Jordan Brand has always had a habit of recycling popular elements from successful legacy silhouettes onto new designs that put a modernized spin on some heralded classics. Most notably this has been done with newer models like the Jordan True Flight and the Jordan Flight Club ’91, that saw the soles of the Air Jordan 6 and the Air Jordan 7 repurposed. Now, the Jumpman is calling upon the sole of the former one again to support this newly engineered sneaker that dons a Flyknit upper and suede detailing on its tongue and heel. Decked out in red from nearly head-to-toe this new offering sports a construction that is similar to that of the Air Jordan 32 in the sense that its upper utilizes the brand’s most flexible material. Stay tuned to Sneaker News for the latest up-to-date information regarding the newest Jumpman hybrid.