[ Nike ] is releasing a limited-edition City Collection to celebrate the launch of the Nike Free Flyknit, a new running silhouette that marries two Nike landmark innovations: an ultra-lightweight Flyknit upper and a flexible Nike Free outsole. Featuring a new-generation Nike Flyknit that adds more elasticity and 360-degree lockdown, the shoe’s unique build includes a bootie-constructed heel that offers a snug fit around the ankle to eliminate slippage, all riding on a Nike Free articulated outsole allowing the foot to flex and stretch.
above > tokyo
above > shanghai
above > london
above > rio
above > paris | seen in milan
The Nike Free Flyknit City Collection features colorways and custom lace jewels that pay tribute to key running cities that are home to Nike Running Crews: London, Tokyo and Paris (available in their respective cities starting July 20th), Shanghai (July 28th), NYC (August 9th) and Rio de Janeiro (September 5th).
Select Release Dates:
July 20th, 2013 (Saturday) – London, Tokyo and Paris
July 28th, 2013 (Sunday) – Shanghai
August 9th, 2013 (Friday) – New York City
September 5th, 2013 (Thursday) – Rio de Janeiro
Just in and not confirmed. Today in Milan (below) at Stadium Milano five shoes were presented from the following cities: NYC, London, Tokyo, Paris and Shanghai. The (above) info from Nike’s blog though the Nike’s title says five cites and six are listed. Confused, like the concept, and you heard it here first.
image courtesy of highsnobiety
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