March 6th, 2014 by John Kim / 10
Nike is all about innovation, and there’s no better platform to springboard into uncontested advancement with Flyknit. In just two years, Flyknit has managed to redefine lightweight running in both the performance and style aspects, and this Summer, the breakthrough technology will make its foray into the sport of international football. Today, Nike introduces the Magista Boot – the first Flyknit-built footwear for the pitch; the shoe is four years in the making, arriving just in time for the grandest stage of the world’s most popular sport – the 2014 World Cup. Of all the upgrades made to this shoe, the most intriguing is NIKESKIN; it measures just 0.1mm in thickness and is placed above the Flyknit upper to protect it from water and the elements. The Magista will be available for pre-order on April 29th at Nike.com and will be available for purchase on May 22nd, so check out the official gallery below and stay tuned for a release.
Filed under: Nike Flyknit
Tags: Nike Magista
These are dope... Can't wait to see Brazil & Italy have these on durin da World Cup... And knowin futbol cleats, these will be very expensive
These go hard! Wish I needed cleats for something, I might get these and join a softball league for church! Next will be American football and baseball! Does Nike have fkyknit for track and field cleats yet?
Not yet but u know they comin once track season starts goin in a month. A few Olympic trials goin on in da summer too. So I'm sure Nike will flyknit track & field shoes like they have basketball & soccer now... And watch when football season comes around, flyknit football cleats too
@diegoz95 They announced the knit samba, this is their high end boot I think.
@AlexGottKicks 275 for this model actually