First introduced in its original Flyknit Trainer a year ago, Nike’s revolutionary knitted upper is what’s keeping the Swoosh a relevant player in the running game. So on the heels of rolling out the latest edition of the latest knitted running sneaker, the Flyknit Lunar1+, Nike has also customized a pair of Nike Zoom Victory track spikes (similar to the ones worn by American Dathan Ritzenheim at the 2012 London Olympics) with its knitted technology for US didstance runner Matthew Centrowitz.

Combining the Zoom Victory spike plate with the Flyknit upper will give Centrowitz, not only the best looking spikes on the track, but he should also have an advantage in the performance department as well when he takes on the competition today in New York.

What Nike shoe do you think will be the next to get a Flyknit upper?


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