Nike Zoom Soldier IV No Logo Wear Test Sample Featuring Flywire »

Jan 15, 2010 at 3:52 pm | shoeszoom-soldier-iv

When you read the product description of the Zoom Soldier IV, click here, seems like the only place utilizing the Flywire material is the midfoot strap. It’s coherent with what we’ve seen so far, based on the example of Team Bank colorways, for example here. However, these new photos presenting a Wear Test sample of the ZSIV have just hit the net. As you can see below, apart from the no logo policy applied to the shoes, they are different because the upper panel is also made of Flywire… similar to the construction of the Max LeBron VII. The production version will most likely feature a combination of Synthetic and Full-Grain leathers, but maybe we will see a Flywire version too? Just like there are regular and NFW VII’s. Btw…it’s weird to see them without any logos, isn’t it?

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