HomeNikeNike Air Zoom Flight 95 OG ‘Black Metallic’ Releasing Again in 2022

Nike Air Zoom Flight 95 OG ‘Black Metallic’ Releasing Again in 2022

Nike Air Zoom Flight 95 OG Black Metallic Silver 2022 DM0523-001 Release Date Info

The iconic Nike Air Zoom Flight 95 launched back in 1995 and was tied to Jason Kidd, who wore the pair during his rookie season. Throughout the years, we have seen the model retro, with the last time taking place in 2015 for its 20th Anniversary. Whenever the pair would release, they would sit on shelves, with only true fans buying them. However, the pair will return in 2022 in the original colorway, which already has people hyped.

This Air Zoom Flight 95 comes highlighted in a Black, White, and Metallic Silver color combination. Like the original release, the model will have Black nubuck on the upper and carbon fiber overlays and placed within the circles on the White midsole. Next, we have Zoom Air cushioning, embroidered Swoosh on the ankle and toe box, and White speckles on the laces, Flight branding on the heel, and most of the outsole to finish the look.

Nike Air Zoom Flight 95 OG Black Metallic Release Details

You can expect the Nike Air Zoom Flight 95 OG ‘Black Metallic’ to release at select retailers and Nike.com during the early part of 2022. The retail price is $160. Make sure to check back with us for more updates, and below is additional photos of the 2015 drop.

Nike Air Zoom Flight 95 OG Black Metallic
Color: Black/White-Metallic Silver
Release Date: Early 2022
Style Code: DM0523-001
Price: $160

The images used are the 2015 release.

Nike Air Zoom Flight 95 OG Black Metallic Silver 2022 DM0523-001 Release Date Info

Nike Air Zoom Flight 95 OG Black Metallic Silver 2022 DM0523-001 Release Date Info

Nike Air Zoom Flight 95 OG Black Metallic Silver 2022 DM0523-001 Release Date Info

Nike Air Zoom Flight 95 OG Black Metallic Silver 2022 DM0523-001 Release Date Info

Nike Air Zoom Flight 95 OG Black Metallic Silver 2022 DM0523-001 Release Date Info

Brian Betschart
Founder and Editor of SF, Brian is considered an expert when it comes to sneakers. Collecting since he was in elementary school, his collection has grown to over 500 pairs and counting. Brian has published articles since 2004, and in 2006, he decided to create Sneaker Files.

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