Nike Air Force 1 Flyknit 2.0 Navy AV3042-400

Release Date:  Wed 01 May 2019   8:00 AM GMT

£ 85

Style Code: AV3042-400

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Nike Air Force 1 Flyknit 2.0 Navy is here to inject your sneaker rotation for the summer season and is...Read More

Nike Air Force 1 Flyknit 2.0 Navy is here to inject your sneaker rotation for the summer season and is very intuitive with the classic silhouette yet understated style to knock people off! Nothing short of a revelation when the Nike Air Force 1 Flyknit was released in late spring 2016. It was an updated look of the Bruce Killgore’s unique design that had this fantastic brand new knit upper and boasted an overall weight that was way less than more of the leather-equipped predecessors. Three years later as a new Air Force 1 Flyknit 2.0 is coming back for the vernal season which is set to go live next month! Here is what you need to know about these classics coming again below.

By none other than LeBron James a “Caramel Chocolate Sundae” and a “Paisley”, with familiar “Orea” combo of grey, white and black then there is the sporty “College Navy” with a very clean “Pure Platinum” are the three colourways that this present/past blending Nike shoes will be returning. Almost entirely of the stretchy knit material, the upper is constructed for each of the pair. Arriving on the midfoot Swoosh minimal deviations can be seen. On the heel tab and the eye stays each of which has opted for the traditional nubuck. Similar to the 2016’s design this year’s returning shoe design is very reminiscing to them, but there is one very noticeable change in the 2.0 which discards the Flywire lace loops which were used by its predecessor. Rather they opted with standard eyelets instead keep things traditional. Thanks to it’s “Ultra” construction the midsole features a modern makeover. The shoe also features a debossed iteration of the AF1’s embossed “Air” branding. For more, please give us a follow @FastSoleUK

Nike Air Force 1 Flyknit 2.0 Navy will be available on May 1st via listed UK and European retailers.

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