Nike has released information on what their next running shoe will look like: the Nike Free Flyknit. To put it crudely, it’s basically a sock with the sole of a running shoe connected to the bottom of the shoe. It will be priced at $160 and will go on sale in the U.S. on August 1.
“The Nike Free Flyknit is the fusion of two of Nike’s most iconic footwear technologies – Nike Flyknit’s compression upper and Nike Free’s flexible sole. The shoe therefore provides the benefits of natural movement and a good fit.” The outsole of this new Nike Free Flyknit is the same as the Nike Free, but the upper is a knitted material that is much like socks.
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When we talk about streetwear culture, especially sneakers, one of the first brands that comes to our minds is Nike. It has been leading this urban fashion trend for decades, practically since its beginnings.
Blazers were seen in NBA games, especially thanks to the player George ‘The Iceman’ Gervin. By the way, do you know where the name of these sneakers comes from? It’s a tribute to the Portland Trail Blazers, the basketball team from the city where Phil Knight, the founder of Nike, was born. You can learn more details in the article about the history of the Nike Blazer.
They started out as a high top basketball shoe, but over time the low top version has ended up being worn more as a city shoe. The history of the AF1 is exciting and that’s why we have a special article to tell you about it.
It is clear that the 90s were the golden age of Nike Basketball. After the Uptempo and many other models, the Nike Air Foamposite arrived to propose something different inside the basketball courts. The collection debuted with two models, the Foamposite and the Foamposite Pro. The main difference between them was that the Pro was decorated with the Swoosh logo embossed on the side.
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