Nike Adds "Football Grey" to the Air Zoom Flight 95

Can’t go wrong with black and white.

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Each year, Nike dips into its expansive archive and pulls out classic silhouettes. For 2022, a notable inclusion has been the Air Zoom Flight 95. While colorways have popped up here and there over recent years, Nike teaming up with Supreme on the sneaker quickly ushered it into the spotlight. Since then, we’ve been treated to a mix of retro looks and new takes on the silhouette. Now, as fall has begun, a “Football Grey” has been revealed.

This time around, the Air Zoom Flight 95 can be spotted in a mostly black and white colorway with blue accents sprinkled in. Starting with the upper, a white leather base combines with black patent leather overlays as black Swooshes grace the toe box. From there, white laces with black specks join a mesh black tongue with white leather overlays. The lateral Swoosh carries a baby blue that matches the translucent rubber outsole. Resting above this, the sneaker’s signature oversized midsole appears in white to complete the look.

Nike has yet to share a specific release date for the Air Zoom Flight 95 “Football Grey.” However, it is expected to hit shelves via Nike and select retailers in the coming months at a price of $165 USD.

For more in footwear, Nike has officially revealed its Día de Muertos-themed “Somos Familia” footwear collection.

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