The future is now! With the Nike ISPA Flow 2020 Black, Nike is launching another colourway of the new model. In this article you will find out where the design was inspired and what functional aspects the sneaker has.
Since launching in November 2018, Nike ISPA has continuously evolved sportswear under the company's philosophy of improvise, recycle, protect and adapt.
The label's latest innovation is the ISPA Flow 2020: an airy silhouette made of lightweight textile material that ensures a sock-like feel and incredible comfort.
The woven upper is particularly breathable, while the unique lacing system allows for a customized fit. The foam midsole offers adaptive support and the transparent rubber outsole is a high-quality detail that provides traction and durability.
When can I buy the Nike ISPA Flow 2020 Black?
The Nike ISPA Flow has just been confirmed and will be available on August 31, 2021 in the online stores listed here. The release starts at 9:00 a.m. and until then we have a helpful tip for you:
Save this release in our free Dead Stock app as a favorite via the flame, so you always have an overview of the shoe. In order not to miss the release date under any circumstances, you can set your own notification via the bell and will be reminded in good time before the drop.
Where can I buy the Nike ISPA Flow 2020 Black?
If you want to buy the ISPA Flow sneaker in the black colourway, then you should definitely keep our overview open shortly before the release. So far it looks like it will be a very limited release.
The shoe is currently only listed in the Nike SNKRS app . We assume that the shoe will only be available from Nike and not from the usual retailers such as Solebox .
So if you really want to buy this innovative model, just click through our release overview. Otherwise, feel free to check out our other channels so you don’t miss any information from the sneaker world. You should also check out our aforementioned free Dead Stock app if you haven't already considered it.
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