The Air Zoom Flight 95, one of the first sneakers to popularize Nike Zoom Air technology, made famous by Jason Kidd is back in full force. Its natural lines and futuristic “bug eyes” represent the time’s design language. Metallic accents contrast with smooth leather for a premium off-court look. The release dates are not yet specified but there are first looks.
This new edition features a whole Light Orewood Brown upper, replacing the carbon-fiber armored parts with lifestyle-friendly leather with a pressed Swoosh emblem. Tonal stitching on the waves of the underlayer matches the heel pull tab. The exposed dome pods on the midsole, on the other hand, are checkered carbon-fiber dyed with primary hues of red (University Red), blue (Hyper Cobalt), and yellow (University Gold), with the classic white/black appearing on the medial pod to match the midfoot plate.
Other features include the performance hoop which delivers lasting comfort and cushioning, an extended tongue, rounded midsole, and embroidered details that add quintessential ’90s style. The rubber outsole adds traction and durability.
The zoom flight 95 is yet to appear in the retail market in the US and is most awaited so stay tuned for release dates and other updates. For more sneaker related content click here and keep following Streetsense.
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