A special look at the best Nike Flyknit Trainer Colorways available
Looking to buy the Nike Flyknit Trainer? Here you will find the best Nike Flyknit Trainer colorways currently available.
Since the model’s comeback, there have been some awesome releases and we know about all of them. We keep up to date with all the new versions and colors, the best prices and also the right sneaker boutiques and websites to shop at.
The Best Nike Flyknit Trainer Colorways Available Now:
Nike Flyknit Trainer Olive/Brown/Sail
A clean combination of Light brown and Olive are the main features of this new Flyknit Trainer. It all gets combined with a vibrant red sole and black detailing appearing on the swoosh and midsole.
Nike Flyknit Trainer Black/Anthracite
It is for sure one of the most coveted versions: the Nike Flyknit Trainer Black/Anthracite. Even if with the anthracite color detailing, the truth is that ‘Triple Black’ vibe is all there.
Nike Flyknit Trainer Atmosphere Grey
Clean and super low key, at first sight, the Nike Flyknit Trainer Atmosphere Grey is far from being just another colorway. The truth is that bright and bold blue outsole offers the perfect contrast to the grey upper.
Nike Flyknit Trainer White/Gum
This Triple White and Gum sole version of the Nike Flyknit Trainer is one of the latest to be released. This is the kind of Nike shoe that will never go unnoticed. Flyknit upper, Zoom Air unit, Gum outsole and a pristine white upper.
Nike Flyknit Trainer “Medium Olive”
Why should we not start with a banger? Well, this Nike Flyknit Trainer Olive iteration is our favorite, perfectly matching the current season. This particular version is delivered with tonal laces and displays a black swoosh on the upper.
The silhouette sits on top of a white midsole with black details.
Nike Flyknit Trainer “Cirrus Blue”
If you rather prefer a lay-low pair, the Cirrus Blue should be your go-to option. The shoe is delivered with a light blue upper with soft black details around the midfoot and toebox. The swoosh is also black, matching its pull-tab as well as its liner and midsole details.
Nike Flyknit Trainer “Night Purple”
Even in fashion, as a whole, the color purple appears to be seen more and more, so why not match your favorite outfit with these? Also delivered with tonal purple laces and displaying a black swoosh on the upper, its contrasting white midsole just makes them pop even more.
Nike Flyknit Trainer “Sunset Tin”
If we started with a banger, we shall continue with one as well. Just by looking at the “Sunset Tin”, we get a feeling of calmness and tranquility. Its pink-ish upper mixed with delicate black details just makes this pair a great one. Furthermore, they are also on sale!
Nike Flyknit Trainer “Bright Citron”
On the other hand, if you like to break some neck with some dominant and vigorous colorways, the “Bright Citron” version of the Flyknit Trainer is for you. Like all the other models, this silhouette is built using Flywire cables for on-feet support. Moreover, apart from all the standard features, it is also delivered with yellow details across the midsole.
Flyknit Trainers: Runners Made of Style
Ever since it was first released, the Flyknit Trainer is well-known for some of its awesome colorways. Clean combinations of white, yellow and pink are some of the most iconic. The last few months have really been amazing for the fans of the silhouette. Considering that, this list of the best Nike Flyknit Trainer colors is only obvious.
The fact is that there have been some new and great color combinations released. We all know that Nike has always been at the forefront of innovation. And that is happening in all types of sports as well as current lifestyle silhouettes.
Is lifestyle the new running? What we mean is that even if (in the past) the Nike Air Max 1 was originally developed for running, nowadays, we don’t see anyone actually running with them on feet (?). The so-called sneaker world is always shifting. In fact, Flyknit technology has not been around for that long.
Five years only, to be precise (almost turning six). However, it has left a big footprint when it comes to footwear. What we know as “knit” is actually made from recycled plastic. IT revolutionized athletic footwear by striping weight down and increasing breathability. After all, those are ingredients that athletes and modern-day commuters take into consideration.
Nike Flyknit Trainer: the very first Flyknit
In 2012, one of the first models to feature such technology was the Flyknit Trainer (together with the Nike Flyknit Racer). With the London Olympics right around the corner, there was only one possible outcome: success. From the point where most colorways and variations started to sell out and of course, Mr. Kanye West was spotted wearing the OG version.
A lot of hype was then and of course, built around the silhouette. Plus, collaborations have also been released, such as the HTMs iterations. Even though it has been re-released not that long ago, including new colorways (beyond the classic white), it got to a point where the silhouette has been produced for the masses, in a good way of course.
Hence, Nike decided to apply its knit to other silhouettes further down the line, for example from Chuck Taylors to on-court basketball shoes such as the Kobe AD, from recent Air Jordan 1 models to the Vapormax, one of Nike‘s latest rewarding bets.
The Flyknit Trainer was just more than a general release:
Back then, as there were not many available pairs and colorways, the Trainer started to grow within the sneaker community. Consequently, resellers started to notice that it would be pretty easy to flip them and earn a quick buck.
We all still remember browsing the web and the first ever Flyknit Trainer to release (and also the first Nike Flyknit Racer Multicolor, for all that matters) was sold for crazy amounts of money. Resell prices were around 400€.
Nevertheless, and going back to the Flyknit-material topic, we truly believe that such development may be considered the most environmentally friendly move by Nike. Yet, cutting down product waste by around 60% by micro-engineering every visible and non-visible stitch.
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