February 10, 2014 BY Aaron Hope / 15
Included in our recent feature of once rare and exclusive sneakers that got wider releases was this colorway that was introduced on the first Flightposite shoe as an Allan Houston PE. The Nike Air Flightposite 2014 is bringing to retail a once unobtainable style, and one that looks downright stunning with the white Foamposite/royal blue shroud and outsole combination. That little bit of orange outlining the Swoosh embroidery reminds us that this style was originally made up to match New York Knicks uniforms. They’ll be made available to sneakerheads in NYC and wherever else NSW retailers are found at a future date to be announced, but if you don’t want to wait for that, a sample pair is available now from ultimatestuff_2012 on eBay.
Tags: Nike Air Flightposite
@sneakernews can't wait‼️
@HasToBeRICH they're alright
That outsole is killing them, damn nike why not just make shoes to the original form. But i guess its a good thing because i wont be copping.
The foamposite on these look rather cheep. It looks like once you stick your foot in them they would just buckle and flatten, loosing their structure. The medial side of these make it worse. They just off.
Even tho they are not in there original form, I still have to cop them when they drop. Very dope sneaker & cw... I remember Allan Houston wearin these
@MARKallNurVEINS not really..
@IVoA89 we both know that a JOKE...