The Nike Free Flyknit 4.0 debuted earlier this year with overwhelming praise and has become one of the most popular running shoes of the year. Nike is continuing to grow their fleet by giving the first look at the Nike Free Flyknit 4.0 "Multicolor 2".

Like many previous shoes powered by the lightweight Flyknit construction, Nike is debuting yet another multicolor scheme for the Free Flyknit 4.0. The original multicolor 4.0 was based in blue with a mix of Bright Crimson, Volt, Black, and White throughout the knitted upper. Nike is turning heel for this colorway basing it in red with yellow and orange mixed in and placed atop a white Free outsole. It's no surprise Nike decided to bring out another multicolor look considering the success of it's predecessor, and we can only hope the Swoosh utilizes this scheme across other models.

No official release date it set but the Free Flyknit 4.0 "Multicolor 2" should hit shelves sometime this summer.


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