July 16th, 2013 by John Kim / 8
“It creates a symbiotic relationship between your body and the footwear.”
The Free x Flyknit relationship is something we all anticipated on some level. After all, Nike Free and Flyknit are built with the same mission of creating a bare-boned running experience, and although the manufacturing process of both are certainly different from one another, the two come together rather seamlessly to create an incredible running experience and a natural ride. Earlier today, Nike unveiled Free Flyknit at an Innovation Summit at its World Headquarters in Beaverton, OR, and this official look at this upcoming footwear definitely has running fanatics and brand loyalists excited at this next-level production. The Nike Free Flyknit is slated for an official release beginning in August (a pre-order is available now), so check out the official imagery and video below and stay tuned to Sneaker News for more updates on the Nike Free Flyknit.
Nike Free Flyknit
Runners can now reap the benefits of natural motion found in Nike Free and the supportive, second-skin fit of Nike Flyknit in a single shoe. The Nike Free Flyknit unites two of Nike’s most innovative and popular technologies to deliver barefoot-like flexibility and a compression fit that locks the foot in place.
The Nike Free Flyknit is designed to flex with the foot in motion. It is informed by Nike’s “Nature Amplified” design ethos — an approach fueled by scientific data and athlete insights.
Wait, why do socks need laces....? But anyway I like the design but maybe if they go on sale I'd buy them until then it's not looking like I'll be buy them any time soon