Nike Presto Fly World Sneakers

Mar 7, 2019

Category: Style

Nike has clearly found the secret to over-productivity, releasing more new shoes and colorways in the past year than any running brand in recent memory. Although most of these introductions have flown a bit under the radar, the reintroduction of the shoemaker’s iconic Presto silhouette rattled the world of footwear just over two years ago — and now, they’ve revealed a new update to the shoe.

Shown under the moniker of the Presto Fly World, the handsomely designed shoe now boasts a mesh overlay just above the TPU lacing system, a teal cage and heel, and Nike’s tasteful Swoosh branding on the tongue, midfoot, and toe. A boot-like, two-tone upper plays host to the newly acquired White/Poppy Skylight colorway, providing a tasteful mesh of style and cleanliness to define the athleisure-inspired sneaker. Better yet, you won’t have to wait for a release date — the Presto Fly World is available overseas now and expected to hit domestic retailers soon for $130.

Purchase: $130+

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