NikeLab released its latest collaboration with Givenchy designer Riccardo Tisci last week with two monochromatic colorways of the Free Train Force Flyknit sneaker. Those styles have since sold out, but the sneaker has been released in a brand new “Multi-Color” version.
This training sneaker uses the popular “Multi-Color” rainbow knit seen on other Nike sneakers such as the Flyknit Racer and Flyknit Trainer, but there’s one key detail that sets this Riccardo Tisci collaboration apart.
While many “Multi-Color” Flyknit shoes make use of the kaleidoscopic knit throughout the entirety of their uppers, this Riccardo Tisci x Free Train Force Flyknit features a contrasting white stripe down the center.
The Flyknit upper is supported by Flywire and delivers a socklike fit, and the sneaker is finished off with a Free outsole for flexibility.
Like the previous Riccardo Tisci x Free Train Force Flyknit colorways, these are selling out rather quickly, so you’ll need to act fast if you want to purchase a pair.
The Riccardo Tisci x Free Train Force Flyknit “Multi-Color” is available from nike.com for $150.