Air Jordan 1 First Class Flight: Release date, price, where to shop

Posted: 20 September 2019 9:57 am


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Pack your bags because the latest iteration from Nike's Air Jordan 1 series is here and we are obsessed.

Planning on a quick little jet-away? If you can't afford first class (and we totally get it), you might want to opt for the First Class Flight sneakers instead. That's right, the classic Nike Air Jordan 1 has been re-invented in numerous styles, and always into something cool and funky. We are still waiting to get our hands on a pair of Air Jordan 1 Obsidian sneakers. The most current iteration is something very imaginative and we are obsessed. The First Class Flight kicks are inspired by aeroplanes, giving off a very retro vibe.

Release date: 26 September

Price: $240

Where to buy: Nike or you can check out our favourite stockists like THE ICONIC, JD Sports and Platypus Shoes. You can currently grab them at StockX. The asking price is a little high at the moment but if you have cash to spend, go for gold!

The leather of the sneakers has that "lived in" look, with a number of intentional folds and creases at the stress points. There are a few barcodes – tying in with the flight theme – on the heels. And, there's some subtle typography on the back lateral. Yellow is a statement shade, being featured on the inner swooshes, the under ankle flaps, tongue tabs and the whole outsole tread. Christian Louboutin who? We only wear yellow now!




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Keen for more sneaker content? Good news – there has been plenty of sneaker news this week that is totally worth your money. The latest drop from adidas Yeezy is the Cloud White and you need to see it here. If you're in the mood for gifting presents, spend your cash on Nike's Air Max 98 Halloween-themed sneakers for kids. And finally, if you're looking for something unique and different, we recommend checking out the GOLF le FLEUR x Converse collaboration. It's seriously flame-worthy.

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