January 30, 2014 BY Ian Hundiak / 0
Often when Nike mixes various types of technology that they have at their disposal, interesting things happen, and new innovative models are born. This Nike WMNS Flyknit Air Max, for instance, combines (as the shoe’s title suggests) Air Max technology in the sole with Flyknit on the upper. Though the shoe’s upper is mostly dressed in a light blue, the most striking aspect of this colorway is the gradient effect that starts as red in the front and changes to a volt green towards the back. This gradient effect is not only contained in the sole, but also bleeds into the Flyknit above it. Let us know in the comments if you like what Nike did with these and stay with Sneaker News for more.
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