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When it comes to spring wears and the long list of sneaker necessities required when temperatures rise, comfort undoubtedly peaks among that laundry list of concerns. That said, few styles rival the Nike Flyknit Racer in contentment. The latest iteration comes in a monochromatic white and black scheme which is ideal for warm weather functionality based in a minimal aesthetic. Joined with black Swoosh branding, matching laces and liner, an all-white upper and corresponding midsole make for a proper blend of relaxed tones to evoke a bravado noted in past white and black Roshe Runs and Flyknit Racers and Trainers. Pairs are available now at international retailers including size?.
Set to release alongside a slew of new colorways, the Nike Flyknit Lunar 3 Wolf Grey/Sequoia is one of the standouts from the forthcoming crop of Flyknit enabled Roshes. Evolving aesthetically while maintaining its signature simplicity, this colorway takes to a bold wolf grey knitted upper married to timely sequoia accents at both the tongue and heel tab and midsole. Priced at $120, look for pairs tomorrow, February 5th at Nike.
Spring 2015 looks to be a strong season for the Nike Flyknit Roshe Run. Perfecting the once minimal shoe that now dons new technological advancements, the model boldly contrasts traditional footwear construction all the while revolutionizing the way current innovation unfolds in the sneaker landscape. Both men's and women's colorways are set to take flight in vibrant colorways and multi-colored options that evoke a sense of style and function. The Nike Flyknit 4.0 will be available globally at select Nike Sportswear retailers and online at Nike.com beginning February 5th.
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