Similar to previous ISPA releases, the sole unit serves as a key point of interest with tonal linework resting on its exaggerated size. The Flyknit constructed upper also stands out with different thickness levels, colors and shapes utilized throughout. Small Swooshes land on the toe of the sole and collar while the ISPA logo hits the medial strap. “Light Bone” and “Enigma Stone” are the first two colorways to surface on the ISPA Sense Flyknit. The former combines off-white shades with various light grays while hits of black accent the look at the outsole, upper and branding. The latter provides a colorful approach with neon green on the upper, a gum midsole, dark gray speckled outsole and “Enigma Stone” shades on the Flyknit upper.
The Swoosh has yet to share any release details regarding the Nike ISPA Sense Flyknit. While we await an official announcement, take a first look at the model above and keep an eye out for it to hit shelves soon via Nike and select retailers.
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