Nike Readies Air Max Flyknit Racer in Neon Orange

A bold take on the Pre-Day and Flyknit Racer hybrid.

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Following its debut earlier this year in an “Oreo” colorway, the Nike Air Max Flyknit has surfaced in several other classic hues including “Multi-Color” and “White/Black.” The latest iteration offers a more generous splash of color, arriving in eye-catching bright orange tones.

Inspired by the best of both worlds, the Nike Air Max Flyknit lends from the breathable knitted uppers of the Flyknit Racer and bouncy Air Unit midsoles from the Air-Max Pre-Day. Matte leather overlays are used across the eye stays and heel counter while a reflective pull tab is secured on the heel. Nike Flyknit logos are pasted on the knitted tongue and Move to Zero Pinwheel logos on the insoles suggest the use of sustainable materials. Rounding out the look are split midsoles and Nike Grind outsoles.

Take a closer look at the latest Nike Air Max Flyknit Racer above and look for the pairs to release in the coming weeks via Nike and select retailers for $160 USD.

Elsewhere in footwear, take a first look at the Nike Dunk Low “Yellow Heart.”

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