- Since 1937, PF Flyers has been dedicated to having fun, looking good and being comfortable. It's an essential, ready-for-action synergy that simply improves with age.
- Exacting reissue of the 1950's basketball icon.
- Choose between patent leather, smooth leather or plaid fabric uppers.
- Lace-up design.
- Trademark ribbed toe bumper.
- Printed lining adds a fun color pop.
- Removable Reissue insole with rigid PF Wedge®.
- Diamond-patterned rubber outsole.
- Weight: 15 oz
- Shaft: 4 1⁄2 in
- Product measurements were taken using size 9, width D - Medium. Please note that measurements may vary by size.
Customer Reviews Provided by Zappos
PF Flyers are some of the best shoes I've ever owned. Everywhere I go, I am complimented on my sweet kicks.
Felt true to size
Felt narrower than marked
Moderate arch support
- Anonymous - customer
- from New Jersey
- November 29, 2009
Amazing style and grace - A good friend of mine put me onto PF Flyers about a year ago. I bought my first couple pairs this school year, and have became a true fan of PFs. I highly recommend the "patent leather version" though it is a little pricey compared to the other versions, I have turned many heads with the burgundy colorway and is very favorable with the ladies! If you are a Converse fan, these are the way to go. PF Flyers are the most comfortable shoe I probably own, and on the plus side, the soles mold to the shape of your foot, making it more of a personal feel opposed to the soles of Chucks, that make your foot feel like you are walking on the cement. If you want a shoe that is fashionable and comfortable, PF Flyers are the way to go.
Felt true to size
Felt true to width
- Stevie M - customer
- from Atlanta, GA
- October 23, 2008
PF Flyers and Red ball jets were all the rage in the fifties when I was a kid. These shoe are comfortable, stylish (to me anyway) and fit true to size. Now if only someone would bring back Red Ball Jets, I would have every retro shoe I want. I really like these shoes.
- C.L. W - customer
- from Kansas
- September 9, 2009