Nike Brings Back the Flyknit Racer "Fire and Ice"

Inspired by the elements needed to recover post-run.

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While the past few days leading up to March 26 put a spotlight on the Air Max, that didn’t stop Nike from re-dropping a memorable colorway for its sock-like Flyknit Racer. First known as the “Neo Turquoise” release from Winter 2013, the “Fire and Ice” rendition features a mostly tonal blue upper, enmeshed with bright orange accents along the side and the Swoosh. Nike’s signature one-piece knit upper combines breathability with lightweight support, coupled with dynamic Flywire making the fit easily adjustable and snug around your foot. The shoe sits atop a Phylon midsole and waffle-like rubber outsole for durability and traction, all while weighing a mere 5.6 ounces. The Nike Flyknit Racer “Fire and Ice” is available now at Nike.

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