Following the reveal of Nike’s Zoom VaporFly Elite Flyprint, we know share a closer look at the marathon-ready model. Its 3D-printed textile upper eliminates 11g of excess weight and marks the first time 3D-printing has been used on one of Nike’s performance models. Fans of the sneaker can expect it to debut on the feet of Eliud Kipchoge at the London Marathon on April 22 in addition to them being on the Nike App.
Take a look at the intricate details in the shots above and let us know if you hope to land these. You can also take a look at Nike’s latest “It’s Gotta Be the Shoes” spots as well.