April 8th, 2014 by Brendan Dunne
The Nike Free Hyperfeel is probably the single Flyknit sneaker that sees the least amount of casual wear. We’ll attribute that to sneaker’s dedication to performance and the nearly non-existent sole that the Hyperfeel set up along the bottom provides. Coming soon for the shoes is a whole new group of releases, which should be in stores for Summer 2014. And, as usual, we’ve got the preview for you. Continue reading to see all the images and check back in on Sneaker News for the word on when these Flyknits will be at stateside spots.
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June 15th, 2013 by John Kim
What’s truly exciting about Flyknit (and why we ranked it as the third-best sneaker last year behind the Yeezy 2 and Galaxy Foams) is that the possibilities are truly endless; not only can we expect a full line of new footwear, but the classics reborn with that Flyknit material (we are eagerly awaiting something like the Flyknit Max 1). What we’ve seen from Flyknit since its debut in February of 2012 hasn’t really changed, with the Trainer and Racer upper construction being mixed around with Lunar outsoles and Chukka-cuts, but here we get a first look at the Nike Flyknit Hyperfeel – a sneaker that looks like it is cut out for high performance.
The Flyknit Hyperfeel debuts a new pattern of knitting, with an ankle cut that’s just between the normal runner and the Chukka. The flat outsole with square traction pegs also features a graphic of a thermal footprint, giving the shoe more of an inner-bootie appeal. We’ve been waiting for the next Flyknit to wow us, and although the design does look track ready rather than street-ready, it’s certainly exciting to see what’s coming next. More photos below, so take a look and stay tuned for more updates.
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