A bold evolution of the Nike Flyknit, the Flyknit Racer Multicolor brings out a vibrant look that’s appealed to sneaker heads all over the world. Read on for all the info on these stylish kicks.
When the original Nike Flyknit was released in 2012, it didn’t take long before alternative variations of the design began popping up, improving on aspects like the flexibility and lightness of the sole, and breathability of the mesh outing. One of the styles to gain popularity with the sneaker heads of the world was the lightweight Flyknit Racer and its various colour combinations. Read on for our quick guide on the vibrant multicoloured variant of this modern design.
Nike Flyknit Racer Multicolor
These colourful Nikes take the best of modern technology and merge it with a comfortable fit, fine breathable flyknit mesh, and a smooth, fluid shape. Aimed to be worn sockless due to its flexible, thinly shaped innersole, the Nike Racer was created with performance in mind, ensuring a comfortable, effective run with minimal impact and maximum support.
Its bold colouring and clean mesh detailing keeps the look fresh, and with an undeniable modern influence, but with classic Nike undertones. With extra padding around the ankle and clean integrated lacing, the wearer is able to keep their feet well supported, and with little risk of straining any ligaments, without the need for heavy weight soles or exterior.
- Breathable flyknit meshing
- Intergrated lacing system
- Lunarlon midsole
- Extra padding around the ankle
With the success of the other Nike Racer colour ways, Nike decided to take a bolder, less solid look with their newest design, taking a collection of three neon colours and perfectly blending them in a vivid, trippy display. Along with their increased support and technological advancement of the soles, the Nike Flyknit Multicolor takes comfort and styles and blends them effortlessly together.
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Like a range of popular Nike designs, there’s a few different variations to choose from, each with their own subtle yet unique changes.
Nike Flyknit Multicolor 2.0
The Nike Flyknit 2.0 decided to go a small step forward with the colouring, going for a bright blue logo on a black background on the tongue and innersole, rather than the white logo on a black background like the 1.0.
The laces also changed, altering from black ribbon laces to black oval laces to give a chunkier look. The main change however was the flyknit mesh colouring, with the 2.0 coming in a blue-ish pink colour way compared to the 1.0 green-ish pink colour way.
Nike Flyknit Multicolor 3.0
The latest Flyknit Racer Multicolor strayed back to the original design, boasting a black logo on a grey tongue and black logo on a white innersole. The laces also went back to basics, featuring the same laces as the 1.0 – black ribbon laces. The mesh flyknit outer however changed to a more vibrant green and pink colour way, offering a more stand out design.
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