Another example of Nike‘s “Nature Amplified” principle is the Nike Free Flyknit. Combining two of Nike’s best-loved technological advances, the Nike Free Flyknit puts a Flyknit upper on top of a Free 5.0 midsole, for an optimized running experience.
And by using Flyknit construction in the upper, the Nike Free Flyknit reduces the usual amount of waste in the production of the shoe by 88%. So not only is the Free Flyknit good for your feet, but it’s good for the Earth, too.
The only thing the Nike Free Flyknit might not be good for is your wallet, since it carries a suggested retail price of $160. But if you’ve got the funds to make that work, you can pre-order a pair at Nike’s online store here.
You can also check out some official images of the Nike Free Flyknit in the above gallery. Enjoy!
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