Nike Roshe Run Flyknit: Lightweight fit

Nike has exploited the full potential of the Roshe Run with the addition of different technologies. After including innovations such as the Natural Motion sole or the Hyperfuse technology, it’s time for their Flyknit textile.


Nike introduced Flyknit technology in 2012, after years of investigation and feedback from professional runners. What they were demanding from Nike was a sneaker with all the adaptability and comfort of a sock, but with all the durability and support that a runner needs. What Nike created was a light and adaptable textile, which allows them to manufacture seamless uppers that are comfortable completely fit the foot.

This is how Nike introduced Flyknit technology:

The first Nike models to feature this new textile were sneakers designed especially for running, but now they also add it to their more casual lines like the Nike Roshe Run. This minimalistic model, inspired by Zen philosophy, perfectly matches the Flyknit concept: comfort, simplicity and style.


The Roshe Run Flyknit also feature some other details like the Pylon midsole, which provides great cushioning with outstanding lightweight, or the heel and tongue pull straps.

The two Nike Roshe Run Flyknit models we introduce today came only in women’s sizes, but some more Roshe Run Flyknit models for men will be available soon.


As to the colurways, on the first model Nike combines sober shades: The flyknit textile blends grey and black, with black laces, swoosh and collar, all atop the classic white sole of the Roshe Run.


The second model comes in more spring-like tones: the flyknit upper combines Pink Pow and Total Orange threats, with pink details and the same white sole.

Roshe Run Flyknit Pink Pow Total Orange

Nike Roshe Run Flyknit rosas y naranjas

If you want to try one of the lightest sneakers in the market, you know they are available at our Nike store :).