With today marking the official release of the Air Jordan XX9, we present our exclusive recap of
It all ended so quickly. They had been just around the corner, figuratively speaking, for months
Asher Roth, Universal Motown, and Flight Club hook up on an ultra-exclusive FC All-Star t-shirt
A few days ago, famous sneaker consignment shop Flight Club hosted a special event for Hip-Hop
Following up on last year’s joint venture into the world of sports equipment with Spalding,
In recent memory world famous Flight Club has aligned itself with perennial throwback leaders
Throughout professional basketball and much like any sport, fans have been subjected to a
Hooking up with the legendary Spalding company, Flight Club sticks to their basketball roots
Flight Club New York worked on a collaboration with famous jersey manufacturer, Mitchell and Ness, to design a few jackets to commemorate Brooklyn and the Brooklyn Bridge. The collabo includes the Brooklyn Bums jacket, coming in blue and black, and the Four Five jacket coming in black. The Bums jacket has a lot of details on the front and on the sleeves with a Flight Club logos and baseball graphic. However, the coolest part of the jacket is definitely on the back where if you extend your arms, you can see the entire Brooklyn bridge, resembling flying wings. Flight Club is definitely taking off with this collaboration.
Flight Club Greene Street, the original location of Flight Club, has reopened. Located on 254 Greene Street in Manhattan (just south of 8th street, to the north east of Washington Square Park), this redesigned FCNY Greene Street now accepts both new and used footwear of the highest quality and exclusivity. The reopening of this store also represents Flight Club having four brick and mortar stores (2 in NY, 1 in LA and one in Japan) to compliment its world-famous online speciality shop.