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Nike's Flyknit 360 sneakers fit like 3D-printed socks

Weaving specific yarns into complex 3D patterns give Nike's Flyknit 360 shoes a secure fit.

Nike Flyknit 360

Nike Flyknit 360

Mercurial Vapor 360, Mercurial Superfly 360, Free RN Motion 360, and Kobe NXT 360


Sneaker seams are hard on feet, especially when you’re an athlete. Overlapping material creates ridges that rub your skin over time, and the rounded edges of your feet cram into the squared corners of a show where

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