Jordan Brand’s latest performance basketball shoe, the Jordan B. Fly, is a bit of a structural oddity, but that’s part of the reason why we love it. While the Jumpman’s main category is undoubtedly their retro catalogue, they’re still pushing out some truly interesting performance options that hit a sweet spot in the aesthetic and price departments. We gave the Jordan B. Fly a recent wear-test with the help of Charlotte Hornets’ defensive specialist Michael Kidd-Gilchrist (you can read that full piece here) and know first-hand just how lightweight the model is. Today we get a look at the Jordan B. Fly All-Star, as the latest colorway features the iridescent finish on the Air Jordan 14-inspired heel panel with Black and Concord woven jacquard tooling throughout.
The Jordan B. Fly All-Star dons the same asymmetrical lacing system, while the Nike Zoom Air unit is hidden beneath a black midsole and icy outsole. The rubberized outsole also features a unique raised traction pattern for an interesting ride that grips any surface. Check out more detailed shots below and know that you can grab your pair today from Nike.com for $110.
Jordan B. Fly “All-Star”
Available Today from Nike.com
Style Code: 881444-016