Nike Lupinek Flyknit Low History
Nike is ubiquitously known to innovate sneaker tech since its debut in the 70s. From the wedge foam of Cortez's to Jordans' encapsulated Air-Sole unit, there is indeed much to offer. Their ever-expanding archive of sophisticated material improvements continues as the years pass evidently with their Nike Flyknit uppers. Lightweight and cost-efficient, the Flyknit was one of the first bold moves to integrate intertwined fibers into casual and sports apparel.
First seen in the Nike Flyknit Racer, the ground-shattering knitted material carries a message of ecological awareness in a silhouette that conforms well to the shape of the foot. It was unveiled in 2012 and since then had been utilized in numerous footwear genres including running, soccer, basketball, training, and lifestyle shoes.
One of the pressing iterations that had born the contemporary Flyknit fabric was included in the All Conditions Gear category of the Nike franchise. Introduced in 2015, the NikeLab ACG Lupinek Flyknit SFB is a fresh new take on the traditional Special Field Boot outdoor gear that is designed to withstand harsh elements. Infusing Flyknit makes the heavy-duty sneaker more lightweight and even enhances its breathability features.
In 2017, the high top SFB Lupinek inspired a new low top model to increase upper mobility and honestly, to be sported more casually not only for the winter season but to the great outdoors. The Nike Lupinek Flyknit Low showcases a Nike Free-mimicked SFB outsole with Flywire supports for ample snug above the foot. The January release of these bad boys features two colorways mainly the Dark Grey and Sail.