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New Jordans 2016, The Nike Flight Bonafide is a brand new silhouette for 2017 and is conceptualized by the mastermind behind the Nike SF-AF1, Ben Kirschner. The sneaker consists of a multicolor flyknit upper and borrows tooling from the Nike Air Zoom Flight 95. It features a sock-like collar and a zipper at the heel for a uniform dynamic fit. If the name Ben Kirschner sounds familiar, it's because the Nike Sportswear designer was the man behind the Nike SF-AF1, perhaps NSW's most celebrated new design of the Fall/Winter season. His latest creation remixes the Nike Zoom Flight 95, a fan-favorite basketball model from the mid-90s worn by basically every point guard in the league during that time from a rookie Jason Kidd all the way to Terrell Brandon.
Cheap Jordans 2017, Ben Kirschner continues to bring futuristic concepts to Nike, pushing their creativity this time with the Zoom Flight Bonafide "Multicolor". The design above is an evolved version of the Nike Zoom Flight 95, using similar materials and many technical properties from the popular 90's shoe. Updated with a Flyknit woven upper and offering a mid sock fit, it's likely that the pair has also taken elements from football (soccer) and american football silhouettes. With no lacing system, the zip at the heel provides a nice and easy tightening mechanism, again bringing a more modern and alternative feature to the design.
2017 Nike KD 10 For Sale, Highlighted by the multicolor Flyknit that dominates the upper, this Zoom Flight Bonafide also features hits of Black on the sock-like ankle as well as where we would typically see the tongue of the shoe. A white midsole with the faux carbon fiber pods in black complete the eye-catching Nike Basketball silhouette along with a white rubber outsole. Nike introduced a special "Five Decades of Basketball" collection. Featuring special renditions of five different Swoosh silhouettes that have hit the hardwood over the years, the highlight of the drop was perhaps the unique Zoom Bonafide. Designed by Ben Kirschner (the same man behind the wildly popular SF-AF1), the design reimagines the classic Zoom Flight 95 as a Flyknit-constructed high-top.