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Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • Flight Club's estimated annual revenue is currently $30.4M per year.(?)
  • Flight Club's estimated revenue per employee is $227,000

Employee Data

  • Flight Club has 134 Employees.(?)
  • Flight Club grew their employee count by -6% last year.
  • Flight Club currently has 1 job openings.

Established in New York City over a decade ago, Flight Club revolutionized sneaker retail as the original consignment store for rare shoes. Carrying the rarest exclusives and collectible sneakers, Flight Club has evolved from a one-stop sneaker destination, to a cultural hub for sneaker enthusiasts and novices alike. With three brick-and-mortar locations in New York City,Los Angeles, and Miami, Flight Club remains the premier source for authentic, rare sneakers. With a tradition rooted in guaranteed authentic merchandise — a reputation that began in 1999 with vintagekicks.com — Flight Club established itself as the premier location for both customers and consignors alike. For more than a decade, this has been the most reliable source for customers demanding authentic merchandise; and it’s the most hassle-free process for independent sellers looking to move their inventory. The first store opened its doors in April 2005 at 254 Greene Street in New York, immediately expanding Flight Club’s consigning and selling operations. The brand explored locations throughout SoHo and the Financial District — and briefly popped up in Japan — before adding a California shop at 503 N Fairfax Ave in Los Angeles and settling in at 812 Broadway in New York.