The newly-introduced Nike Free 4.0 Flyknit has been rendered in a variety of vibrant colorways as of late, while more monochromatic finishes are now unveiled to complement the Spring/Summer 2015 offerings.
Composed of a strong, lightweight Flyknit woven upper that provides a contoured fit, the silhouette’s distinct flywire system delivers added support and an adaptive build overall. Blended in a classic Greyscale palette with Platinum/White/Cool Grey and Black intertwining across its entirety, the runner is offset by a bold Black Swoosh adorning its side panels.
Rounded out by a crisp, White Free 4.0 sole unit equipped with hexagonal flex grooves on the outsole to deliver flexibility and enhance natural range of motion, this colorway of the Free 4.0 Flyknit is currently available at Nike retailers for $120.
Although I’m a fan of the colorway, I really don’t like the Free 4.0 Flyknit. The toe’s upward shape isn’t appealing honestly, but in terms of functionality, it’s great for running.
It’s a solid pair nonetheless, so go ahead and purchase if interested.