If any company knows how to make something that looks as good as it feels, it’s Nike. For years the brand has married both comfort and technical great design, and with the announcement of the Roshe Flyknit 2.0 they show no signs of stopping.
This shoe, an update on the already popular style, features updates throughout. As Nike lays it out in their press release, the main focus for them was comfort – specifically the underfoot and upper. For the latter, they’ll be using a Flyknit infused minimal upper that remembers the arch and form of your foot and will have the ability to flex and expand thanks to its lofted grooves. Underfoot comfort comes courtesy of a dual density memory foam in the insole, a waffle outsole that can flex four ways, and a tri-fusion IU mid that varies in density throughout the shoe. Oh, and did we mention that they look good? These will be available via the SNKRS app starting September 1st where they will retail for between $90-$120.
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