A decade ago, the launch of the Air Jordan 1 and 2 marked the launch, at long last, of the iconic Nike Flight legacy model.
The Air Jordan 3 and 4 were followed by the Air Max X, Air Jordan 2 and 3, Air Max 1, Air Zoom Elite, Air Jordans 1 and 3 and even the Air Yeezy Boost.
Now, with Nike’s Flight Legacy models, a decade on, the iconic sneaker is poised to be re-introduced in a completely new way.
Nike has made significant alterations to the original models over the years and now the brand has released a few versions of the shoe that are expected to make a splash with the new generation of fans.
Nike’s official unveiling will take place on February 10 at Los Angeles’ Staples Center, where Nike will be unveiling the brand’s new Air Force 1 Elite, a pair of sneaks with a white/black colorway and white/red trim.
The sneaker will be available for pre-order at Nike.com starting March 1.