way they deviated from the normal color patterns of just two dominant colors on the shoe. So much potential in terms of creating sneaker art with these. Tech Challenge is a must cop. I personally hope people keep sleeping on em makes it easier to cop.
@devildog8774 fools askin for 500.00 on release weekend ....now u can damn near get em for retail....lovin it
@devildog8774 I do hate on the resellers wanting $300+ for a pair despite the fact that the general consumer is only willing to go up to like $220.
@devildog8774 People should buy shoes because they actually want to wear them. I don't hate on resellers cuz that was how I got my pair of Sole Collector collabs. The resellers barely make anything on them considering eBay gets 10%, and they have to pay for shipping. They have to sell for at least 50% over what they paid at retail for it to be worth while. Between all the bots being used for online orders, raffles, employees keeping pairs,sometimes hitting up eBay or craigslist is the last resort to get pairs.
I disagree that they don't mean nothing. They are dope as hell regardless of how limited they are. If a shoe manufactured with 2,000 pairs is dope then it should be just as dope if there were half a million pairs.
i thought there were released twice, the week of the 7th and the 21st.