NikeLab Zoom Triple Black

Jun 10, 2016

Category: Style

Nike’s Flyknit has been so well received that it hasn’t only changed the way the Oregon based brand makes shoes, but the entire industry as well. Instead of playing it conservative, the apparel giant has been outfitting their newest releases, like All Out FlyKnit Zoom Triple Black, with the technology from heel to toe.

While you can’t deny either the performance or look of the breathable sock-like Flyknit upper on the shoe, what really makes this shoe stand out is the stark contrast between the Zoom midsole in Volt and the otherwise murdered out construction. It’s a nice addition that brings out the aggressive combination of the black Nike tech. Of course, when the rubber meets the road these shoes are built to move. With a cushion foam forefoot for a lively but cushioned response and asymmetrical Flywire cables that provide for midfoot support – you can do a whole lot more than just look cool in these. The kicks won’t be released until a few weeks from now, but when they are up for grabs, you can pick them up for $200. [Purchase]

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