Nike Free Flyknit

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Style

Nike’s Free technology is easily the brand’s most comfortable in recent memory, possibly of all time. The brand’s introduction of Flyknit was well received among sneaker enthusiasts and athletes alike, so we figured it was only a matter of time before the Swoosh merged the two technologies. That time is now.

Earlier this week the brand unveiled their Nike Free Flyknit at their Beaverton, Oregon headquarters. These performance shoes feature an ultra comfortable Free+ 5.0 midsole mated to an ultra lightweight Flyknit upper. With a sock like fitting around the ankle, you can expect these to fit like a glove. The shoes will be released on August 1st of this year, but the Swoosh has already made pre-orders available through the Nike online store.

Nike Free Flyknit 1

Nike Free Flyknit 2

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