Flight Club Has Morals! Here’s A List Of Rules/Shoes They Won’t Accept
You think Flight Club became the number 1 consignment shop in the world by just accepting anything anyone wants to try to resell? NOPE! These guys have morals and strict rules on what they won’t sell for you.
After reselling became mainstream and footwear brands started to flood the market by increasing production numbers and releasing countless restocks, the landscape of the market has drastically changed. To keep the business tight, Flight Club had to get more strict on what they would accept so they don’t have to rent out an extra storage unit for the stuff that completely flops on the aftermarket.
In case you were wondering exactly what you can’t bring to Flight Club, we’ve got some answers. Courtesy of @Sneakerology, we’ve acquired a list of rules and sneakers you shouldn’t even bother bringing into the most prestigious consignment shop anymore. Read below:
- Only 5 pair lot of sneakers can be brought in at a time.
- No Pre-School sizes are allowed.
- No Huaraches are allowed.
- Most basketball styles are NOT allowed.
Note: TSG has reached out to Flight Club for confirmation on these rules.
These specific sneakers are also not being accepted at Flight Club right now:
Air Jordan 11 Low GS “Aqua”
Air Jordan 7 “Barcelona Nights”
Nike Air Huarache “White”
Air Jordan 11Lab4
Nike Air Max Zero
Dover Street Market x Air Jordan 1
Air Jordan 1 “Barons”
Air Jordan 4 “Oreo”
Adidas ZX Flux “Xeno”
Nike Blazer “Metric”
Nike Flyknit Racer “Oreo”
Air Jordan 4 “Teal”
Air Jordan 7 “Hare”
Nike Dunk SB Low “De La Soul 2.0”
Air Jordan 11 “Legend Blue”
All Nike Air Max “Patch”