Nike‘s ISPA division, which stands for “Improvise. Scavenge. Protect. Adapt.” is known for its ambitious silhouettes built for city-dwellers. One of their most striking silhouettes to touch the pavement is the Nike ISPA Sense Flyknit unveiled in August earlier this year.
Debuting first in a tonal bone colorway, the pairs have now surfaced in black with bright neon green hits as the fourth iteration of the silhouette. Uppers arrive in a mix of different woven shapes and thickness levels with looser neon green strands stretching across the laterals and closer-knit padding wrapping around the raised collars. Rope laces extend across the tongue and nylon pull tabs secure the medials and heels. Rounding out the look are thick midsoles displaying clay work-like brush patterns and outsole grips finished in concrete-esque speckled gray.
Take a closer look at the new ISPA Sense Flyknit and stay tuned for additional updates.
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