Nike Goddess Flyknit Racer

Mar 9, 2017

Category: Style

Five years on from its 2012 release and Nike’s Flyknit Racer is still getting sneaker-heads all worked up and ready to empty out there wallets. The reason why? Incredible colorway releases like this all white shoe dubbed the Nike Goddess Flyknit Racer.

The Yang to last December’s all black release, this shoe is nothing less than the ideal sneaker for the Spring. With an ultralight Flyknit upper in pure white that sports a barely visible Nike Swoosh along the side, it is sure to match well with just about any getup. Along with the breezy upper, the shoe promises top notch cushioning and responsiveness thanks to a Zoom Air unit in the forefoot and full length Phylon midsole along the entire shoe. Of course, you’ll likely have to walk around the city in constant fear of scuffs and smudges, but we doubt that’ll deter anyone from picking up a pair. Prices are set at $150. [Purchase]

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