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Nike's innovative Flyknit technology was originally inspired by runners who craved a snugger sock-like fit. Over a process that took four years to complete, Nike created their ultra-lightweight Flyknit upper, which features a form-fitting structure and virtually seamless construction. Designed with Flywire cables, which integrate with the lace-up fastening to create a supportive and adaptive fit, these Flyknit sneakers benefit from Nike's Zoom Air in the heel and forefoot, a rubber waffle outsole and a signature swoosh logo to each outer wall. This item is unisex. Although pre-owned, this item has never been worn and is in pristine condition. Each Item has been through rigorous authentication processes to confirm condition and ensure provenance.
Designer colour: GREY/001
Designer Style ID: AH8396001
Farfetch ID: 12367888
- Lining Composition
- Polyester 100%
- Sole Composition
- Rubber 100%
- Outer Composition
- Polyester 100%
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Import duties information
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One of the world’s great sportswear brands, Nike produces tens of thousands of pairs of sports shoes each year. Conceived in 1962 by Bill Bowerman and Philip Knight, the actual name Nike followed in 1978. The brand’s trademark ‘tick’ or ‘swoosh’ is now instantly recognisable the world over. The label constantly innovates on new designs and reissues its classic ones - in doing so, Nike has developed a cult following.