PF Flyers Boxcut Center – Grey/Red/White

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It’s been our pleasure to see PF Flyers make a comeback, having been a fan of the company and their shoes since I was just a little kid. The company has a long standing history which dates back to 1933 when BF Goodrich patented the Posture Foundation insole and started incorporating it into their Goodrich action shoes and with over 75 years in the game it’s good to see the company still going hard with their casual models and basketball sneakers.

One of my personal favorites from the PF Flyers lineup has got to be the Boxcut Center shown here, a basketball sneaker originally released in the 50’s. The old school look is just as fashionable today as it was 60 years ago. The re-issue models features all the same elements as the OG’s released in the 50’s such as the trademarked ribbed toe bumper, a diamond-patterned outsole and the layered “boxcut” upper made up from canvas and ballistic nylon. This specific version makes us of a Grey/Red/White color scheme, however there are a few others out there if your not interested in this certain colorway so keep your eyes open if you’re interested.

Those who wanna pick up this Grey/Red/White version of the PF Flyers Boxcut Center can get em now through Finishline for $75.

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