The Nike Air Flight Huarache, designed as a joint collaboration between heralded designers, Tinker Hatfield and Eric Avar in 1992, has received a modernized update for 2017.With its defining neoprene inner sleeve and leather exoskeleton still remaining intact, although, a bit more refined — the sneaker is now revamped with a jacquard knit toe cap, a slightly enlarged tongue, updated lacing system and modified tooling to offer even more comfort, as well as functionality.Rendered in its OG colorway of White/Lyon Blue/Bold Berry/Black, as well as three other variations, stay tuned to KicksOnFire for the sneaker’s official availability soon.
Following up the Nike Air Max 90 Tokyo Sample that we just showed you, we now see another Nike silhouette get the same vibrant treatment.For this 1-off custom hand-made sample, Tokyo Lifestyle created the Nike Air Flight which they call a mixture between the Air Flight 89, Air Jordan 3, and Air Jordan 4. The shoe features a Varsity Maize leather upper with black detailing on the heel, midsole, and the branding on the heel and ankle. Anthracite has then been added on the tongue, inner liner and outsole. This Nike Air Flight Tokyo takes inspiration from the Air Jordan 5 of the same name. What are your thoughts? Let us know in the comments section below.
Remember last year around the Spring/Summer when Nike released the Nike Air Huarache Run in an all-white Ostrich colorway? Well, now they’ve decided to utilize the same makeup on the Nike Air Flight Huarache Low. The tonal offering with hits of Ostrich throughout the upper promises to be a fan favorite for the coming season, let’s take a closer look.The low top version of the Nike Air Flight Huarache comes in a premium white ostrich textured leather upper gently offset by the black accents found on the upper of the shoe. The predominantly all-white sneaker is accompanied by even more white by way of the sole unit seen below. No release information, but don’t be surprised to see these drop soon ad they look to be ideal for the Spring season. Cop or drop? Let us know in the comments below.