Posted 21 December 2023

Nike Air Max Flyknit Racer Men's Shoes

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Mens, most sizes available

Paying homage to both heritage and innovation, we've blended 2 icons (old and new) to go beyond what's expected in the Nike Air Max Flyknit Racer. Incredibly light and airy Flyknit is paired with oh-so-comfy Air Max cushioning. Lace up and let your feet do the talking.

Retro Super Power

Inspired by the 2012 FK Racer, the featherweight, form-fitting Flyknit upper is as revolutionary as it is good looking. Plus, the nearly seamless design adds a sporty edge.

Best Made Better

The modernised look of the Pre-Day tooling fits perfectly with this mash-up of heritage meets innovation. With its chiselled heel and expressive window around the Air Max cushioning (originally designed for performance running), it delivers a fresh take on tried-and-tested comfort.

More Benefits

  • Soft synthetic suede detailing adds a classic touch.
  • Collar sculpts the ankle for an athletics-inspired look.
  • Foam midsole delivers springy cushioning.
  • Colour Shown: Black/White
  • Style: DJ6106-001

Nike Air Max Origins

Revolutionary Air technology first made its way into Nike footwear in 1978. In 1987, the Air Max 1 debuted with visible Air technology in its heel, allowing fans more than just the feel of Air cushioning—suddenly they could see it. Since then, next-generation Air Max shoes have become a hit with athletes and collectors by offering striking colour combinations and reliable, lightweight cushioning.
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  1. Starkiwi26's avatar
    I bought this on the black Friday last year, probably can share my review for 2cents worth
    It was a Nike, as usual good and comfortable
    the flyknit on this pair is at the high side compared to the typical Nike flyknit - the gap is big, you can see your socks
    it uses high percentage of recycled materials, I am glad to save the earth and use recycled materials but overall this pair gave me a feel of less premium compared to a typical Nike
    Dont get me wrong, it is a comfortable pair of trainers and I am wearing it now
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  3. fiffio101's avatar
    Seems a reasonable price, do we not think Nike has a 20% code coming? Or am I being too optimistic in this time of ever increasing prices?

    These and other trainers usually hit the £60-£65 mark by this time of year, the air presto’s I usually get are over £80 in the ‘sale’. Got presto’s for £60 last Jan, disappointing.
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