Brand New Nike Air Zoom Flight 95 SE "University Red" Basketball Shoes

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Brand New Nike Air Zoom Flight 95 SE "University Red" Basketball Shoes

Popular Nike Shoes still has a few new upcoming Nike Air Zoom Flight 95 colorways set to release that includes some some new materials.One pair of Nike’s that Jason Kidd will be remembered by is the Air Zoom Flight 95. We have already seen one colorway return for 2015 and the next to show up is the Nike Air Zoom Flight 95 SE Red / Black.This Zoom Flight 95 gets stripped of it’s carbon fiber design on the midsole and overlays but instead has a smooth suede finish, but the brand will keep the design on the mid-foot. Red and black mix things up on the upper portion and tongue while using a woven jacquard textile. Other details include black laces speckles, white midsole and translucent outsole.
Inspired by the infamous draft-day trade, the Nike Zoom Kobe 5 Protro White Black Red gives the nod to the team that didn't select Kobe Bryant. The shoe's white upper is accented by Orion Blue on the branding, mesh collar and heel counter, with Varsity Purple on the Swoosh outline and inner lining. The Phlyon midsole incorporates Zoom units for cushioning.The Kobe 5 Protro is a basketball sneaker designed by Nike for former basketball legend Kobe Bryant. It first debuted towards the tail end of the of 2019 in Asia, and at the beginning of 2020 with the revival of the “Chaos” colorway that’s inspired by Bryant’s admiration for Heath Ledger’s role as the Joker in Batman, The Dark Knight.
The Nike Air More Uptempo Black White 2016 is one of Nike’s most renowned 1990s basketball designs.these shoes are made of black Durabuck upper with a contrasting “Air” logo that has a white highlight with reflective qualities. A full Air unit that is visible along the outsole of the shoe to complete the design.The Nike Air More Uptempo is a popular basketball sneaker that debuted in 1996. The “AIR” lettering draws inspiration from oversized objects from ’90’s graffiti and pop art. It was designed by Wilson Smith and made famous by Scottie Pippen in the late '90s.

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