The Sneakers Flight Attendants Would Wear If They Weren’t Completely Swagless

Airlines and the flight attendants they employ are for the most part terribly, completely swagless. They lead you like cattle onto their overcrowded planes, serve you a mini can of diet Pepsi and a bag filled with two broken pretzels and expect you to fork over hundreds of dollars. As for the flight attendants, I mean, yeah, sure, objectively speaking, their job blows nuthole. Dealing with hundreds of angry, self-centered people a day, while zooming around the world without ever getting to enjoy the destinations sounds terrible. But worst of all, their uniforms are fugly as shit. Luckily for them, art director Marco Lemcke has imagined which Nikes pair perfectly with which airlines, making their uniforms both increasingly comfortable and #relevant. The real winner here is clearly Virgin Atlantic, who, in Lemcke's view, is deserving of Air Jordan "Raptors," while KLM airlines gets pretty much boned with some basic ass blue Roshe Runs.

8 Responses to “The Sneakers Flight Attendants Would Wear If They Weren’t Completely Swagless”

  1. julio sack

    Ryanair Maxes: you get charged 2 quid for the sole, then the uppers 50, laces a tenner and so on. Nah you won’t get this thoooo

    • WAVY

      Hahahaha I feel you but it’s even worse: the Ryanair Maxes are bootlegs lol

  2. x97sfinest

    Aye don’t hate on flight attendants. Gotta eat somehow.

  3. Jordan Tunnicliff

    Marco needs to study some history. At no point in the history of ever has Britain had any form of link with the air force 1. The AF1 would be perfect for American Airlines etc, British Airways would be some sort of runner. Cool concept though. The Canadians would be rocking the cleanest kicks.

    • Ghost of Jam Master Jay

      Canadians rockin the AF1 Duckboot covered with maple syrup spills


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