Nike Air Zoom Flight 95
Here is another retro model that I've spotted at Titan Vertis North. The Nike Air Zoom Flight 95 was a sneaker more popular to the guards back then. It was ahead of its time in terms of design with its futuristic "bug eye" look on the side panels. This was also when carbon fiber was used on Nike's basketball line as a good source of arch support. Now, we get to see it again in store shelves after being re-released in a different material makeup. The shoe is in a soft suede leather just like the OG version. For tech specs, FastPass deconstructed the shoe and they found Zoom Air unit in the forefoot with Nike Air in the heel. However, Footlocker tells that Zoom Air cushioning is in the heel so there is a bit of contradiction. I would stick with FastPass's claim since they show pictures of the deconstruction and if that is the case, it is safe to say that you can get your moneys worth. It's fine with me if I were to purchase a shoe in that cushion setup than just straight up Phylon basic foam. Also, you can even ball in them if you want to just like in the old days. Two colorways are available at Titan Vertis North for Php 8,095.
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