It may be hard to believe, but the impressive NIKE FLYKNIT TECHNOLOGY is already celebrating its fourth anniversary.
Four years after NIKE FLYKNIT was unveiled to the world, the groundbreaking technology continues to redefine performance-engineered footwear. FLYKNIT unlocks new possibilities for NIKE designers to micro-engineer every stitch of an upper and tune it to meet the exact specifications of athletes. FLYKNIT also breaks the mould of sustainable performance, not only shaving ounces off each shoe upper, but saving millions of pounds of waste from ever reaching landfills. The infographic below provides a history of the technology, from the introduction of the FLYKNIT Racer in 2012, all the way through to the latest model to sport the tech – the Golf Chukka. It also provides statistics to give you a better insight into the technology’s green attributes, something that is becoming more and more important as the years go on.
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