In a major departure from the Lunarlon and Free cushioning systems that have previously been coupled with the weight- and waste-saving technology, Nike has crafted an Air Max shoe with a Flyknit upper – appropriately dubbed the Nike Flyknit Air Max. Essentially a Flyknit take on the newly unveiled Air Max 2014, the kicks adopt the same 360 Max Air unit and flex groove waffle outsole but make use of a Flyknit upper instead of the 2014′s Engineered Mesh/foam combo. Pictured here with a look reminiscent of that of the FuelBand, Nike’s Flyknit Air Max is set to make its debut on January 3, 2014.
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