The Nike Air Zoom Flight 95 is back in the mainstream. After a handful of OG releases and a Supreme partnership, Nike will now focus on a few GR debuts in the coming year, including this “Pale Ivory” iteration. Along with the eponymous ivory tones, the shoe will feature hits of black and white.
The next “Pale Ivory” variant of the underrepresented Nike Air Zoom Flight silhouette will hit the sneaker market in the summer of 2023. Covered in monotonous uppers, these chunky shoes will be priced from $165 to $170. $ for each pair. Nike and its select retail chains will offer both online and offline marketplaces for the sneakers.
Nike Air Zoom Flight 95 will arrive in “Pale Ivory” colorway with Black detailing throughout
Originally introduced in 1995, the Air Zoom Flight 95 received Jason Kidd’s endorsement. They were the first pair of basketball shoes to carry the “Zoom Air” branding. Eric Avar originally created the sneaker, which has a carbon fiber accent. They have been reissued several times in different color combinations.
The Nike Air faster and several air jordan the variations that Michael Jordan wore throughout his two championship runs are among the best-known styles available today. The Nike Air Zoom Flight 95 is a vintage model from this period that does not receive as many editions as it should. This has recently started to change in previous months.
We get our first sights on a “Pale Ivory” color scheme of the model while we wait for Drake’s makeover of the silouette under his NOCTA range and the “All-Star” colorway to hit stores in 2023.
The model’s leather upper is largely covered entirely in an even palette of pale ivory, with black detailing appearing throughout the leather and mesh structure. The adjoining upper also gets a Deep Black hue in addition to White trim on the stitched Nike Swoosh on top of the toe.
The tongue flap is painted in Pale Ivory, contrasting with the all-Black inner lining and sail panel along the midfoot, the latter sporting an embroidered White Nike Swoosh near the heel counter. A pair of pale ivory and black two-tone lace ensembles run up the tongue flap. “Flight” text is printed in white on a black nylon pull tab located on the back of the heel counter.
Finalizing the aesthetic is a sand-drift and black rubber outsole, which is perfectly paired with a white “bug-eye” foam midsole to match these pairs’ uppers.
Be on the lookout for the next Nike Air Zoom Flight 95 “Pale Ivory” rendition set to arrive sometime in the summer of next year. Although the confirmed drop is secret, readers can easily purchase it from Nike stores and other retailers after launch.
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