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Nike Flyknit One+ – February Releases

January 25th, 2013 by | 3 comments

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The next step in the Flyknit evolution touches down in February as the Lunar-based Nike Flyknit One+ is due up for an official release on February 14th. Twelve colorways for both men and women are set for availability, with basic tones and louder colorways giving consumers plenty of options for their latest Running shoe pick-up. We have a gallery of all twelve Nike Flyknit One+ releases just below so give them a review and stay tuned for an official debut on 2/14 with an MSRP of $150, but be advised that some spots are releasing them early.

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Nike Flyknit One+ “Multi-Color”

January 15th, 2013 by | 5 comments

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The long-gone multicolored pairs of the Nike Flyknit HTM Trainer ended up as some of the most coveted in the young Nike Flyknit series. It looks like that static look just might be a bit more accessible going forward thanks to this Nike Flyknit One+ pair we’ve got a preview of. There’s no apparent HTM connection at this point so hopefully that means that the masses will have a bit easier time getting their hands on a pair. Check out this Nike Flyknit One+ in multi-color after the jump and let us know if you’d pick them up at retail.

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Nike Flyknit One+ Spring/Summer 2013

December 18th, 2012 by | 1 comment

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The Nike Flyknit technology is fortunately here to stay, as everyone’s favorite new series of runners will continue to spread its wings in 2013 when a couple of new silos are added into the range. One such sneaker is the Nike Flyknit One+, boasting Nike+ options on the tech side of things and a wavy, speckled sole on the visual side. And it will be rolling out in a good number of colorways just like the Nike Flyknit Trainer before it, a group that we’ve got a preview of right here. Continue reading to check out the Nike Flyknit One+ pairs that are on their way for Spring/Summer of 2013 and check back with us for more concrete release info.

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Nike Flyknit One+ – Royal – Volt

December 12th, 2012 by | 2 comments

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Nike Flyknit left an indelible impression on 2012 and heads into the next year with tremendous momentum and yet another eye-catching new colorway for the upcoming LunarLon standard.  The Nike Flyknit One+ makes the featherweight foam cushioning platform a given for general releases, and with energetic colorups like this ‘Sprite’-like blend, the Swoosh’s cutting edge weave is setting the gold standard for a second straight summer.  Flyknit has a special look that’s so extraordinary we already know it will be remembered as one of the defining styles of this era, and you can see more of this early ’13 edition after the jump below.

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Nike Winter 2013 Lookbook + Preview

October 30th, 2012 by | 7 comments

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A sneakerhead’s 2012 has been an incredible ride full of probably more heat than any year ever thanks to hugely varied range of new and established styles, and Nike looks to keep the momentum going across the spectrum with some impressive running styles both new and old for the first quarter of next year.  Dubbed with the ‘Winter’ seasonal distinction we see interchangeably with the ‘Spring’ moniker, the Swoosh has readied so much good stuff you’re cheating yourself if you don’t take a moment to examine the whole display.

You’ve got the Nike Air Max+ 2013 flagship joined by the Flyknit One+ on the performance side of things, twists to the classics in the form of the first VNTG Air Max 90s and Engineered Mesh Air Max 95s, and somewhere in between is the indomitable Free Run+ 2, arguably the single best all-around (beautiful, comfortable, versatile, accessible, etc.) Nike Frees ever released.  There are too many more styles to mention already lined up for Q1, so click through the next few pages to see what’s in store and stick with Sneaker News for release info for your chosen favorites.

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Nike Lunar Flyknit One

October 19th, 2012 by | 1 comment

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The first releases of the Flyknit back in February came in similar form – a Flyknit upper attached to a Lunar outsole. Although the upcoming Flyknit One opts for a different Lunar mold (resembling the dual-layer version seen in the LunarGlide+ 4), this upcoming model shares the same concept as those first HTM limited releases. These upcoming 2013 releases are likely for the ladies (the tonal pink and blue/pink are of the feminine agenda), but we have a nice side-profile viewing to get an idea of the overall construction. Check ‘em out below and let us know what you think, and stay tuned for more

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Nike Flyknit One+

October 18th, 2012 by | 4 comments

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Among the pairs from the Nike Flyknit collection that have already released, the Nike Lunar platform has been exclusive to the HTM versions, that super lightweight foam landing only on the most limited of pairs. Going forward that outsole will transitiion to a more readily available model, the Nike Lunar Flyknit One+ shown here. Better yet, colorways like this one look to take some liberties with said sole kit, splashing on a sick speckled print. Click through for a gallery of shots on the Nike Lunar One+ and let us know what you think in the comments below.

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