Jordan Flight Flex Trainer

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Style

Taking a step back from all the retro releases sneaker enthusiasts love so dearly, Jordan Brand is gearing up for the holiday season with their versatile Jordan Flight Flex Trainer.

This low top silhouette was previewed at the top of 2014, and here we get to see the latest colorway of these sleek sneakers. The shoe is sporting an upper constructed from a mesh and synthetic leather blend that is not only durable and comfortable, but also completely breathable. The attention to detail on the carven collar is second to none, and vibrant orange Flywire-securing lace loops do a nice job finishing out the upper. On the lower end of these kicks is a contrasting white midsole stamped with a windmill pattern that adds a bit of flair to the overall look. The shoe has just begun hitting select Nike retailers, and can be picked up in several different colorways directly through the brand’s online store. [Purchase]

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