Nike Flyknit Sneakers

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Air Zoom Talaria Mid Flyknit
856955-007

Found at
1 Shops

Price from
88,00 €

Available in several sizes
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Vapormax Flyknit 3 College
AJ6900-400

Found at
1 Shops

Price from
108,00 €

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Vapor Untouchable 3 Elite Flyknit
AH7408-102

Found at
1 Shops

Price from
153,00 €

45 44 46
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Epic React Flyknit College Diffused
AQ0067-402

Found at
1 Shops

Price from
77,00 €

Available in several sizes
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Air Vapormax Flyknit 3
AJ6910-601

Found at
2 Shops

Price from
103,00 €

Available in several sizes
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Free Tr Force Flyknit Riccardo Tisci
844461-001

Found at
1 Shops

Price from
197,00 €

44
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Epic React Flyknit 1
AQ0070-601

Found at
1 Shops

Price from
80,00 €

39 42 40

41%

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Flyknit
AH8396-300

Found at
8 Shops

Price from
94,00 €

Available in several sizes

30%

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Air Vapormax Flyknit Midnight Fog
849558-009

Found at
2 Shops

Price from
147,00 €

43 45 42 46 41
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Air Force 1 Flyknit
908670-001

Found at
1 Shops

Price from
896,00 €

42
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Flyknit Racer Gecko
526628-401

Found at
1 Shops

Price from
144,00 €

Available in several sizes
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Lunar Flyknit Chukka
554969-306

Found at
1 Shops

Price from
153,00 €

41 44 45 43
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Flyknit Racer
526628-008

Found at
2 Shops

Price from
170,00 €

Available in several sizes

31%

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Air Vapormax Flyknit 3
AJ6900-002

Found at
24 Shops

Price from
143,00 €

Available in several sizes
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Dunk Flyknit University Wolf
917746-600

Found at
1 Shops

Price from
121,00 €

44 39

31%

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Air Vapormax Flyknit 3
AJ6910-502

Found at
15 Shops

Price from
146,97 €

Available in several sizes

47%

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Joyride Run Flyknit
AQ2730-600

Found at
9 Shops

Price from
86,00 €

Available in several sizes
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Air Vapormax Flyknit 3 China Hoop Dreams
CK0730-188

Found at
1 Shops

Price from
110,00 €

Available in several sizes
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Free Tr 3 Flyknit SP MMW Sail
AQ9201-100

Found at
1 Shops

Price from
462,00 €

Available in several sizes

29%

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Air Vapormax Flyknit 3
AJ6900-101

Found at
4 Shops

Price from
149,99 €

Available in several sizes

44%

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Free RN Flyknit 2018 Oreo
942839-101

Found at
2 Shops

Price from
61,00 €

Available in several sizes
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Lupinek Flyknit
826077-002

Found at
1 Shops

Price from
233,00 €

44
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Free RN Motion Flyknit Color
834584-006

Found at
1 Shops

Price from
172,00 €

44

60%

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Roshe Two Flyknit
844929-001

Found at
4 Shops

Price from
55,96 €

Available in several sizes
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Epic React Flyknit
AQ0070-004

Found at
1 Shops

Price from
117,00 €

36 40
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Air Vapormax Flyknit
849557-100

Found at
1 Shops

Price from
348,00 €

Available in several sizes
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Air Zoom Mariah Flyknit Racer
917658-200

Found at
1 Shops

Price from
168,00 €

40
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Free Tr Force Flyknit
844461-910

Found at
1 Shops

Price from
305,00 €

42 46 43
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Flyknit Max
620469-012

Found at
1 Shops

Price from
358,00 €

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Air Force 1 Ultra Flyknit
817419-001

Found at
1 Shops

Price from
166,00 €

40 45
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Flyknit Racer
526628-304

Found at
2 Shops

Price from
153,00 €

Available in several sizes
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Lunar Flyknit Chukka
554969-407

Found at
1 Shops

Price from
112,00 €

Available in several sizes

Nike Flyknit - revolutionary technology improves performance and sustainability

Nike Flyknit was to become a revolutionary technology, but the original idea was centuries old. Because knitting is the basis of this new material. During development, Nike's shoe designers had two goals in mind: improving athlete performance and reducing production scrap in sports shoe manufacturing. The sustainability idea was just as important as the performance improvement of the sneaker. Both projects were successful because Flyknit has made it possible to reduce scrap by 80% compared to traditional Nike shoes. At the same time, the new knitted material improves performance in the sports sector. Last but not least, it is the design of the material that inspires sneaker lovers.

A running shoe that feels like a sock

The development of Flyknit began with the idea of creating a running shoe that felt like a sock. It should firmly enclose the foot, but not restrict its natural movement. Nevertheless, the material should be hard-wearing and durable. This has been made possible by an ancient human achievement, the production of fabrics by knitting.

There have been similar attempts several times in Nike's development history, but Flyknit brings this idea to perfection.

As early as the 1980s, Nike began manufacturing ultra-light, adaptable mesh materials. Nike produced a shoe called Sock Racer from a cuddly mesh material. But this shoe had the problem that the material was not robust and durable enough.

In 2008, Nike approached the idea of optimally fitting the upper to the foot with the patented Nike Flywire technology. This technology is now used in many Nike running shoes; it is a weave of ribbons that allows the lacing to fit the foot perfectly.

The Nike designers worked on the development of the Flyknit upper material for a long time. A whole team of designers, engineers and programmers dedicated themselves to this task. The idea of knitting the shoe had been around for quite some time. For the prototype, a knitting machine for sweaters and socks was first reworked.

The new material was launched on the market in 2012 and the result has convinced professionals and recreational athletes to this day. The upper shoe feels as comfortable and flexible as a sock, but at the same time gives the foot the best possible support and strength. The knitting material is not the same everywhere, because of different densities the best possible performance for the runner is achieved. The amount of waste could actually be reduced by up to 80%, and the goal of producing more sustainable shoes was also achieved with Nike Flyknit.

Sneaker with Nike Flyknit Technology

One of the first Flyknit sneakers was the Nike Lunar Flyknit Trainer HTM, which was released in February 2012. Almost simultaneously, Nike launched the Nike Flyknit Racer. Only a few months later, in July 2012, the Nike Flyknit Trainer and the Nike Lunar Flyknit HTM NRG appeared. With the Nike Free Flyknit in August 2013, Nike made the breakthrough. The combination of the flexible Free sole and the Flyknit upper material was simply perfect. With this shoe, it really felt like walking barefoot. In addition to the Nike Flyknit Air Max in 2014, numerous Nike shoe models with Flyknit have been released so far. The material is still present in Nike's collections today and its popularity continues unabated.

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