Supreme x Nike Zoom Air Flight 95 Spring 2022 Collaboration

Coming in three colorways.

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After dropping its Gummo collection, Supreme is returning to its major collaboration series with its latest Nike team-up. Coming together for Spring 2022, the New York imprint has put together a new version of the Nike Zoom Air Flight 95. Made exclusively for Supreme, the duo has put together three bandana-theme colorways of the shoe.

The Supreme x Nike Zoom Air Flight 95 features suede and leather uppers marked with a familiar bandana print. Further detailing comes in the form of mesh tongues with suede tongue panels and terry tongue lining, and “Flight” embroidered heel tabs. Aside from the usual embroidered Swoosh branding, additional branding elements “SUPREME” marked tongue badges and printed insoles. Elevating the shoe are Zoom Air-assisted rubber sole units with raised logo TPU windows accompanied by “Supreme” markings.

The Supreme x Nike Zoom Air Flight 95 Spring 2022 collaboration will see a global release, available via the streetwear imprint’s website on May 5, 11 a.m. EDT in the United States and May 7, 11 a.m. JST in Japan.

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