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Nike Flyknit Racer – Upcoming Summer 2014 Releases

March 30, 2014 BY / 5

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The Nike Flyknit Racer is a first generation model from the Flyknit category that’s still around. In fact, all of the silhouettes that debuted the technology, save for the scarce HTM editions, are still around nearly two years after their first arrival on sneaker shelves. Does Nike plan to keep these models around for as long as the Flyknit line is still going? We hope so, as we can’t get enough of clorways like these new ones for summer ’14, which consist of a grey/black and a red/black. Continue reading for detailed images of both and watch for them a little early at spots like RRS right now.


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Those black/white pair are either gonna be really easy to get or really hard to get. Flyknit shit dont come in between hard and easy cops. 

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