Nike Flyknit Racer Spring 2015

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Style

Sure it’s raining and cold out right now, but just think, it only a few short months Spring will once again be upon us. The Swoosh has us more than ready as they unveiled a few new colorways of the Nike Flyknit Racer for the Spring 2015 season.

While they won’t quite hold up as a winter running shoe, the Flyknit Racer has become an immensely popular silhouette for the sunny seasons. The footwear label has debuted the shoe in four new colorways, all of which sport that Flyknit upper. An upper that combines breathability, comfort and support, while still remaining incredibly lightweight. These kicks are being worn by the best marathon runners on the scene, and if they’re good enough for those guys, they’re good enough for us. Thee sneakers retail for $150 through the Nike online store, but you better move fast, because they constantly sell out. [Purchase]

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