From fashionable court high tops to timeless deck styles, PF Flyers has established some of the most influential and enduring directions in sneaker design.
Patented in 1933, Posture Foundation insole technology set a new standard in a sneaker comfort. Its success grew and in 1937 became the basis for the brand name, “PF Flyers.”
Sport styles by PF were icons of the 1950s, renowned for helping you “play at full speed longer.” The brand earned a permanent place in American mythology, lionized in stories and films such as “The Sandlot.”
Vaunted classics from the PF archive set the bar by which new PF designs are measured. PF Archival Reissues pay homage to these quintessential models, reissued with utmost fidelity to the originals in material, build, color, and markings.
Bob Cousy Hi:
The Bob Cousy Hi was worn by basketball’s first superstar. The sneaker features gullwing closure™ and model specific markings and comes in a Celtics Green just in time for the NBA finals.
The Glide was originally released in 1979 and is a plush basketball reissue that features era specific markings, padded tongue, heel ribs and terry lining.
The Center Hi was originally released in 1953 and is the enduring basketball classic, vertically ribbed toe guard with diamond-patterned outsole.