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Nike releases the nike free flyknit 4.0 “Hyper Turq,” featuring a brand new colorway for this Flyknit silhouette. The model’s Hyper Turquoise/Black-Persian Violet colorway presents a light aqua knitted upper mottled with blues and greens throughout, additionally complemented by aqua laces and a midsole stripe, as well as a white midsole and black Swoosh logo.
New on NIKEiD is a “GYAKUSOU Camo” option that can be applied to the nike free 4.0 Hybrid. The Jun Takahashi-designed Nike offshoot label mixes Takahashi’s sense of individualism and style with Nike’s innovation in sportswear, for a truly sartorial take on perennial sport staples. The camouflage graphic options include a variety of colorways to complement your personalized runners, set upon the Free 4.0 Hybrid that boasts a flexible outsole and natural stride. The mesh upper is breathable and lightweight, now perfectly stylish as well.
Despite being a new model arriving in a year of celebration for the Nike Free category, the nike free 5.0 has been just a little bit quiet as of late. Then again, the model is much more of a performance one than most of the pairs that you see in these pages, so they’re not so prone to the special edition releases. Shown here is an upcoming pair that wears atomic mango and turbo green, with the latter equipping the full length of the Free treatment on bottom.
That is indeed the nike free flyknit 3.0. And while the Nike Free kit along the bottom remains the same, you’ll notice that the Flyknit build of the upper is completely reworked. The origins are sort of murky at this point, and it’s unclear whether this was originally conceived as an alternate build for this Flyknit running model or is a sample of what’s to come in the future.