September 25th, 2014 by Brendan Dunne
Vulcanized soles never were a big part of the Air Jordan equation, but in recent years Jordan Brand has made a point of slapping that treatment onto some of its newer designs. The Jordan Flight 45 is one of those designs, as seen here with its black upper and clean white wall treatment down below. Is there still a place for this strapped up design, or have newer hits like the Future and the Flex Trainer rendered it mute? Tell us in the comments after you check the rest of the photos on this vulcanized Air Jordan release.
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March 8th, 2011 by Aaron Hope
It’s been over six months since we’ve seen a new mens colorway for the Air Jordan Flight 45 High but that streak will come to an end with the colorway most strongly associated with its familiar sole. This new Flight 45 High features a palette lifted from the ‘White Cement’ Air Jordan III that was just retroed a short while back but its defining speckle pattern is actually borrowed from the Air Jordan IV’s corresponding colorway. This signature motif is applied to the AJ3-style midsoles for an altered-space-time-continuum effect that carries over to the vintage-style hangtags. Click through to get a better look at this late ’80s mashup and stick with Sneaker News for updates on the US release date. via mita sneakers
Color: White/Varsity Red-Black-Cement Grey
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