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Sneaker Freaker gives us a look of the latest Nike Flyknit sneakers to be released this month. More on the next page. Definitely a #Want! (…) Read the rest of Nike ‘Flyknit’ Summer 2012 Colorways (1 words) © 2012 Highsnobette for Titel Media. Author: SGP-Editor | Permalink | No comment | Add to del.icio.us | %%sharethis_link%% Post tags: Flyknit , Nike
Give us a Nike sneaker with some volt color on it and we are in, well, for the most part at least. Here we a look at some great upcoming colorways of the Nike Flyknit Trainer+. There is one colorway with a full volt upper and another one with a bright red upper and volt outer sole. Since these will not be out for a while, we have to make up our mind, which one we like better. ( Image via Nike Stadium ) How about you? Related posts: » Nike HTM Flyknit Collection – HTM Racer, HTM Trainer+ » Nike HTM Flyknit 2nd Collection » Nike Air Trainer III LE » Nike HTM Flyknit Trainer+ Mid » DJ Clark Kent x Nike Trainer SC 2010 ‘112′
This week during the Salone in Milan, Nike presents its second HTM Flyknit Collection, as reported by Selectism . As showcased during Nike’s Olympic Summit recently, the HTM Flyknit collection is a collaboration between Japan’s Hiroshi Fujiwara (H), Nike designer, Tinker Hatfield (T) and Nike CEO and designer Mark Parker (M) and focused on showcases the “performance attributes” of Flyknit against the design knowledge of the HTM The second HTM Flyknit collection features the HTM Racer in orange and two versions of the HTM Trainer+ fashioned grey/volt and a black/white alternative to the original black version found in Collection 1 . They are available now in Milan at the NikeStadium Milano, 10 Corso Como, and Excelsior. They come to 21 Mercer St, NYC and London through DSM and 1948 this Sunday, April 2. Japan gets them on April 27 in Tokyo and Nike Harajuku and Dover Street Market in Ginza. More detailed images of the sneakers follow after the jump. ( Via Selectism ) Related posts: » Nike HTM Flyknit Collection – HTM Racer, HTM Trainer+ » Nike HTM Flyknit Trainer+ Mid » Nike Lunarglide+4 » Nike Flyknit Racer » Nike Lunar Safari
In the last post we introduced the all new light weight Nike Flyknit Racer running shoe . Here is now a look at the HTM Flyknit. Most of you should know that HTM is an on-going collaboration between Hiroshi Fujiwara, Nike CEO Mark Parker and Nike design legend Tinker Hatfield. Since 2002, the three have worked together to amplify new innovations, reinterpret existing designs and explore concepts that take the brand to new places. Photography: Highsnobiety There are 3 shoes in the Nike HTM Flyknit Collection – the HTM Racer and two versions of the HTM Trainer+. Check out all three sneakers in detail after the jump. Related posts: » Nike Lunarglide+4 » Nike Flyknit Racer » Nike Limited Edition Air Collection – Air Max Trainer 1 and Trainer SC 2010 » Nike Trainer 1.2 Mid » Nike Air Trainer Max 91 – Black/White Colorway
Nike is keeping things exciting. Next up, after having presented the Nike Flyknit Racer and Nike HTM Flyknit Collection , we give you a first preview of the Nike Lunarglide+4 running shoe. We are huge fans of the Lunarglide+3 and therefore cannot be more excited to see the +4 and it looks very nice. “Ultra lightweight and responsive, the Nike Lunarglide+4 is 18% lighter than the Nike Lunarglide+3 at 10oz and helps to maximize performance thanks to soft, springy Lunarlon cushioning and dynamic flywire The new Nike Lunarglide+4 comes as part of the Lunarlon Collection. Related posts: » Nike Lunarglide+ 3 » LIVESTRONG x Nike LunarGlide 3 » Nike Lunarglide +3 – More Colorways » Nike Lunarglide+ 3 Black/Pink/Blue » Nike N7 Lunarglide+ 3
Today we are attending the Nike Innovation Summit in New York City, where the brand is presenting its latest innovations, also for the upcoming Olympic Games in London. First we present the all new Nike Flyknit, a new running shoe with an innovative upper construction, making the sneaker extremely light. “Nike Flyknit revolutionizes running by rethinking shoe construction from the ground up Informed by athlete insights and employing a new proprietary technology. Yarns and fabric variations are precisely engineered only where they are needed for a featherweight, formfitting and virtually seamless upper. With all the structure and support knitted in, the Nike Flyknit Racer’s upper and tongue weigh just 34 grams (1.2 ounces). The whole shoe weighs a mere 160g (5.6 ounces) for a size 9, 19% lighter than the Nike Zoom Streak 3, a shoe worn by first, second and third place athletes in the men’s marathon at the 2011 World Championships. Nike Flyknit upper is also engineered for precision fit, creating a feeling of a second skin. NIKE has created an everyday running shoe, the Nike Flyknit Trainer+, which at 220 grams or 7.7 ounces, will bring the weight and fit benefits of Nike Flyknit to runners of all levels.” Those are some impressive specs and we cannot wait to try it out. Check out the video of the new Flyknit technology here below. More pictures of the shoe follow after the jump. Related posts: » Nike HTM Flyknit Collection – HTM Racer, HTM Trainer+ » Nike Lunarglide+4 » Nike Lunar Racer Vengeance » Nike Pre Montreal Racer QS – UK Exclusive » Nike Summer 2009 Waffle Racer Vintage