Nike has always led the market for creativity in its designs. Flyknit shoelace technology is a prime example.
Nike is the market leader in sportswear. This is thanks to Nike possessing a series of state-of-the-art sports technologies such as Dri-fit technology in clothing production, Air Max air cushioning technology. However, when it comes to Nike shoes, we can't help but mention Flyknit body technology.
Introducing Nike Flyknit technology
Flyknit technology when introduced in 2012 (photo: sivasdescalzo.com)
Flyknit is the result of years of research in Nike's innovation kitchen. This technology was officially introduced in 2012 at the London Olympics.
Flyknit owns impressive specs. The entire shoe body is woven from flyknit yarn weighs only 34 grams, when combined with the sole, the total weight of the Flyknit Racer shoes is only 160 grams.
This means that athletes will wear shoes that are only half or two-third lighter than they used to be.
The essence of the Flynknit technology is the most resilient, monolithic elastomeric fabrics with the latest in digital weaving technology. There are no seams or seams on a sole.
As a result, Flyknit is not only light, but also very hugging and can be suitable for all sports such as soccer, jogging, basketball ... etc.
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