Nike Free 5.0 Military Blue

  • Revisited and revised, the Nike Flyknit is reintroduced in Military Blue. Leaning toward the naval branch of the Armed Forces, blue's the hue that dominates the upper, while volt accents chime in via the Dynamic Flywire. Refraining from overdoing it, white is worked into the color combination, falling upon the branding and Free outsole. You can pre-order this pair now from END for ㏒89 ($149).

    10 years ago, Nike Free technology hit the ground running. Offering an alternative to the Air Max cushioning that catapulted the category for years, the barefoot approach hit the mainstream with the Free franchise. Celebrating a decade, the Nike Free OG Breeze sees summery styling on the first foray in Free. A mesh upper offers a technical and aesthetic update, appearing in volt, laser crimson and base grey colorways. Set to launch this summer in women's sizes, check out photos of the upcoming Nike Free OG Breeze below by Ho-Pong Tang (SHOOTO) for Lacebag. Stay tuned to Nike Free 5.0 for official launch information.

    Nike Flyknit Racer technology turns 10, and we now have a preview of an upcoming release that takes the cake, the Free Superior OG. Shout out to the Hatfields for this one, as Tinker's younger brother, Tobie, is credited with the design of the suede-laden, now-retro runner. A neutral grey option is paired up with a sport royal counterpart, as each take on equally vibrant tones for the upcoming season. The jury is still out on a release date, so stay tuned to Nike Free Flyknit to find out when these Free Superior OGs are set to land at Nike retailers.