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Nike Flyknit Lunar1+ Set to Release Early February

By now, you’re probably well acquainted with Nike’s innovative (and imitated) Flyknit technology, the seamless knitted upper which debuted early last year. The lightweight construction allows for sock-like breathability and fit, and now it’s getting a cushioning upgrade in the form of Lunarlon.

If you thought it was impossible to improve last year’s Runner and Trainer models, prepare to be thrilled by the Flyknit Lunar1+. Utilizing Nike’s tried and tested Lunar cushioning, the responsive foam offers a neutral platform for a variety of runners. For further support, extra Flywire strands have been added to the upper which will also provide an improved fit.

The bright-toned runners pictured above will be available from Nike and other retailers at the beginning of February.


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  • Mihai

    Imitated? Do your research before posting such comments. The technique is not new, on the contrary it is very old. If Nike has patented it first, it doesn’t mean that they also have invented it.