Great Nike Flyknit training sneakers are no longer relegated to just Racers and Trainers. Now, there are plenty of Flyknit silhouettes equally as revered as those two foundational pairs.
The Nike Flyknit Lunar 3 “Oreo” heightens its awareness but co-opting a famed Flyknit colorway. The black and white theme works to perfection over Lunarlon cushioning adjoined by reflective detailing at the heel.
The shoe drops on August 4 at select Nike retailers for $160.
There’s a large infusion of Nike Flyknit Racer construction seen throughout Nike’s new “Unlimited” collection for the Olympics. The LunarEpic Low Flyknit, a standout of the bunch, is seen in greater detail here today.
Joining Volt and Hyper Punch hues for a vibrant ascension, a white Lunarlon sole unit rests below propping up the lightweight upper. Along with the remainder of the “Unlimited” collection, the Nike LunarEpic Low Flyknit “Unlimited” drops on August 4 at retailers like Kith.
In anticipation of the impending Summer Games in Rio, Nike Flyknit 4.0 today reveals a massive collection filled with a wide assortment of silhouettes inspired not only by the spirit of competition, but the world around us and its many beautiful colors and how they shift and change in evolutionary fashion.
Nike President and CEO Mark Parker is known for being remarkably observant, a trait he shares with the Nike design team. Nature, which surrounds us all, is their driving force in crafting the “Unlimited” collection, which will be worn by Swoosh athletes in Rio.
Consisting of the all-new Nike Zoom All Out Flyknit, Zoom Superfly Flyknit, Zoom KD 9, NikeCourt Air Zoom UltraFly, Free RN Motion Flyknit, LunarEpic Flyknit, LunarEpic Low Flyknit and much, much more, each these styles highlight a penetrating array of tones that, when in motion, appear in a glowing path that represent the athletes unrivaled abilities and the world’s “Unlimited” inspiration and design possibilities.