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Nike Flyknit Air Max: So Light You Might Float Away

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I’ve been waiting for this for about a year, and finally, Nike has announced the release of a sneaker that will combine Flyknit technology with a full Air Max cushioning. Now this will be one comfortable sneaker.

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If you’re a runner and you like to have lots of support, or if you just like to feel the “bouncy” response of a full-sized air cushion, then you’ve probably gotten to know the Nike Air Max. Recently, Nike has worked on integrating Flyknit technology with its Lunarlon soles to create the Flyknit Air Max. Finally, they’ve combined my two favorite Nike technologies into one sneaker.

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The Flyknit upper uses a single thread to weave a very lightweight shell.

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This will be a very lightweight sneaker and it will be launched January 3, 2014. Pricing has yet to be announced.

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