Nike Free Run Flyknit ‘Oreo’

Apr 11, 2016

Category: Style

You can’t dismiss a pure black and white color scheme. It’s a simple but striking combo that shows up everywhere from classic board-games to tuxedos. Now, more recently, that classic look has been applied to Nike’s “Oreo” Free Run Flyknits.

Perfect for wearing to the gym, taking on runs, or for just keeping comfortable on your less formal days around town, these kicks combine the now famous Flyknit upper with a high tech midsole and Free outsole designed to expand forward, backward, and sideways for maximum cushioning while running. Nike’s beloved Free outsole could be the most comfortable on the market, thanks to the unique auxetic foam that has multi-directional cuts in it to make for supreme protection and support while you are pounding the pavement. If you want to add these to your collection – expect to drop around $150. [Purchase]

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