NikeLab Brings Back the Zoom Fly SP in White & Black

Some neutral tones for NikeLab’s premier runner.

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Following the debut of a “Triple White” colorway earlier this month, NikeLab is doubling down on the Zoom Fly SP model with the unveiling of a black and white colorway. Much like the previous iteration, the sneaker’s mostly white body is woven together using a carbon-enforced nylon material. This allows for a flexible feel all while remaining breathable and providing structure and stability for your foot. The lightweight upper is set up with a Lunarlon foam midsole for extra comfort and a white rubber outsole with black details featured along the side.

You can grab a pair of the white and black Zoom Fly SP from NikeLab END. on September 18 for $160 USD. Keep it locked here for all of the latest Nike footwear news.

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